Another sleepy little holiday village on the NSW mid north coast. It has a recently (2011) updated skatepark that’s fairly basic but offers at least something for the locals and summer holiday kids to have a jam on.
The older part of the skatepark features a retro bowl about 3ft deep that opens at one end to a 2ft bank. The surface is rough and chunky and there is no coping. There’s also a 4.5ft quarter and a fun little 2ft bank with a grind box. You can easily tell the old parts of this skatepark due to the poor quality surface.
The newer parts are all scattered around the edges of skatepark. They include a 4ft hight, 12ft wide transition with a slight corner. A couple of 5ft banks and a few other transitions and wedges. The combination of the old and new sections dont really work together, there are no lines to speak of, the transitions are inconsistent and the varying surfaces all combine to make it all a bit disappointing. There is still fun to be had here, but its just not as good as it could be.
Plenty of free parking available and a service station just across the road has food and amenities. There is also a good kids playground beside the skatepark and just down the hill is beautiful beach.