Harmony Skatepark was originally just known as Coberg Bowl, however has been added to and extended upon with heaps of other features, therefore is now commonly referred to as Harmony Skatepark or just Coberg Skatepark. The famous Coberg Bowl has been known as one of Melbourne’s best skate bowls. The kidney-shaped bowl is 8 ft deep and only mellows out 5ft in the shallower half. The street section features heaps of stairs, rails, ledges, boxes and a super smooth mini ramp. The park is constructed out of concrete and is still super fast to ride on. Harmony skatepark was designed and built by Convic Skateparks. The skatepark has first-class facilities for riders and their entourage with a very hygienic public toilet, a water fountain, a skateboard repair station (featured below) and plenty of options to sit down and rest your legs.
The upgrade has revived Harmony Skatepark’s relevance as one of, if not the best skatepark in Melbourne’s Northern suburbs. Grab your board, scooter, skates or jump on your BMX and ride to Harmony Park, Coberg to skate this iconic Melbourne skatepark.
The upgrade has revived Harmony Skatepark's relevance as one of, if not the best skatepark in Melbourne's Northern suburbs. Grab your board, scooter, skates or jump on your BMX and ride to Harmony Park, Coberg to skate this iconic Melbourne skatepark.COBURG WEATHER
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