Stirling Mini Ramp in Weston Creek ACT is another identical mini skateboard ramp in Greater Canberra. The mini ramps were built in the late ’90s in the ACT. Stirling Mini Ramp is surrounded by tanbark, so you should try to pack a broom or leaf blower along with your skateboard and helmet when you next drop-in. The Mini Ramp is located at the end of Sherratt Pl and can’t be missed from the car park. Don’t get fooled by the One-star rating. The mini ramp is super fun and worth a roll.
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...
Belconnen Skatepark is Canberra's best and potentially Australia's top skatepark. The skatepark was originally constructed in the early '90s featuring the famous keyhole bowl we know of as the Belco Bowl, home to Australia's largest skate competitions like the Belo...
Gungahlin Skatepark is starting to show its age, an awesome skatepark with bowls, street features and quarters. The concrete skateboard park would have been the bomb back in the day and is still a lot of fun to roll around today. The large open bowl gives you heaps of...
Late 80s is when it was built.
In 88 it was first across the road from Weston Creek(now Stromlo)High school at the stirling wooden playpark .
But too many residents complained of the noise & fights.
It was then pulled apart and left where it is now till early 91,when the gov reassembled it.
Rivett is still in It’s original place since 88 .