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Glenmore Park Skatepark
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Lalor Park Skatepark
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Menai Skatepark is a unique adventure and has been designed a little differently to the typical prefab suburban skatepark. The setup features a couple of conjoined 6ft half bowls on one side, a bank of varying height transitions at the other and a central flat area with an odd funbox. The bowls are joined with a kind of hip in the middle which makes them quite different. The funbox is strange octagon shape and probably too high given the surrounding space and access. The biggest problem here is the design just doesn’t provide enough speed to utilise any of the transitions (in part because the surface is slow and rough). You can drop in on the big quarter banks and just not make it all the way to the coping on the bowls on the other side. It’s a bit of a shame and lends itself more to the BMX’rs really.
The details look like this: Quarter trannies range from 9ft (vert) 4ft; Half-bowls are 8ft half and 6ft and finally two funboxes – the 4ft octagon shape model and the much more useful smaller one. The surface is rough, the coping average at best but there are lights for a night session.
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Macquarie Fields Skatepark
Macquarie Fields is home to a relatively new skatepark (constructed in 2011 by the awesome Convic) and first thing you notice is just how amazingly slick the surface is, so fast and smooth that just cruising around it is a delight! But you’ll quickly understand the epicness of the design – a smattering of bowls, transitions, boxes and banks spread over a large and well considered space. This would have to be one of Sydney’s best.
At one end it features a stunning bowl with a unique shape and beautiful transitions. The rest of the park is an open street course with all kinds of bits and pieces. There’s shallow banks with grindable edges and extensions, hubba’s galore and funboxes/rails that are perfectly positioned for full speed assult. There’s also a plethora of transitions including a corner section, a couple of open bowls and a hump with coping. It’s all pretty small in size (mostly around 3-4ft) so its good for skaters of all sizes, but its blazingly fast and super fun.
Being this awesome does mean that it is regularly packed (especially on the weekends). Tonnes of BMX’rs and younger scooter dudes fill the place – but so do a lot of skaters and it’s large enough that you can always find somewhere to have a decent jam. However you may not be able to do the end-to-end runs that make this skatepark so much fun.
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Campbeltown Skatepark (Leumeah)
Located at the fast-food crossroads in downtown Campbelltown is this slowly ageing skatepark (built over a decade ago). It’s not amazing but it is large, diverse and combines a few interesting bits and pieces that could make it worth a look. Spread over a vast area, the skatepark features a range of pyramid banks, funboxes, rails and transitions of various sizes (from 2ft-6ft). The epic canyon in the middle of the main transitions makes us think it was designed specifically with BMX’rs in mind, but there’s still some decent lines to be had here.
The hightlights are probably the two “minis”. The larger one (often dominated by BMX’rs) is a neat little 4ft that plays well, the smaller 2.5ft is just fun and a great place for the little skater dudes to hit the lip and hone their skills.
Overall this skatepark provides plenty to do but sadly you’ll spend a lot of time dodging scooters and BMX’s, and its fairly packed most of the time. Add to that a rough, slow surface and coping that’s been hammered by a constant barrage of local BMX dudes. There’s even lights but I wouldn’t recommend hitting this place at night… unless you have a posse.
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Bradbury Skate Bowl
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Well after much searching we were about to give up on this one… and then we found it. Nothing more than a pile of rubble – recently crushed by big yellow machines. We’ve been told that in it’s day it was a decent (although very basic) bowl, but sadly it has seen its last session. R.I.P Milton Bowl.
One question remains tho, will they be replacing it with anything else? Or will this otherwise quiet suburban park just be for the ballers.
Review coming soon, in the meantime here are our photos.
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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.
Odd little bowl hidden behind an epic sporting complex and shopping centre in the North West suburbs of greater Sydney. It’s odd in that it’s so very tiny in height (maybe, just maybe 3ft), yet it has an epic flat expanse in between the transitions. It’s basically a very wide open bowl thing with a couple of extensions. The surface is kind of course/rough and the coping is really small and buried. While its not the most enticing skatepark, it is perfectly suited to kiddie shredders & noobs. A great place to learn dropping and or rock-to-fakie’s on a small, forgiving bowl. Oh, and there’s lights!
