The Numurkah Skate Park keeps improving with recent upgrades, including a new mini ramp and open-flow pump track.

The original Skate Park once upon a time was just an open bowl with a small street section and some banks at the other end.

The new upgrades have doubled the surface area of the park and include a number of more modern open-flow features, a seamless mini ramp and a couple of upgraded rails.

The concrete is smooth, the design is modern, and the skaters of Numurkah would be wrapped with the recent investment in their rad little concrete park.

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