The relatively small Orbost Skatepark is a standard street park with a varying arrangement of quarters and banks at either side, a slappy curb as a feature above a bank, along with the more common street features in the middle of the park.

Street features include a circular flat rail, manny pads, ledges, a slappy curb and a symmetrical up-down obstacle.

The quarters at either side of the park offer a range of different sizes, a consistent transition and the familiar steel coping we love to grind.

An average skatepark with a sunshade and a drinking fountain. The local Orbost skaters should be wrapped to have this sweet park in their town. Three stars sparingly.

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