New Norfolk Skatepark can be located north of Hobart in beautiful Tasmania. The skatepark, on the other hand, is not as beautiful as the rest of the state and definitely doesn’t add as a tourist attraction. New Norfolk Skatepark is still better than no skatepark at all and features a consistent course concrete surface along with a few insignificant features. At the end of the day, any skater would love this skatepark in their town and it is worth stretching the legs if you are driving past and appreciate mellow transitions and open bowls. Great open flow and a small flat bar for the street kids.  

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Shearwater Skatepark

Shearwater Skatepark

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East Devonport Skatepark

East Devonport Skatepark

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Triabunna Skate Bowl

Triabunna Skate Bowl

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