Rampfest is a relatively large purpose-built, plywood indoor skatepark. It features a wide range of large quarters and mini-ramps (4-7ft), a beautiful 5ft bowl, small spined section, various banks and a massive roll-in that leads to a big quarter and foam pit.
Its a fairly solid park and great in the wet weather, but its certainly not for the faint at heart. Most of the ramps are big, the coping is chunky and the plywood surface takes a little getting used to. The design is OK and you can carve out some decent lines, but the surface is a little slow. Rampfest is heavily dominated by BMX’rs and scooter kids who whiz about with little care, it can get chaotic and skaters need to be very aware of whats going on around you or you can get nailed.
A cafe/canteen and skateshop are also part of the skatepark so parents can chillax in comfort away from the noise. It’s about $10 for a 4hr session and you need to fill out an online waver form before you can skate (which can take 10-15mins if it’s busy on the day).