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 transitions, a pyramid, and a funbox fitted between some small yet entertaining transitions. With at least half of these large transitions being roll-in, the speed attainable at this park is intense, and is a great spot for big airs. The only downfall of this park is also its best part, its size. Skaters that aren’t comfortable with high speeds will find it difficult to keep any semblance of flow in the deep end.

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