Designed and built by Concrete Skateparks, Dicky Beach Skatepark in Queensland’s Sunny Coast is an old rough concrete skatepark with a few street features along with a bowl and mini ramp. Although the skatepark is showing its age with course concrete far from being fast, you can still find sections worth the skate. The actual design of the skateboard park is relatively contemporary, and it is hard to determine what is new and what has been added to over the years. Located next to the beach, Dicky Beach Skatepark is worth a roll. However, there are so many other awesome parks in the area that we would be surprised if you decide to skate it for very long.

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