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The Sickest Skateparks in Victoria

03 April 2017 the best skateparks in Victoria 03 April 2017

Are you on the hunt for a sick new park to spend the weekend? These parks are some of the best places in Melbourne to show off your killer skate moves. So, grab your board and rip around these rad bowls.

Fitzroy Bowl

This old-school bowl has a pretty good reputation among skaters. It’s a bit beat up from years of abuse, which may deter some skaters, but for most, its rough surface is a definite plus!

When skating the edge you can generate as much speed as you like, and then frontside grind the coping at the deep end – it’s extremely satisfying!

Directions to the Fitzroy Bowl can be found here!

Newbury Skatepark

If you head out to the far north outer suburbs of Melbourne, you’ll find this gem of a park! Plenty of transitions in different sizes are great for pumping and tight banks, which give the park a great flow.

The main downside is that it can get pretty jammed when it’s busy.

Directions to Newbury Skatepark can be found here!

Wallan Skatepark

This park is definitely worth checking out if you’re in the area, and even if you’re not – it’s worth the trip!

Located about an hour north of central Melbourne by car, you can easily spend a full day skating here without getting bored. It’s a large park with a huge variety of sick ledges, rails, and gaps, and has a great selection of small/tight vertical walls.

Directions to Wallan Skatepark can be found here!

Fawkner Skatepark

Even though the park is known for drawing a crowd, there’s minimal scooter scourge. You’ll find this beaut in Melbourne’s north, and you’ll quickly get excited over its unique fixtures and use of space.

You can find directions to Fawkner Skatepark here!

Rampfest Indoor Skatepark

Located in Melbourne’s inner west, this indoor centre is arguably one of the best places to skate in Melbourne. The skate centre accommodates skateboards, BMXs, scooters and roller-skating and has a massive 1200 square metre plywood skate park.

Come rain, hail or shine, this skatepark should be on every skaters list of places to go.

You can find directions to Rampfest Indoor Skatepark here!

We definitely know what parks we’re going to be hitting up this weekend!

To ensure you get the most out of your favourite skatepark, check our Mac’s Skate Shop, your one-stop equipment shop.

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