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Sunshine Beach Skatepark

Sunshine Beach Skatepark

The Sunshine Beach Skatepark is one of the many awesome skateparks in the area.

It’s popular among skaters for being smooth, so it’s perfect for practising your tricks.

Sunshine Beach Skatepark, Skateboard Street Course, Half-Pipe, Bowls

The park’s features include a mini-half pipe, flat bank, jersey block, rollover with A-frame hubba, A-frame with flat steel rails, love seat quarter pipe, and a taco-shaped corner. A shelter and seats are provided too, which come in handy for visitors and spectators. The main highlight is the first in-ground skate bowl in the Shire. Entrance to the park is free of charge, so everyone can come and enjoy the variety of features.

The Sunshine Beach Skatepark is a well-loved outdoor skate park. It can get busy sometimes as it’s pretty popular among older kids. It was designed by renowned skatepark designers Council and Convic and unveiled in September 2017. Council and Convic is known worldwide for their excellent construction and design.

Skateboarding is deeply ingrained in the local culture and is quickly growing in popularity. Its roots in Australia can be traced as far back as the ’60s, though back then, the boards available were very simple: sometimes, surfboards with roller-skate wheels attached to the bottom.

But it wasn’t until the early 70’s when the famous Z Boys made skateboarding mainstream. This was also due to the invention of urethane wheels by Frank Nasworthy. It continued to get more famous by the day, and by the ’90s, it was considered an edgy street sport.

Sunshine Beach Skatepark should be on your list when visiting amazing skateparks on the coast.

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