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...

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...

New Norfolk Skatepark

New Norfolk Skatepark

New Norfolk Skatepark can be located north of Hobart in beautiful Tasmania. The skatepark, on the other hand, is not as beautiful as the rest of the state and definitely doesn't add as a tourist attraction. New Norfolk Skatepark is still better than no skatepark at...

Triabunna Skate Bowl

Triabunna Skate Bowl

The old Triabunna Skate Bowl is showings it's age as it weathers away next to the beautiful river foreshore. The rough concrete has small transitions that technically classifies it as a bowl, however, looks more like a dish. There are a couple of small strips of steel...

Dover Skatepark

Dover Skatepark

Dover Skatepark in Tasmania is an old rough concrete park with a large skate bowl and a selection of other features. The park is probably best suited for BMX and scooter riders that want to get some serious airtime. The bowl comes standard with steel concrete, and a...

Cygnet Skatepark

Cygnet Skatepark

Designed and constructed by Convic Skateparks, Cygnet Skatepark, just half an hour south of Hobart, is one of Tasmania's best skateparks. The concrete park has a super smooth surface and heaps of features to amuse most skaters, scooters and BMX'ers. Features include...

Ravenswood Skatepark

Ravenswood Skatepark

The new Ravesnwood Skatepark in Launceston Tasmania has heaps of mellow street features including rails, banks, ledges and heaps of transition. The open flow skatepark is one of a kind and by far the best street style park we have come across in the area.

Blackmans Bay Skatepark

Blackmans Bay Skatepark

Blackmans Bay Skatepark, just south of Hobart in Tasmania, has recently undergone big upgrades. The original concrete skatepark has stayed much the same, whilst they extended it with fresh, smooth concrete. It is self-evident what is old and new, so have a flick...

Nubeena Skatepark

Nubeena Skatepark

Designed by Concrete Dreams, this super mellow skateboard park on the east coast of Tasmania will keep you rolling around for days. The skate bowl is almost square with a hip in the middle on one side and a small extension oposite it. The concrete bowl has super...

Goliath Park Pump Track

Goliath Park Pump Track

Goliath Pump Track was once just a dirt BMX track with a few humps and jumps. They have recently resurfaced it, as seen in the pics below. This is the first traditional pump track that we have found in Tasmania.

Evandale Skatepark

Evandale Skatepark

Evandale Skatepark in the northeast of Tasmania is one of the worst skateparks we have skated in a while. Featuring rough concrete, a single rail, curved quarter and bank obstacle. It might not look like much, but it is still the best skate spot in Evandale and the...

Railton Skatepark

Railton Skatepark

Railton skatepark is another new skateboard park to pop in Tasmania. The smooth concrete surface along with a number of small mellow street features creates almost everything you could dream for. The street style skatepark has banks, gaps, ledges, volcano, ramps,...

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