Australia

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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Alexandra Hills Bowl

Public Skatepark
  • Two bowls joined by a spine, the smaller is 4 foot with not much flat bottom and the bigger one ranges from 6 – 7 foot with a bit of vert in the deep end. Pretty fun all round but the copin...

Ballina Skatepark

Public Skatepark
  • This park is soo much fun to skate with multiple transfers, hips, spines, bowled sections and even a bit of street thrown in for good measure. The spines are just over 4 foot with bigger sections...

Caloundra Skatepark

Public Skatepark
  • Epic, epic and epic. Bowl after bowl with unlimited lines, transfers, hips and grinds. One of those places where you should stop and watch the locals to get the lines but you just can’t sto...

Annondale Mini Ramp

Public Skatepark
  • Crazy little metal miniramp, unfortunately the transitions are real mellow and the roll over is a little too much. If it was the other way around this ramp would be super fun. Directions Its is t...

Dulwich Hill Skatepark

Public Skatepark
  • Great park if your into just ripping around pumping trannies, popping over hips and long frontside grinds. Not quite as good if you wanna learn flip in flip out tricks. Directions Its right next ...

Maroubra Skatepark

Public Skatepark
  • Dope park right on the beach. The main feature is the 4ft – 10ft keyhole bowl with pool tiles around the deep end. The street course is filled with the usual stuff and can cater for the cro...

Goulburn Skatepark

Public Skatepark
  • Soo many transitions and lines, small gaps, big gaps, ledges and one crazy step up out of the big bowl. Directions Heading to Canberra, turn right off Main Street where the sign points to the Hos...

Wodonga Skatepark

Public Skatepark
  • Large open layout with snake run. Directions Drive through the main centre along High Street, at roundabout turn onto Beechworth Street then right at Pearce Street. Its on your right a few hundre...

Lakes Entrance Skatepark

Public Skatepark
  • Lots of big features but not the best thought out layout. Directions Heading toward Melbourne its on your right just before the bridge

Aireys Inlet Skatepark

Public Skatepark
  • Not sure who designed or built this one. The pyramid is super tight and pretty low, might be some fun with a block of wax, the spine had very little transition to it but could be fun to do ollies...

Warurn Ponds Skatepark

Public Skatepark
  • DAMN!! Directions Heading west on the Princess Highway take a left on Pioneer Road and its on your left just before you reach the shopping center.

Albion Skatepark

Public Skatepark
  • Simple park but does the trick, and quite well. Directions Its in Albion Oval, on your right heading South on Highway 1.
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