In the middle of South Australia is a rad little town called Coober Pedy that boasts an epic little skatepark. The town is rural, and the skatepark would apprentice a broom if you came. All this was to skate. With all honesty, Coober Pedy Skatepark is not a destination location; however, if you are cruising past, it is worth the roll. 

The concrete skatepark has an aggressive mini ramp, large banks, quarters and a few street features. Not a bad park by any means, and any skater would be froffing to have something like this to call their local skatepark. 

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