A large sprawling skatepark with hips everywhere. Basically a giant interconnecting bowl with every combination of lip you could ask for. Pool coping, steel coping, flat banks and vert extensions make Medford skatepark a bowl riders dream. Directions to Medford Skatepark Bear Creek Park off Highland Drive (and Siskiyou...
Swalecliffe skatepark has a lot of things to trick on and off-a cheese, ledge, multiple sets small and a large big hip, bank, step-up, both a large and small rail, a flat rail for different types of grinds, a box, cradle, a large bowl with an added extension for better air and space when boarding, a long quarter and a hubba....
Hebden Bridge includes a half pipe, block, driveway with rail to grind on, hubba and hips, and a flatbank. Some good bowls to get momentum on as well.
Amazing skatepark with everything you would want from any park. Great flowing street course with multiple lines. Euro gaps, ledges and rails all very skate worthy. A fun keyhole bowl and a tech larger bowl section with carving gaps, over vert pool coping and speed lines.
Sick skatepark with a selection of ramps, 2 bowls and lots of flowy stuff including rails boxes banks and even a 13ft vert ramp! Directions It’s in the middle of town in Kerikeri domain
Sweet as skatepark, Epic bowl and a good but simple street course with some great ledges and flat banks. All round good time skateboarding. Directions It’s off Queen Elizabeth II Drive in Neale Park, Nelson.
A good looking skatepark with a ton of features and lines to keep most people happy. A couple of bowls with mini ramp sections top off a good looking street course. Great ledges and rails and fun box. Directions Located in Wanganui at castlecliff, drive towards the beach until you find the parkL
Pretty crazy park with all sorts of features and weird transitions. Real good fun though. Directions It’s in Neal McRossan Park, Paddinton, Brisbane.
Cool park with some great line to try to figure out. Two bowls hip into a 6 ft mini which spines into the street course. Multiple fun boxes and pyramids. But the main feature has to be the quarter to bank. An amazing feature if your up for that sorta thing. Directions It\’s semi hidden in the trees in Waller Park. Waller...
Large open park with maybe a bit too much space in between obstacles. A whole bunch of quarters and bowls ranging from 3.5 ft to 5.5. ft with wedges, hips and mounds making up the rest of the street course. Great 5 ft mini ramp in the shade of the tree. Directions It’s off the Centenary Hwy in Amazones Park.