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 left untouched whilst the extension was added to the park’s Northern end. 

The open flow extension has quarters and banks at either end, several street features in the middle and a rad mini ramp. 

A well-designed skatepark with smooth concrete. Get on down and roll around. 

Skater Maps Four Star Skatepark Rating
FITZROY SKATEPARK WEATHER
Freshcrete
Melbourne Skateparks
Fitzroy Skate Bowls
Open Flow Skatepark
Double Skatebowl
Concrete Skate Bowl
Skate Grind Rail
Ledges
Humps and Bumps
Mini Ramp
New Skateboard Park
Street Park
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