Located in the centre of Streaky Bay, the Streaky Bay Skatepark has a lot on offer with a decent-sized open-flow design. The skatepark was built in 2005 and the concrete is still relatively smooth. The park is basically a large open u-shaped bowl with a couple of fun boxes along with a smaller, mellow bowl off to one side. The skateboard park features the steel coping that makes that sweet sound that we love to hear and the transitions are right on the mark. 

An awesome skatepark if you’re lucky enough to call it your local and one of a few places to rock and roll in 100ks.

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