The weathering Elimbah Skatepark comprises some random concrete bike jumps along with a more recently included concrete slab with several prefab features.

The bike jumps are old, uneven, and have a reasonable gap between each jump. The jumps slope down the mountain and in concession allowing for a pretty cool flow, pump, and no gravity experience.

The slightly newer skatepark just has a roll-in bank and few street features. We liked seeing the ledge with a square corner coping on one side and a circular coping on the other.

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