Plenty of parking (not all free tho) and its right alongside a shopping complex so food & amenities abound. There’s are basketball & tennis courts and lots of grassy knoll’s around if that’s your thing.
Review coming soon, in the meantime here are our photos.
St Ives Skatepark
Fairly old skatepark in the North East suburbs of Sydney. I say old because the cement surface feels like its been here since the stone age. It’s bordering on un-skatable. Add to that a completely uninspired setup which has too much flat to string any tricks together and quarters that are too small and you’ll understand why it’s best to give this one a miss.
It is, however, perfectly suited for scooters and BMX’rs which probably explains why that’s all you’ll see here. Lots of young teens hanging out while parents do their shopping across the road at the monster shopping centre. The actual setup is a very basic street course, starting with a large 7ft roll-in that leads to simple triangle ‘fun’ box. At the other end is very wide 3 sided open bowl that has varying heights ranging from 3-4ft. The coping is small and buried deep in the cement, and the surface (as mentioned) is kind of like smooth gravel.
The surrounding park is nice enough and has a kiddies playground, larger oval and even a tennis court if that’s your thing. The shopping center across the road has loads of free parking and the usual fast food options.
Classic inner-city mini that oozes fun. 4ft high, 10ft wide, perfect transitions and a smooth metal surface. Bam! The only real issue is that it’s un-skatable if the sun is out and it’s more than 25 degrees – why? Because it burns baby! Also the coping is a bit rough and we recommend bringing some wax along for bonus points, otherwise perfect! This would have been my dream ramp about 20 years ago, and it’s frequented by more ‘mature’ skaters with discerning tastes… seriously awesome.
This spot has been around for many years and in 2005 the current mini replaced a similar ramp that had a ridiculous center hump. The great thing about it is that it’s nearly 100% used by skaters – rarely do you have to contend with scooters or BMX’rs. Because of that there’s always a great vibe here, older dudes encouraging younger skaters – we’ve had some great sessions. The ramp sits kind of in city suburbia right near Jubilee Park Tram Station, not a lot of food directly around but you can walk 5-10 mins to Glebe or Annandale. Free parking, near by toilets and smack bang in the middle of a delightful park. Go now!
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A relatively new skatepark located at the North end of Kelso Park. It has a good range of mid sized quarters, banks and fun-boxes. The main feature is a larger open ended bowl which despite having a slightly weird transition (starts slow & snaps at the coping) is a lot of fun for big transfers & carving and grinding around the corners. The street section has a simple end-to-end run with plenty of rails, stairs, banks and boxes. The surface is in good shape (some minor cracks) and the coping is fat.
It can get a little over taken by the scooter kids on weekends and is also heavily used by BMX’ers but there’s enough room for a decent skate. There’s a small amount of street parking around the back on Kelso Crescent but it’s fairly busy during the week. Food wise there is McDonald’s down the road, some good cheap fruit & veg shops and the usual service stations along Newbridge Road.
Located right on the M5 is this surprisingly awesome little skatepark that really has something for everyone. The main feature is a good old fashioned kidney bowl that hits about 9ft down the deep end. It’s certainly not for the faint at heart and has a fairly snappy transition – but the old schoolers will just love it, and even for the younger dudes it’s fun to just carve around.
The rest of the park is an eclectic range of banks, fun-boxes and rails that are well thought out compared to other similar skateparks. It includes a couple of whacky little vert walls, a nice 3ft corner bowl and a superb 1.5ft mini section that is perfect for younger skaters to hone their lip tricks. The slightly slippery surface isn’t perfect but there’s a lot of fun to be had here. Also worth noting it’s heavily used by scooters and BMX’rs.
The surrounding park has a range of facilites including a free car park, public toilets and a kiddies playground. It’s also really close to a shopping centre so there’s plenty of food around.
Official site: http://www.canterbury.nsw.gov.au/www/html/1309-skate-park.asp
Dulwich Hill Skatepark
Updated 23 April 2014 – Dulwich Hill has been recently updated with a new street section, we have already added new photos and an updated review will be up soon
Dulwich Hill Skatepark is made up of two sections. Firstly, a rather old and beaten up snake run (with weird coping) that opens to a shallow bowl with a central hump. Its essentially the domain of the BMX’s and that’s about all its good for.
