Designed by Convic Skateparks and constructed by Precision Parks, the Cobram Skatepark has made Cobram a skateboarding destination with its dope snake-run style bowl in Federation Park. The concrete skate bowls have hips, humps, and a spine, along with other shapes we wouldn’t know what to name.

There is also a small street section off one side with a rail, hump, spine and quarter. The obstacles are mellow and build well, although the sloping angle makes it too fast to roll down the hill and too steep to pump back.

A super fun skatepark with plenty of lines to find.

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COBRAM SKATEPARK WEATHER
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Transition
Street Park
Rails & Street Obsticles
Open Flow Park
Freshcrete
Transitions and Banks
Street Skate Features
Street Park
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