Tea Gardens Skatepark

Sleepy little coastal holiday town has a recently constructed pre-fab setup featuring: At one end a 6ft roll-in, 4ft roll-in and 3.5ft quarter with coping. At the other end a bank of 4-5ft quarters. Plus a central funbox and manual box. The surface is in great condition and very fast but he coping is small and tight. Its pretty much the bog standard design for this kind of park however the transitions are spaced well here so you can actually string tricks together. Very quite when we visited (weekend) a few scooters but otherwise empty.

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Sammy says

This skatepark is an average but fun little park. I reckon kids my age should skate here because its good to learn basic lip tricks and dropping in. It is very similar to Annadale.

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Australia, New South Wales, Port Stephens, Skateparks

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