The main section is much newer and the large open area is simply jam packed with quarters, bowls, banks, rails and funboxes. The sizes are varied and range from 3ft up to around 7ft and there’s ample room to carve out great lines. At the lip there’s a variety of extensions and angled coping to play with. The surface is fairly new so its fast and smooth and the coping.
There is a basketball court close by and plenty of parking. Regular competitions take place at the Skatepark but mostly for BMX’s.
Monster is one of Sydney’s best known skateparks and features what is considered to be the best vert ramp in the country. It stands at a whopping 14.5ft high and spans 68ft across and features extension on one side and mega roll-ins on the other. It’s been skated by some of the worlds best skateboarders and is regularly used for international competitions. The big vert ramp forms part of the main outdoor area of the skatepark which also a cracking 6ft spined mini that has all sorts of extras including an 8ft extension, a 10ft over-vert extension and a bank section with rails on the wide platform. The surface is thick, super fast marine-ply but can be slippery and burns a bit when you slam. The coping is massive and not for the faint at heart. Both of these ramps are incredibly well built and maintained but it’s worth noting they really are for more experienced skateboarders.
Monster also features a massive indoor street course covering 1000 square metres. Its an interchangeable setup and is always moved around to keep things interesting, and is designed to cater for all skill levels. The ramps range from 3ft slow banks and roll-ins, 7-8ft quarters all the way up to 11ft vert. For the BMX’rs there’s even a big foam pit to test out some new moves safely.
They also have weekly timetable featuring ‘skateboard only’ sessions, run workshops for all ages, school holiday camps and you can even throw a birthday party here! Check out the official site for details. The park is loaded with facilities including a canteen (with hot food), a chill-out lounge, BBQ facilities (need to pay) and a decent skateshop. There’s parking available but you need to pay.
It’s kind of like a fun-park for skateboarders… and even if you’re just starting out you can have fun just sliding down the big vert ram on your butt or pumping on the flat bottom just to get a feel for just how awesomely big the ramp is.
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Bass Hill Skatepark
Cement pre-fab skatepark with a decent variety of quarters, banks, pyramid-boxes, fun-boxes and rails. A few of the quarters have coping and range in size from 4-6 feet. For one of these pre-fab parks it has a much wider range than usual and the’s a good run that you can do around the outside perimeter thats especially good for younger skaters who are learning drop-in’s or roll-in’s and getting used to going fast. But to be honest there is more than enough here for seasoned skaters too, well thought out placement of the fun-boxes and rails mean you can really get some great runs happening. All the cement surfaces are in good condition but the is some wear around the coping on a few of the quarters.
It seems heavily dominated by younger scooter dudes but still enough room for skateboarders to find their own runs and have a great session. Haven’t seen many BMX’rs here.
Located right on the Hume Highway at Bass Hill the park is in an open field and has a large free carpark behind the main skate area. There’s a public toilet and a few covered benches and tables as well as some scattered trees to keep out of the sun. Not really any food too close by but a couple of minutes in any direction and there’s an abundance of fast food outlets.
This skatepark is essentially two skateparks joined together. The older section is a couple of pre-fab 4-5 foot roll-in banks on one side, a section of 4.5 foot quarters with two small hips on the other side and a weird small hump in the middle. The new section is a gnarly kidney shaped bowl that goes from a 6 foot shallow end to a solid 8 foot vert deep end. Joining the two is a rad staircase (8 stairs) with a handrail, grind box and euro-gap roll-in that lead to an open area that has a couple of basic grind boxes.
The pre-fab park is very basic and limits what you can do here. It’s another one of those parks that has two facing banks of quarters and a flat section that is too long to maintain speed and too short do anything else with… perfect for scooters I guess. Which would explain why there a so many of them here.
The bowl is great for hardcore skaters but be warned it’s heavily used by the local BMX’rs. Also take a broom as it usually has some leaves and debris in the deep end. The cement is very smooth and fast, and the coping is medium sized and sits nicely.
