The small concrete park known as Proserpine Skate park is smooth and has several standard street features and a super cool bowl.

The street section has rails, banks, quarters, euro gaps, spine, ledges and more. The concrete is showing its age and cracking in areas and the transitions could be smoother. Nevertheless a comprehensive set of street obstacles considering the size of the park.

The skate bowl is super rad with heaps of lines to be found. The bowl has a hip on one side, a decent extension on a quarter and the steel coping that we love to skate. A very unique and versatile bowl.

The bowl is under a sunshade that is mostly appreciated for the Queensland skaters, however, don’t forget to slip, slop and slap.

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