New Zealand

New Zealand Skateparks listed on 018 Skatepark Directory. The Skatepark Hunter

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Pukarua Bay Skatepark

Public Skatepark
  • Once this was a very old, surf style, piece of crumbling concrete, that was still pretty fun in it’s own way. Not anymore, Pukarua Bay skatepark now has stairs and a handrail, plus enough b...

Ngarawahia Skatepark

Public Skatepark
  • Tons of variety here with the original skatepark providing a typical street layout and a 3 foot bowl section rolling into a 5 foot bowl. The new additon to Ngarawahia Skatepark is a silky smooth ...

Brightwater Skatepark

Public Skatepark
  • Simple little park with a couple of quater-pipes and flat bank combos feeding a central pyramid. The flat bar is super fun, as is the hip.

Omokoroa Skate Path

Public Skatepark
  • Skate Path which flows to a quarter pipe after throwing riders down a figure 8 path featuring a whopping taco corner, pump bumps, flow section, flyout ramp, banked ledges rails and manual/grind b...

Nelson Bowl – Ol’ Lumpy

Public Skatepark
  • Lumpy and fun once you find your lines. Pyramid is mellow but gives good pop when you hit it right. The skatepark is nice and close to downtown Nelson.

Carrington Park Carterton

Public Skatepark
  • Small park with a bowl, ramps with varied edges, small staircase a couple of rails and a basic funbox. Local kids said they would like a spine and a shallow inset roll-in bowl.

Featherston Skatepark

Public Skatepark
  • Lots of elements, with most being relatively tall, angular or both. Layout should allow for a good variety of runs, but with little in the way of low, rounded roll-over elements, there’s no...

Melling Skatepark

Public Skatepark
  • Variety of mostly street-style elements, mostly lined up side by side along a central level change. Layout makes coherent runs difficult, but could be a good place to practice individual tricks. ...

Queen Elizabeth Park Masterton

Public Skatepark
  • Appears to be a re-purposed outdoor skate rink, with surrounding velodrome. Lots of open space and variety of levels of challenge, but could stand to have a few more features.

Leeston Bowl

Public Skatepark
  • Super fun 4ft bowl with a vert and pool coping extension at one end and a small capsule in another corner. Very rippable, with rumours of another stage being built in the near future. Built by Pr...

Mangawhai Skatepark

Public Skatepark
  • Mangawhai skatepark is destined to be one of the best skateparks in New Zealand. Only 2 stages into it’s completion it already draws a lot of skaters in due to the 2 amazing, but intimidati...

Greymouth Skatepark

Public Skatepark
  • The Greymouth skatepark has had a huge update with a new bowl that just rips. Get there and skate it. Directions Corner of Johnstone St and Boundry St.
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