Probably the most fun for the average skater is the staircase/grind-box part that joins the two main sections. For the hardcore there’s an awesome handrail and grind-box that runs the full 8 stairs. For the younger skaters there’s a nice little euro-gap to roll-in that leads into the smaller grind-boxes on the flat. At the very least you can practice some simple grinds on the smaller grind-boxes.
It’s located at the edge of Robin Thomas Reserve, a green leafy park with plenty of shade and seating around the main skate area. No specific carpark but some street parking is available nearby and a shopping centre carpark is nearby. A quick walk in most directions would get you food as it’s not far from the main shopping area of Parramatta. We couldn’t find any toilets directly in the park.
Redfern Plaza is an odd little skatepark, its so small and easily missed that its almost a secret. There isn’t actually that much to it other than four smallish cement wedges that creep out of a large, delicately smooth cement area. But somehow this spot is just so much fun to skate, so awesomely simple that you just have to be really creative. Whether you’re a seasoned street skater or a noob is irrelevant, you’ll have a blast here.
The local skaters are very welcoming and it almost feels like a secret society because it’s so obscure, perhaps that’s why the vibe is so good. Its part of a very nice, leafy inner-city park with some free and paid parking close by as well as amenities and cafe’s. The adjoining basketball hoops are also awesome when your done shredding, or you can duck down the road to the equally awesome Waterloo Plaza
Located just north of Sydney CBD is this cracking plaza style skatepark designed and built by the ever awesome Convic. The park is reasonably sized and jam packed with banks, gaps, ledges, stairs and rails of all sizes. The surface is perfectly smooth and very fast – its easily one of the cities best skate spots.
Because this park is so very awesome you always have to expect a crowd here – and it attracts everyone from scooter kids, to BMX’ers to inline skaters. But its always a good session and the park has such a great setup that there is something for everyone – from the noobs and hardcore.
Not a lot of parking around but you can usually find something just beside the park on Ernest Street. There’s plenty of food and amenities a short walk in most directions and if its your thing you can take in a round of golf afterwards… or head straight to Waterloo and continue the jam!
Review coming soon, in the meantime here are our photos.
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Waterloo is probably the best overall spot in Sydney, its a perfect combination of inner-city, new and old, rad setup, awesome locals and just a great vibe. Everytime! There’s nothing amazing here, a scattering of ledges, rails, banks, manual pads, stairs and blocks – but it just flows and the surface is smooth and fast.
The location (also known as Fernside) has a long skateboarding history and used to be home to a classic old steel half-pipe. A cut down version of that still remains beside the main plaza section and is still a lot of fun (its very similar to the Writing an essay Glebe Mini).
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Not really any amenities around so make sure you pack some refreshments (but there is a funky bubbler). Plenty of parking and a grassy noll to chillax on.
Frenchs Forest Half Pipe
Classic 10ft vert half pipe hidden out the back of a suburban baseball field. The wooden surface isn’t in great condition and its slippery as hell but a good place for the more serious vert skaters to have a bit of fun. Also a good spot for the noobs to get a feel for a nice size vert ramp – great for carving, pumping and trying vert drop-ins.
Be sure to take some supplies as there isnt much else around the park, although a short drive will get you back to civilisation, food, amenities etc.
Manly Vale Skatepark
Strange little suburban skatepark hidden away in the backstreets of the Northern beaches. All pretty big roll ins, quarters and banks so not for the faint at heart but enough to have some fun with. Also features old school kidney bowl/pool super tight transitions but solid as a rock and decent coping. Feels like middle of nowhere but has parking, toilets, plenty of shade and a grassy park area behind it.
The skatepark consists of a 3-9ft old school kidney shape pool, 8ft quarter with small vert section, various banks and extensions (2-6ft) & few rails.
Old school historic skatepark featuring a small open cement mini bowl with a central funbox. Good parking not much seating in the shade so pack a hat. Large open park next door, 10 min walk to beach, no shop nearby, public toilets close by. Lots if local kiddies here friendly but can be chaotic due to the setup and kids coming from all directions.
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The other section is a simple pre-fab street setup with 6ft roll-in that runs onto a stupidly steep funbox and rail. This leads up a second level with another small bank that enters the bowl. All very confusing… and kind of big and odd.
