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 coping that are as easy to approach as the skatepark is to find from the road. 

Triabunna Skate Bowl is definitely deserving of the One-star rating and its place on the skatepark map. The skateboard park is a reminder of how far skatepark design and construction has developed over the years. Something to admire online, however, we recommend to save your time and find elsewhere in Tasmania to skate.

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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

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Nubeena Skatepark

Nubeena Skatepark

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