Cracking little urban fringe skatepark and while it’s not easy to get to (a solid 1hr drive from Sydney CBD) it was well worth it the trip.
Spread over a small sized area, the street course has a plethora of banks, rails, stairs, hubba’s and fun-boxes. As well as a smattering of smaller quarters and a larger (3ft) curved transition. Lots of fun can be had just cruising around grinding, sliding and lip tricking the hell out of everything.
The centre piece is a beautiful old-school bowl that starts at about 6ft in the shallow and rises to 9ft in the deep. It features some chunky pool style cement coping, fairly tight transitions and much vert. The surface is a tad slippery and well worn but if you like shredding bowls, this one is solid.
The skatepark is part of a larger parks and recreational area that is full of pretty trees and fields and amenities like seating, bubblers and parking. There’s even a pool and canteen right next door.