There are huge steel banks and a quarter that rocket you towards another steel feature obstacle in the middle with a euro gap and rail.

There is also a very long and thin steel mini ramp. We suspect it was the first and potentially the last mini ramp they built as it is that skinny and hard to do much more than rock and roll. Each quarter is shaped differently, which is really off-putting and not much fun to skate.

Time for a new skatepark Toongabbie.

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