The Mornington Peninsula has been blessed with another skatepark found in Romney Park, Tootgarook, VIC.

We are not entirely sure what to think of this skate park, skate spot or DIY skatepark. There are three skate features, including a small quarter, slappy curb and ledge spaced on top of a bitumen surface. 

The feature quarter is not only small in height, but also in width. The quarter also boasts pool coping, which makes it even more unique. 

Skater Maps One Star Skatepark Rating
TOOTGAROOK SKATEPARK WEATHER
Homemade Mini Ramp
Pool Coping
Mini Ramp
DIY Mini Ramp
Tiled Mini Ramp
Graphiti Mini Ramp
DIY Grind Rail
DIY Grind Rail
DIY Skate Ramp
DIY Slappy Curb
Slappy Curb
Street Skatepark
Romney Park
Street Feature
Box
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