The new upgrades to Maffra Skatepark connect to the existing park, which significantly increases the concrete surface area with length and girth.

The new addition features a fresh mellow bowl that opens out to the rest of the park. There are the existing larger street features, otherwise is not a lot on offer for the street skaters.

The old-school Maffra bowl remains unchanged and is still in great condition.

A super fun park, a great example of how skateparks can be upgraded.

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