Secret Spot

Secret Spot

A super dope private mini ramp somewhere in Bayside Vic. The mini has tight transitions and solid steel coping.  Extensions are crazy, but we are still yet to see someone drop in off the roof.  The private skatepark comes with one of the friendliest dogs in the world,...

Myrtleford Skatepark

Myrtleford Skatepark

One of the biggest attractions in town, the famous Myrtleford Skatepark is a magical concrete jungle for hardcore skateboarders, bike enthusiasts and scooter punks that want to get some air under their wheels. The skatepark is huge and has been updated over the years...

Merimbula Skatepark

Merimbula Skatepark

This tiny minimalistic "park" features a box, bank and rail trio, as well as a shallow sloped bowl with no coping. Located at Berambool Oval, this awful excuse of a park serves as some of the smoothest concrete in Merimbula. The wooden half-pipe is no longer present,...

Mudjimba Skatepark

Mudjimba Skatepark

A unique skatepark in sunny Queensland, Australia. The concrete street style park has heaps of transitions and features hubba's euro gaps, banks, quarters and much more.  The skateboard park is starting to show its age with rough, cracking concrete. Not the fastest...

Pambula Skatepark

Pambula Skatepark

This amazing park is the shining star of the Far South Coast of NSW. Its dominating feature is the 9ft tiled vert ramp. Yet it also features 2 6ft open bowls linked by a spine, as well as a rail-less funbox, a skinny 9-stair hubba, a long 45-degree rainbow rail that...

Tathra Skatepark

Tathra Skatepark

Tathra Skateparks positioning is a large part of what makes it great. This disgustingly enormous open-ended bowl is nestled between an amazing fish & chips shop and Tathra Beach, with less than a minute walk to both. This park features a variety of deep...

Shearwater Skatepark

Shearwater Skatepark

The concrete skatepark in Shearwater was constructed in the early 2000s. This skateboard park features a fun box, ledges, rails and a hand full of other street features. The park also comprises lots of mellow transitions surrounding the circumference of the park. The...

Port Macquarie Skate Park

Port Macquarie Skate Park

The famous Port Macquarie Skate Park in NSW was designed and built by our good friends at Convic Skateparks. The concrete skate park is rad with more features than you could poke a stick at (or a skateboard).  This skatepark is one of Australia's best with an open...

Nambucca Heads Skatepark

Nambucca Heads Skatepark

The infamous Nambucca Heads Skateparks in NSW is a concrete masterpiece with heaps of hips, banks, ledges and much more. The concrete skatepark was designed and built by our friends at Oasis Skate Park. The skatepark features a couple of open bowls that are roughly...

The Bank

The Bank

The Bank Indoor Skate Park is located in Fyshwick, ACT. The undercover scooter park is fully equipped with ramps, rails, mini mega, ledges stairs and heaps more. The mellow obstacles are well-positioned, which creates an open flow skate park. The skate park is just a...

Volo Park

Volo Park

Volo Park is the latest and possibly the greatest private indoor skatepark to open in Greater Melbourne. The skatepark features heaps of transitions, jumps and decent-sized ramps. Roll on down and ride Volo Park whilst the wood is still in premium condition and before...

Wagga Wagga Skate Park

Wagga Wagga Skate Park

One of the biggest attractions in Wagga Wagga is the huge concrete skatepark that can be found in the middle of Bolton Park. The skateboard park was designed by our friends at Convic Skateparks and built by the legends at Precision Parks. Bolton Park Skate Park has...

East Devonport Skatepark

East Devonport Skatepark

Pioneer Park Skatepark, also referred to as East Devonport Skatepark, is another fun skate spot in the north of Tasmania. The concrete skateboard park is starting to show its age, but it is still a super fun and relevant park with an array of quarters, street...

Evans Head Skatepark

Evans Head Skatepark

Evans Head Skatepark, located on the northern beaches of NSW, is a rad little open park with several pre-fab features, a mean skate bowl, and several other mellow concrete transitions, ledges, banks and more.

Airlie Beach Skate Park

Airlie Beach Skate Park

The infamous Airlie Beach Skate Park in Queensland, Australia, is littered with the features that we love to see and ride. The concrete skatepark is super smooth and very fast. The park has traditional steel coping wherever needed, along with an open design that we...

Federal Skatepark

Federal Skatepark

Federal Skatepark is a slick piece of concrete that is definitely not as smooth as it was one up a time. The skateboard park comes fully equipped with the standard basketball hoop that we often find at these beautiful concrete jungles. The street style skateboard park...

Broulee Skate Park

Broulee Skate Park

Broulee Skate Bowl also referred to as Broulee Skate Park, is located in the heart of town right next to Broulee Beach. The skateboard park has a few ledges and banks surrounding the bowl for the street punks. However, it is basically just a single peanut or...

