There’s a lot to like about this skatepark, an eclectic mix of old school and street. Made up of a range of different pieces it starts the far end with a humpy old snake run that leads out into an open bowl area. The open area is littered with funboxes, rails and one of those pimple humps. Transitions circle the edge of the rest of the park, jutting in and out in all sorts of contortions, ranging from 2-5ft (some with coping). Theres also a small (2-3ft) half-bowl section with a beautiful transition.
Elsewhere there’s a couple of odd recent additions on one of the exits which includes a 4ft spine and two quarters (one with a slight corner). I think its supposed to resemble a simple spine mini – but not sure. And to wrap it all up there’s a hubba right at the main entry.
The surface is rough and well worn and Im sure at some point in the past the now beaten down coping was perfect. But somehow none if it seems to matter, the overall design is so random you can’t help but have a fun here. Even in the rain!
Ample free parking and some great fish and chips just down the road. When you’re done with shredding you can dive into the beautiful water that surrounds the area. Perfect!
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This actually a really fun park but sadly i couldn’t have a proper skate because of the rain. I reckon kids my age should skate or scoot because its got its thing for both.