Bondi Beach Skate Park
Considered one of Sydney’s best skateparks, if not for its varied course that includes a variety of ramps, grinds and jumps, but for its unspoiled view of beautiful Bondi Beach, the Bondi Skatepark is a great source of pride for local skaters, as well as visiting skaters, who grind, ollie and kickflip the days away, almost every day.
First established in 1991 as just two side-by-side ramps, the skatepark underwent significant redevelopment in 2004, which saw Waverley Council consult heavily with the community, and resulted in the current skate park. Now, with an extensive street course that boasts your traditional block and rails, plus plenty of opportunities to tranny, the Bondi Skatepark regularly draws the most experienced skaters around Sydney, as well as professional ones, looking for a place to skate while they’re in town.
But it’s the Bondi Skatepark’s bowl that is the real drawcard, which is so impressively huge, it’s unlike many other neighbourhood skate bowl in the country. Since 2005, the Bondi Skatepark has played host to the annual Bowl-a-Rama event, professional concrete series that began in Bondi and is now the largest in the world.
The Bowl-a-Rama event is held annually, but that doesn’t stop our local skaters from drawing a crowd all year round. So next time you’re down on the beachfront, do drop on by!
Getting There: The Bondi Skatepark is located on the northern end of Bondi Park, on Queen Elizabeth Drive.
Highlights: Unique street course and competitively-sized skatebowl.
Don’t Forget: The annual Bowl-a-Rama event held each February.