Elwood Skate Bowls can be found at Elsternwick Park, on St Kilda Street and Bent Avenue in Elwood, Victoria. The Elwood Skate Bowls contains two different sized rectangle bowls and a small street section on either side with a couple of quarters, steps and rails. Elwood Skate Bowls are a lot of fun and allow you to figure eight until your heart is content. However, the transitions (especially on the larger bowl) are terrible. If you want to skate the smaller bowl, you may have to bring a broom or leaf blower as it is often covered in leaves.
Suppose you are travelling past check it out. We give it a solid three stars.
The Strathbogie Shire Council is proud to boast of the freshcrete in Nagambie with the New Nagambie Skatepark. The fresh designs create an open-flow street section linking to a bowl. The concrete bowl with steel coping is one of the best we have skated in Victoria....
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The famous Fitzroy Bowls has been extensively renovated with a prominent street open flow section making it a proper skatepark, not just a bowl. The upgraded and expanded skatepark has doubled in size and boasts fresh and old concrete. The original skate bowls were...
Saw a guy place a fridge next to the coping of the big bowl here back in the 90’s.
Was the craziest move since Iverson crossed over MJ
east bentliegh skate was my home back in the early 2000’s so glad you boys are getting around the little boys of the skate future very pleased!!!
world industries deck back in the shallow bowl circa 2002 shaka bra
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