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Summer Hill Skatepark
Quaint little spot tucked away in the back of a delightful suburban park. Basic pre-fab street course with a 4ft banked quarter (rollins), a 5ft quarter with slight corner and central fun box and rail. Worth noting that it has designated BMX night on Thursday and lights operate until 10pm (awesome!).
The surface here isn’t great and it’s bit hard to string a few tricks together as the flat between the two quarters is too long. Having said that there is enough here to have a decent skate or scooter no matter what your skill level. It’s usually pretty busy and loved by the local BMX’ers. The weekends can bring truck loads of scooter kiddies but everyone gets a run and if you get bored of waiting there are so many other things you can do here – its a great day out.
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The suprisingly beautiful park also offers tennis, some awesome kids play equipment, cricket, picnic areas and good public toilets. There’s also cafe ($2 coffee!) and supermarket next door. Plenty of free parking. viagra, sildenafil, buy viagra, buy sildenafil, buy cheap ?buy viagra online at usa online pharmacy – order cheap drugs with fast shipping! pharmacy at home offers cheap drugs. order generic viagra viagra and viagra ?
Solid little suburban spot pretty small but fast and versatile and despite it’s secret dead-end street location it seems to have a decent weekend crowd. The more experienced skater can get carve out some great lines as the cement is smooth and fast. For the younger ones scooter’s seem to dominate however the open end mini-bowl is a good place for little skater dudes to get some skills or learn to drop in.
The park consists of a 4ft 3 sided mini (nice coping but quick transition), a few 4-5ft banks with various rails and extensions, a central combo box with a wedge extension & a couple of slide bar boxes.
Locals seem pretty quiet and keep to themselves but lots of BMX’ers and if you’re lucky you can also sneak a night skate here if soccer training is on.
Built in 2001, Chatswood is a medium sized skatepark located just near the main shopping district in downtown Chatswood. The park consists of a 5ft half bowl with extension, a couple of 5-6 ft banks featuring boxes, rails and extensions & finally a 2ft quarter leads down to a small funbox and handrail. While the park does have a good variety of transitions its not easy to string good lines together due to the overall design/setup. The surface is also little rough overall and bumpy on some of the transitions. Also the coping has been set deep in some places and beaten up by BMX’rs in others. But despite all of this there’s still enough here for a decent jam. Weekday’s are best because it fills up with BMX’rs and scooter kids on the weekends.
Right across the road from a large shopping centre so plenty of food and amenities around. There’s is also some parking but most of it isnt free.
Smack bang on the beach is this diverse, large fenced off area that has more than enough for everyone – in fact it seems to attract a healthy mix of skaters, young scooterers and BMX’ers. The park is loosely broken up into two parts:
The Street Course is large an d open with silky smooth cement that’s very fast – perfect for cruising around and utilising the various banks and/or either of the central pyramid funboxes. The coping on all of the quarters here is perfect.
The Bowl is a two level affair, a shallow end that’s about 4.5 ft but has a tight transition and is actually a bit tricky until you get a feel for it. The deeper circular bowl gets pretty close to vert as it climbs to about 9ft and is really only for the experienced skaters.
A decent amount of free parking (unheard of in along most other parts of the Easter Suburbs), public toilets and plenty of cafe’s, food .
This is the skatepark where it all started – @sammycoffey and I would head over to Annandale most weekends to watch older dudes skateboarding and occasionally Sam would climb on and have a go. Eventually he started dropping in, doing kick turns and even Rock-to-fakies. It seems so long ago now…
Annandale is a small suburban skatepark that is especially suited to younger skaters or beginner scooterers. It is basically a collection of pre-fabricated quarter pipes arranged to make a couple of smaller mini’s. Its a perfect place to learn to drop in on either of the 3 or 4 foot quarter pipes. The coping is also very forgiving so its perfect for some of the basics (fakie-rocks, rock-to-fakie’s). There is also a 1.5ft fun box so even the youngest dudes can have a go.
The skatepark is part of larger park area that features a full size basketball court which is heavily used by skaters to practice moves before taking them to the ramps.
There’s some free parking, a bubbler, kids playground and plenty of green parkland but no other amenities. Also a quick walk in almost any direction will find you something to eat.