Still my favorite ramp in Wellington, similar to Khandallah but without the slow motion feeling and extensions on both sides. Directions Take Stokes Valley Road till you see Speldhurst park. It’s in the park.
I thought this mini ramp was meant to be a replica of Greylynn Mini Ramp, but it aint. Not even close. Small and tight but still very skate-able. Directions Just keep driving, you cant miss it.
Used to be one of the better mini’s in Wellington to skate, especially when it’s a bit windy. The trannies seem a little mellow but that just may be a little too much flat bottom. Good to go but beware the evil moat of doom. Directions Take Ottawa Road then east on Lucknow Tce. It’s in the park (Nairnville Park
Crazy older skatepark with heaps of crazy banks and transitions. Super fun and real challenging. There is also a big vert ramp there which I am sitting on. Directions Taradale, Havlock North
The mighty Greylynn mini. This baby blue wonder is legendary, and it should be. It’s easily one of the best public mini ramps in New Zealand. Directions Its off Williamson Ave in Greylynn park.
Old wooden 6 foot mini with 1 foot extensions. Very skateable. Directions Next to the swimming complex in Parrs Park.
With only three features this place is small but more fun than watchin models mud wrestle. I’m going back for more. Directions Oxford Street, behind the playground.
Im sure there are some better lines in the mounds than the ones we found and the mini’s are also of an interesting shape. Not hard to have fun here but you will need some imagination. Since this photo there has been additions to the street section. Directions Next to the water tower, Albion Street.
Two wooden mini ramps, the larger is around five foot with a good trannie but not too much in the width department. Still one of the better mini’s in Dunedin though. The smaller ramp is almost too mellow but you can still have fun on it. Together these ramps gear you up for a progression session, learn on one then take it...
Plenty of features here to keep you busy but beware the shiny slippery silver surfaces. Directions Near the town center, corner of Amohau Road and Ranolf Street.