Here is a complete list of skateparks in Gold Coast:
Complete List of Gold Coastâ€™s Skateparks:
Coomera Skatepark * Old concrete mini with banks and an added street course.
42 Beattie Road, Viney Park next to Dreamworld, Coomera.
Mount Tamborine Skatepark * Small obstacles sloping down into the larger end bowl. Bring broom.
Main Street, North Tamborine Helensvale Skatepark * Varying sized quarters, pyramid and roll-ins. Small bowl. 84 Discovery Drive, Discovery Park, Helensvale.
Helensvale Ditch * Old school rounded lip ramp with no flat.
Corner Discovery Drive & Wolvi Place, Helensvale. Runaway Bay Skatepark * Small bowls with spine. Good lines. Nice hips with rail and banks. New street elements. Oxley Drive, Runaway Bay. Runaway Bay Bowl * Old concrete capsule bowl. Rough flat bottom. Lae Drive, Runaway Bay.
Pacific Pines Skatepark * Epic grind lines. Fun park, banks, pyramid, ledges and tray. Small bowl.
Corner Pitcan Way & Brockman Way Reserve, Pacific Pines.
Arundel Bowl * Three sided bowl with nothing but roll-in. Only if you are bored.
156 Olsen Ave at the back of the park, Arundel.
Hunt Park Halfpipe * Old-school 10 foot halfpipe with roll-ins and heavily chunked lip. No flat.
165 Musgrave Avenue, Keith Hunt Park, Labrador.
Molendinar Bowl *Old small bowl with snake run. Bonus roller rink.
2 Nerang Road, Silver Bridle Park, Molendinar.
Nerang Skatepark * Thoughtful combination of bowls and skate plaza. Hobbit hole in one section of the bowl
Service Road off of M1 Motorway, Arthur Earl Park, Nerang.
Canungra Skatepark * Long quarter with a banked three sided box in the middle. Flat banks and a hip in the opposite corner.
Moriarty Sporting Complex off Coburg Road, Canungra.
Pizzy Skatepark * Iconic 80's bowl and insane new bowl. Large street course, quarters, pyramid, grind rails.
80 Pacific Avenue, Pizzy Sports Complex, Miami.
Mudgeeraba Skate Park * Small concrete street course.
Somerset Drive, Firth Park, Mudgeeraba.
Varsity Skatepark * Diverse street section and tranny. Cradle, vert wall, pump humps and hips.
1 Cassia Drive, Varsity Lakes
Elanora Skatepark * Eight to ten foot bowl only. Full pipe! Metal and pool coping and a vert wall, tiled corners.
KP McGrath Dr off the M1, Elenora.
Currumbin Bowl * Old school dougnut bowl from the 80's
Dynatorus Bowl, Thrower Drive, Currumbin
Tugun Skate Park * Concrete halfpipes, pyramid, fun box, ledges, banks, hips, grind rails.
Boyd Street, Betty Diamond Park, Tugun
Coolangatta Skatepark * Quarter pipe around half. Small banked hip at one end, pyramid, grind rail, manual pad, spine. Rough.
2 Lanham Street, Goodwin Park, Coolangatta. South Tweed Skatepark * Diverse bowl lines. Ledges, a steep bank, hip with a wallride. Heffron St, South Tweed, QLD Springbrook Skatepark * Small street section, very tight. 3 Carricks Rd, Springbrook
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