The super fly new Koo Wee Rup Skatepark replaces the old one with a fresh new surface and a modern design.

The skatepark features an awesome mini ramp with a dip in the middle to give it a bowl feel. There is plenty of length and heaps of girth. There is also an extension at one end, whilst the other end opens up into the open-flow street section. A super dope mini.

The street sections tick a lot of boxes. A unique and very well thought design.

The New Koo Wee Kup Skatepark is a lot better than the rough concrete park that it replaces. Next time your heading to Philip Island, don’t forget to chuck your board in the car, as this epic skatepark is on the way.

Skater Maps Four Star Skatepark Rating
KOO WEE RUP SKATEPARK WEATHER
Mini Ramp
Street Skatepark
Mini Ramp & Extension
Transitions
Tranny Skatepark
Street Skatepark
Open Flow Park
Street Park
Bank
Bank
Bank
Bank
Bank
Bank
Bank
Bank
Bank
Bank
Bank
Bank
Bank
Bank
Clyde Skatepark – Warralilly Ave

Clyde Skatepark – Warralilly Ave

The new skatepark on Warralilly Ave is one of many fresh concrete creations to pop up in Clyde. Features include a volcano, slappy curbs, rails and banks. The concrete is smooth, and the features are mellow. This skatepark is more of a beginner's park, but we love...

Clyde North Skatepark – Bernardins Street

Clyde North Skatepark – Bernardins Street

The new Clyde North Skatepark on Bernadins Street is a small concrete skatepark with a few banks and ledges. The skatepark can be found in St Germain Playground. As to be expected, the park is surrounded by tanbark that has obviously made its way onto the concrete...

Cranbourne East Skatepark – McFarlan Way

Cranbourne East Skatepark – McFarlan Way

The new skatepark in Cranbourne East has fresh concrete, although that's about it. The skatepark has one very small and mellow euro-gap, a single flat rail and a couple of ledges. Unfortunately, the only rail is huge that only professional skaters would be able to...