Also known to many as Kariong Bowls, the Kariong Skate Park, as you would presume, has a bowl.

The concrete park is located right at the end of Kariong Oval, making for a hike that must be tackled on foot.

The skatepark features a large double bowl with a longer rectangle-shaped bowl and a standard square. The transitions seem consistent between bowls, they are connected with a hump and the much-loved spine.

A couple of rails and ledges surround the park, which complements the park with a few street features.

The location of the park is typical for its vintage. Once upon a time, councils would hide skateparks out of sight. How the times have changed.

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