Dunwich Skate Park

Dunwich Skate Park

North Stradbroke Island is home to many great skateparks. Also referred to as Ron Stark Oval Skate Park, Dunwich Foreshore Skate Park could be the best skate spot. Located in Ron Stark Oval, right next to the beach, one thing is for sure, and that's the epic views....

Bribie Island Skate & BMX Park

Bribie Island Skate & BMX Park

Bribie Island Skate Park & BMX Park in Bellara, Queensland, is home to an old street style park that has been upgraded over the years to incorporate a new skate bowl designed and built by Concrete Skateparks. The skatepark is starting to show its age. The concrete...

Werri Beach Skate Park

Werri Beach Skate Park

Referred to as both Werri Beach Skate Park and Gerringong Skate Park. The concrete street-oriented skate space has plenty of larger features, including 5 stairs, euro, rails, banks, ledges, and more. Most street features come equipped with the conventional steel...

Newcastle Skatepark

Newcastle Skatepark

Empire Park Skate also referred to as Bar Beach Skate Park and the famous Newcastle Skatepark. Located right next to the waterfront, the views are almost as spectacular as the skatepark itself. The concrete skatepark is one of the biggest in the area and features a...

Boonah Skatepark

Boonah Skatepark

Coronation Park Skatepark in Boonah, also commonly referred to as Boonah Skatepark, can be found in the centre of town between the Boonah Soccer Club and Boonah Showgrounds. The concrete skateboard park features half bowls, banks, ledges, rails and a rad euro gap, to...

Gympie Skatepark

Gympie Skatepark

Nelson Reserve Skatepark in Gympie QLD is also referred to as just Gympie Skatepark. The concrete park has been updated over the years. However, even the latest addition is starting to show its age. The original bowl is a bit of a waste of space but not too dissimilar...

Woolgoolga Skate Park

Woolgoolga Skate Park

Woolgoolga Skate Park near Coffs Harbour in New South Whales is a relatively small street skatepark. The skatepark is starting to weather and show its age as the concrete is certainly not as smooth as we were hoping. Although the skateboard park is showing its age, it...

Iluka Skatepark

Iluka Skatepark

On the corner of Owen St and Spencer street in Iluka is the famous Iluka Skatepark. The concrete skatepark is starting to show its age, but the infamous skate bowl is still one to marvel at. The bowl has traditional steel coping, hips and opens up to the rest of the...

Yamba Skatepark

Yamba Skatepark

The new Yamba Skatepark located in the middle of Yamba in NSW is a beautiful skatepark, to say the least. The skatepark has heaps of features that will entertain most skaters for days on end. Yamba Skatepark features a long mini ramp with extensions and traditional...

Wooli Skatepark

Wooli Skatepark

Located right next to the Wooli Wooli River is Wooli Skatepark. The new concrete skatepark is small but has plenty of mellow street features. The concrete surface is still super fast and easy to pump the full length of the skate park. There are several different size...

Caloundra Aquatic Centre

Caloundra Aquatic Centre

Caloundra has a sweet private skatepark operated by the Caloundra Aquatic Centre. The concrete skatepark is enormous and features an awesome skate bowl. The concrete surface is as smooth as a baby's bottom, and the coping is fully equipped with steel that is hard to...

Mt Beauty Skatepark

Mt Beauty Skatepark

The famous Mt Beauty Skatepark can be found at the bottom of Falls Creek and Mt Hotham in the middle of town. The reasonably sized concrete skatepark has been updated over the years to what we now know of it. The original older section of the skatepark remains...

Apex Skatepark

Apex Skatepark

Apex Skatepark on Queensland's beautiful Sunshine Coast is a cool open park with street, transitions, pump and mini ramps. The concrete has seen better days, but the skateboard park is still super fun. Roll on down and let us know what you think of Apex Skatepark.

Paddington Skatepark

Paddington Skatepark

Paddington Skatepark in Brisbane is one of the best skateparks in Queensland. The super mellow, open flow skateboard park loops around a tree and features more obstacles than you could hit in an hour. The street style skatepark is very fast to pump around and will...

Innes Park Skatepark

Innes Park Skatepark

Innes Park Skate Park near Bundaberg QLD starts to show its age with a few cracks and a course concrete surface. The skateboard park does include sailcloth that is very handy, along with plenty of surrounding trees to get some shade from the UV rays. The skate park...

Bargara Skatepark

Bargara Skatepark

Bargara Skatepark is another old yet versatile skate spot on the Sunshine Coast of Australia. The skateboard park is probably better suited to the BMX'ers and scooters with large quarters and free-flowing features. The mini ramp is not that mini, and the transitions...

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