Craigieburn Bowl or otherwise referred to as Craigieburn Skatepark is another vintage skatepark in Melbourne’s northern suburbs with rough concrete. The skatepark features a double bowl with the option of tackling the spine or the less intimidating hump. The concrete skate bowl also comes fully equipped with traditional steel coping, which might surprise some, considering the age of the skatepark. There is a small extension with a hand full of street features that makes up something of a street section. The street section of the park has a single quarter, a couple of banks and ledges along with two steps that kinda make set of stairs.
We really hope we haven’t offended anyone with the two star rating. If this is has been your local you have been luckier than most and should be excited to learn that the reason behind the harsh score is just because the broader area has been bombarded with heaps of new and improved skateparks.
The famous Mt Beauty Skatepark can be found at the bottom of Falls Creek and Mt Hotham in the middle of town. The reasonably sized concrete skatepark has been updated over the years to what we now know of it. The original older section of the skatepark remains...
There is a new skatepark in Mulgrave. The Mulgrave Skatepark is fast, open and full of heaps of rad features.
Geelong welcomes another new skatepark in Corio. The skatepark consists of a large open bowl with heaps of different sections, hips, bumps, spines, and much more. Super mellow park with heaps of features and obstacles.