Got wheels? We have an abundance of skateparks right across the Clarence Valley:
Iluka, cnr Owen & Spenser St
Details: Here, you'll find an open area bordered by transitions with an adjacent bowl end, various ledges, and a grind rail. The skate park is small, but well-designed and in good condition.
Yamba, cnr River & Coldstream St
Details: This park has a mini ramp with extension, in combination with some street elements and small quarter pipes. It is currently in the process of a design upgrade, which will include an advanced clover bowl, further intermediate and beginner street elements, better hangout spaces, seating, shade, and complimentary landscape features. Council plans on upgrading this park next financial year.
Wooloweyah, Lakes Blvd
Details: This skate spot consists of a concrete slab, angled at one corner to create a bank. There is a block wall adjacent with an associated concrete slab and basketball hoop.
Maclean, Wherrett Park, Rannoch Ave
Details: A good-sized skate park with lots of transitions and an open bowl, the park is in poor condition for skate boarding and is recommended for bike riders only.
Grafton, cnr Prince & Oliver St
Details: The Grafton skatepark has an open area bordered by transitions to form an open bowl. With a large streetscape, bowl, fun box, grind poles and ramps it's a great park for all levels.
Glenreagh, Boundary St
Details: An older skate spot with low transitions, ramps, and grind areas.
Junction Hill, Summerland Way
Details: This small concrete bowl with rounded lip was built in the 1970s. Be warned, it has no coping.
Coutts Crossing, Armidale Rd
Details: The skate park at Coutts has a mini ramp with extension, no platform and a 6-foot 'U' pipe. There are also transitions and stair features.
Copmanhurst, Federation Park, Cambridge St
Details: This small concrete park has a mini ramp with banks, hips, and flowy transitions.
Wooli, Carraboi St
Details: With plenty of mellow street features and several different size ledges, along with a single flat square rail, this skatepark is a favourite. It also has small quarter pipes that allow for free-flowing open space riding.