Dunalley Skatepark can be found off Arthur Hwy, Dunalley on Tasmania’s beautiful east coast. The skatepark is undisputedly Tasmania’s smoothest park with fresh concrete that is comparable to a baby’s bum. The relatively small skatepark comprises of a handful of mellow street obstacles and features an epic mini ramp with traditional steel coping. Street obstacles include rails, banks, ledges, bumps and humps. For a smaller park, they have managed to cram in as many features as we are familiar with a much larger skateboard park. If you like mini-ramps and mellow transitions, make sure you pack your board when you’re next in the area as it is hard to overlook this masterpiece skate facility. Roughly a 50-minute drive from Hobart and en-route to Port Arther. One of the better designed and built street parks that we have seen in a while and easily deserving of it’s a claim to fame with a Four-star rating. 

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