With the increasing number of Skateparks in Australia, skateboarding is booming. Australia seems to have more skateparks per capita than anywhere else in the world, and almost all of them are good.

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Newcastle Skatepark

Public Skatepark
  • Awesome skatepark right on the beach. Directions It’s at the south end of Newcastle Beach, Shortland Esplanade.

Paddington Skatepark

Public Skatepark
  • Pretty crazy park with all sorts of features and weird transitions. Real good fun though. Directions It’s in Neal McRossan Park, Paddinton, Brisbane.

The Entrance Skatepark

Public Skatepark
  • Super nice skatepark with some great hips and gaps. Directions Picnic Point Reserve, Tuggerah Parade/The Entrance Road.

Maitland Skatepark

Public Skatepark
  • Pretty simple park but still fun. Directions Some park somewhere. Damn it, I’ve lost my notebook. Sorry. You’ll find it. It’s on the main road into town.

Riverwood Skatepark

Public Skatepark
  • Great pool style kidney bowl, street section is kinda random but there are some real fun lines to be found if your creative. Directions Belmore Road, Riverwood (just outta Sydney)

Fairfield Skatepark

Public Skatepark
  • Fun street area but the real deal here is the bowl. A 4-5-6 ft clover with some crazy lines and a little too much speed at times. Directions It’s on Home street, one of the main ones, about...

Woodridge Skatepark

Public Skatepark
  • Huge sprawling skatepark with multiple everything. A must skate if your in the area. Directions It’s on Kingston Road in the Woodridge Adventure Park. Logan, Brisbane.

Jindalee Skatepark

Public Skatepark
  • 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 str...

Beerwah Skatepark

Public Skatepark
  • One of those parks where everything is at least 5 ft. Big banks and quarters feed fun boxes and hips. Fast lines to be had in the street (if you can call it that) section and the big 6 ft mini is...

Browns Plains Skatepark

Public Skatepark
  • 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 quarte...

Redcliffe Skatepark

Public Skatepark
  • Wide open park with all the things you would expect. Bowl is a bit to shallow to really be of much use but other obstacles are fun. Directions It’s pretty much on the main street.

The Gap Skatepark

Public Skatepark
  • Two big bowls linked by a roll-over/spine. The smaller one starts at around 4 ft and gets to about 5 1/2 ft before you transfer over into the bigger bowl with a ton of speed. Use this speed to gr...
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