Shallow dish leading into a snakerun that leads into a very kinked five foot bowl. Directions Located on Upland Road, in the park behind the kids playground.
Compact but well thought out addition to the old bowl. Everything skates pretty well and a good variety of features will keep you happy on those flat days. Directions Martyn Road, off Heatherington Road.
Two shallow bowls joined by a mellow spine/hip. One of the bowls has a little coping round the deep end. Directions On the corner of Allenby Road and Great North Road.
Damn this place is sick. Plenty to do with lots of banks, rails, ledges, stairs, gaps, hips and the bowl. It’s probably a good thing that its all the way out in Upper Hutt, else it would be forever crowded. Directions Behind the train station, don’t go over the bridge.
Damn good park with a great flow to it. Friendly locals too. Definitely worth the drive if you arent lucky enough to already live there. Oh, it’s sign posted as well. Nice. Directions Follow the signs.
The concrete here is so old that its almost extinct. Some complete tripper must have designed this but that doesn’t mean that its not skateable. I’m sure there is a line through the snake run and the lower bowl has its merits. Definitely worth the challenge. Directions Its off Portage Road in a park hidden behind a...
Basically two bowls with the larger one forming most of the street course. Bowl to bowl gaps, handrail, rubbish bin, and much more. Unfortunately the lack of surrounding concrete lets down the design by making runs ups and run outs almost impossible for some lines. Directions Located next to Burger King and Countdown, Right in...
The super smooth concrete just got bigger with the second stage of this park now completed. The mellow mini ramp section now flows into an openly spaced street course with step ups, step downs, hips, banks, ledges, shit everything you need. Stay a while. Directions It’s on the corner of Moorehouse Ave and Waltham Road....
I did have a photo of the bowl here as well but its gone so here is photo of the tin, skinny vert ramp. Directions The ramp and bowl are next to each other on the main road.
Super fun older bowl. Five foot section flows into a seven foot section with hips and vert extension. The trannies are all good, especially for being over 20 years old. Worth the stop. Directions Heading South take a Right at the roundabout then Right and the next intersection. its 100m up the hill on the Left.