The Mornington Peninsula Shire has invested 1.5 million big ones in the new Active Recreation Hub at Fruit Growers Reserve in Sommerville. 

The skate park is reasonably sized spreading over 800 square meters. The park has an open flow with banks, transitions and street. There is also a rad almost fully enclosed bowl at one end that looks like a lot of fun. The concrete is smooth and it is a contender for Mornington Peninsula’s best skateboard park. 

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freshcrete Mornington Peninsula
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spine
street skate park
open concrete bowl
mini ramps
open skate bowls
spine and rails
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open flow park
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Clyde Skatepark – Warralilly Ave

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Clyde North Skatepark – Bernardins Street

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