On the corner of Owen St and Spencer street in Iluka is the famous Iluka Skatepark. The concrete skatepark is starting to show it’s age, but the infamous skate bowl is still one to marvel at. The bowl has traditional steel coping, hips and opens up to the rest of the skatepark. The open flow skatepark has street features and heaps of quarters that help transition the skaters around without pushing or kicking. Super fun mellow park for the bowl froffers and street rats. Also pretty popular for BMX’ riders and scooter kids with the larger bowl section. 

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