Skate Parks

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Carve up the deep bowls, grind the rails and glide through the smooth street courses at Sydney’s skate parks.

 

Scattered across the city, you will find numerous modern parks, full of beginner, intermediate and experienced skater, scooter and BMX riders.

We have put together a list of Sydney’s favourite parks where you can improve your skills, meet new people and enjoy the electric atmosphere, that lures so many.

1

 Monster

Monster Skatepark
Monster Skatepark is located at Sydney Olympic Park and caters for skateboard, scooter and BMX riders. The Park is full of vibrant, energetic riders pushing their limits of ability and endurance. Monster offers a number of programs providing professional, supportive instructions and a safe environment to help improve riders performance and ability. The park is full of modern courses and ramps to suit any level.

 

Grand Parade, Sydney Olympic Park Ph: 02 9763-7359  View Map

2

 Macquarie Fields

Macquarie Fields Skate Park

Macquarie Park is home to a great concrete skate park with a large street section and a concrete bowl. Really smooth and fast surface, cruising around it is a delight! The park has bowls, transitions, boxes and banks spread over a large space. The park has lights!

Corner of Victoria Road & Harold Street, Macquarie Fields  View Map

3

 Five Dock Bowls

Five Dock Bowls

A must skate if in the Sydney area, the awesome skate park on the Corner of First Avenue and Ingham Avenue, Five Dock has two fine bowls,featuring a spine, love seat, pool coping on extensions and has lines forever! The old snake run has also been improved on and there is also a street course, just waiting to be explored.

Ingham Avenue, Five Dock Ph: 02 9911-6555  View Map

4

 Maroubra

Maroubra Skate Park

Right on the beach, Maroubra Skate Park will keep skaters and BMX riders busy for hours. Featuring a large concrete keyhole bowl and a large street course, suitable for all levels of ability, it is a great place to improve your skills and meet other skate enthusiasts.

Maroubra Beach, Maroubra  View Map

5

 Waterloo/Fernside Sk8 Park

Waterloo Skate Park

Waterloo Skate Park, or Fernside, is Sydney’s newest skate park and is the first full street style park in Sydney. This modern park caters for beginners through to experienced boarders with a perfect super smooth surface, buttery blocks, ledges and rails everywhere, everyone will enjoy!

2 Macquarie Street, Sydney Ph: 02 9250-7111  View Map

6

 Engadine Sk8 Park

Engadine

Looking for a park that caters for all your skating needs? A park that is smooth with an awesome street course? A park where you can perform all your tricks? Then Engadine Skatepark is just the place for you. The cool concrete course was built in 2000 and is a popular skate park for Sydney residence and visitors.

Old Princess Highway, Engadine  View Map

7

 Leumeah

Leumeah Skate Park

Located in down town Campbelltown, Leumeah skate park is large, diverse and provides plenty to do, featuring a range of pyramid banks, funboxes, rails and transitions of various sizes, this skate park caters for all skater levels and styles.

Campbelltown Road & Plough Inn, Leumeah  View Map

8

 Moorebank

Moorebank Skatepark

The Moorebank Skatepark is a contemporary, smooth park full of fun rails, stairs , banks and boxes. Luring skaters, scooters and BMX riders from near and far the large open ended bowl provides fun for all beginner, intermediate and pro riders.

Kelso Park, Moorebank  View Map

9

 Riverwood

Riverwood Skate Park

The electric atmosphere at the Riverwood Skatepark is unbelievable, with all age riders hitting the kidney bowl, banks, fun-boxes and rails. This place boasts the most awesome and intense ramps for the most radical tricks and there is a lot of fun to be had here for all skater, scooter or BMX riders!

Belmore Road, Riverwood  View Map