The famous Shepparton Skatepark, also known as S-CAPE, was opened to the public in 2001. The large concrete skatepark spans over 1,200m2 of smooth concrete with a collection of rails, ramps, transitions, bowls, spines, ledges, banks and much more.

The skatepark was designed by Aspect Designs and constructed by the hard-working team at Convic Skateparks at the cost of 300k. The bill was split between funding from the Department of Sport and Recreation Victoria, the Council and local community contributions.

A smaller beginner street section is barricaded off from the main park with several small rails, banks, ledges and a slappy curb.
The rest of the park has an open-flow layout with many transitions, a couple of spines and almost everything a skater would want.

The Shepparton Skatepark was a game changer over two decades ago when it was initially constructed. The park has tested the tests of time and is still super relevant today and the best skatepark in the area. The concrete is still smooth, with minimal cracks, and the design was revolutionary in its day but is still hard to fault.

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