West Hobart Bowl
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City Hobart
State Not In US
Country Australia
Continent Australia

User submitted by hales

A piece of tasmanian history, built in the early 80s many have grown up skating at this great park. a main feature is 'thrasher' (pictured) ..the final bend into the bowl, with skating above the piece almost a rite of passage for new skaters Tony Alva made a special trip to tas to ride this, and rates it as a personal favorite

WHAT: 100m snake run with 3.5m deep bow at bottom

GOOD: deep fast and flowy

BAD: getting old and a bit rough

PADS: helmet recommended

ADDRESS: 35 Lochner St, West Hobart TAS 7000, Australia

Thrasher Skatepark Rating: 0 / 10
West Hobart Bowl
West Hobart Bowl
West Hobart Bowl
West Hobart Bowl
West Hobart Bowl
West Hobart Bowl

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7.0   (1)
 
 

great spot

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7.0
Reviewed by hales - June 26, 2010
 

amazing atmosphere. this place is covered in great graffiti, surrounded by great stories and frequented by the friendly locals.
the snake holds a few lines for the creative, and the bowl has many vert skate options. loads of fun.

 
 
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