Burnie Skatepark is located next to the waterfront in Burnie on Tasmania’s northern coast. The skatepark is among Tasmania’s best concrete creations with a large skateable surface featuring open skate bowls and heaps of street features. The street features are larger than most and probably better suited to BMX’s, however, there are heaps of them and are sure you will find something tailored to your style. The open flow skatepark has banks and transitions for days to amuse any skater, BMX’er, scooter punk or skateboarder.

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New Norfolk Skatepark

New Norfolk Skatepark

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Triabunna Skate Bowl

Triabunna Skate Bowl

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Dover Skatepark

Dover Skatepark

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