Pambula Beach Skatepark is located in the Pambula Beach Community Fields, just out of town. The skatepark must be at least 20 years old, and the skatepark hasn’t changed at all over the last two decades.

The large concrete skatepark has open bowls and a street section. Most features are on the larger side. However, there is a mellow mini with a spine off to the side for those seeking small transitions.

The large bowls are connected with a spine and open up to the rest of the park. There are a bunch of euro-gaps, but not a whole to offer the street skaters.

The concrete is starting to show its age, but the features are still relevant. For an old skatepark, it would have been ahead of its time when it was initially designed and constructed.

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PAMBULA BEACH SKATEPARK WEATHER
full pipe
banked snake run
skate bowl
concrete skate bowl
skate bowl
skate bowl
old school bowl
tiny mini ramp
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