Skateboarding is a pastime that is loved by many and spans generations. In Melbourne, the dedication of many skaters has led. To the building of some of the best skateparks in Australia. Some of these are indoor facilities, while others are traditional outdoor parks.
Whether you’re a beginner, pro. Or somewhere in between regarding skateparks, Melbourne has you covered. If you’re a street demon or a ramp monkey, great. If you want to skate, even better. Our list of the 8 best skateparks in Melbourne (in no particular order). Which has been carefully selected just for you.
WHERE IS RAMP FEST?
We think Rampfest is the best indoor skate park in Melbourne. I mean, of course, we’re going to say that. Since 2008, Ramp fest Indoor Skate Park has been located at 47-85 Hillary St Bray brook. In the western suburbs of Melbourne. Just a quick skate, cycle, or drive from Tottenham train station. And you’ll easily find us just a stone’s throw from the Central West shopping center.
Originally built with BMX riders in mind over the years. We’ve changed, reshaped and grown. Whish is into one of Melbourne’s favorite places to scoot skateboard and roller skate. and more designed for all types of freestyle action sports. Ramp fest has created for everyone, from beginners to professionals. Big ramps, small ramps, and everything between makes Ramp fest the perfect place. To take some lessons and start your skate, BMX, or scooter ride today. With Olympic games that include skateboarding and freestyle BMX. Ramp fest will also help you train to become a top athlete.
We start our list with a place consistently rated as one of the best skateparks in Melbourne. A large street square contains staples such as ledges, double sets, folds, banks, and hand pads. The park also hosts a mini capsule bowl and a large kidney bowl with a concrete cover. “Franga,” as Melbourne skaters know it, designed and built by Convic. It is a great venue for both vert and street skaters.
River slide Skate Park:
Located in Melbourne’s beautiful Alexandra Gardens overlooking the Yarra River. Riverside Skate Park is a 1,800-square-meter paradise. With various obstacles and skate terrain. This park has proven to be extremely popular. The adjoining store provides visitors with a place to buy. The latest products from some of the best skate brands in the world. Offering lessons is an added benefit for skaters. For those of you who want to work on shredding with the help of an experienced sensei.
Indoor skatepark Ramp Fest:
If you’re looking for an indoor skatepark, Melbourne has several options. RampFest Indoor Skate Park opened in 2008 and is Australia’s largest indoor skatepark. The facility provides all action sports with a recently renovated park.
Attached to the facility is a skate shop that stocks skateboards. And parts from all the popular brands. Despite being one of Australia’s oldest indoor skating venues. The team always installs new ramps. The park also offers a coaching clinic for those looking to improve their onboard skills.
The Shed Skatepark:
Cranbourne’s Shed offers everything most skaters would want in a skatepark. Plus plenty of space to watch and a retail store and kiosk. Designed by skaters in consultation with the community. The park is suitable for all levels of riders. And features a huge street track, vert ramp, bowl, resin, and a state-of-the-art ‘Big Air Bag.’ The entire park has a special ramp surface that ensures a smooth ride. The park is open daily from 10 am to 9 pm. And regularly offers coaching sessions and school holiday camps for youngsters. The Shed might be one of Melbourne’s best skateparks.
Box Hill Skatepark:
Consistently regarded as one of the best parks in the city. This skate park in the Melbourne suburb of Box Hill has a little bit of everything for everyone. With bowls, rails, quarters, and banks plus lines for days, overall, it’s an amusement park. Made of smooth concrete and with a fairly bold color scheme, I’d say Earwax Yellow (that’s the picture). Check out the understated, casual skates.
Noble Park Skate Park:
Another entrant on our list that has a little bit of everything for everyone. Noble Park Skatepark is a modern and well-designed park. That has made fans of even the most dedicated skaters. With large ledges on the street course and a large vert bowl with a pool and a fun snake run.
The park was a joint design and construction project with the organization’s base. Primate Design Group, and the Land Design Partnership.
St Kilda Skatepark:
Built on St Kilda’s Marina Reserve, the skate park is designed for a new generation of skaters. The park can get quite busy with other skaters and the dreaded kids on scooters with a mix of small and medium trays. They say the park is still great, with bowls ranging from 5 to 8 feet. Perhaps the park’s biggest attraction is the use of granite paving in some sections. Such as the park’s loveseat. It grinds much faster than, say, traditional concrete.
Knox Skate Park:
We think a list of skateboarding in Melbourne. The best skateparks in Melbourne wouldn’t be complete without mentioning Knox Skate Park. The biggest attraction of this park is the bowl, measuring 7-8 feet with a 9-foot cradle and 6-foot shallow. The smaller bowl has tight trannie sides and over vert. The street playground has fun ledges and railings. Although it is quite small and is another addition to our list designed by Convic.
The RampFest Indoor Skate Park has undergone a facelift with the design. And construction of one of Greater Melbourne’s best bowling alleys. The private skatepark in Braybrook is one of the few secret skateparks in Melbourne. Where we can have fun even in the rain. There’s also a pretty reasonable exterior section consisting of several quarters, tracks, obstacles. And a super fine 2ft mini ramp. RampFest Indoor Skate Park still features a series of jumps in the middle that are hard to miss for BMX. And scooter shredders. Foam pit trailers for anyone in the game to learn their next trick or send it for fun. The best thing about this skate park is the wooden bowl, where you can imagine how many lines you can find.