Skate Park

A skate park (also Skate Facility) is a purpose-built recreational environment for skateboarders, roller skaters, rollerbladers and BMX riders to ride and develop their technique. A skatepark may contain half-pipes, quarter pipes, handrails, funboxes, vert ramps, pyramids, banked ramps, full pipes, pools, bowls, snake runs stairsets, and any number of other objects.

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Useful Life

The useful life of a skate park vary considerably, depending upon a range of environmental and other factors.

The table below shows the useful life for skate parks adopted by Councils or published elsewhere. A useful life of about 30 years seems to be typical. Please feel free to add your Councils information below.

Council Adopted Life
Camden Council 50 years
Muswellbrook Shire Council 80 years
Shoalhaven City Council 50 years

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