Morley skatepark use to exist as a metal ramp park but funding was secured and in late 2012 a new super smooth concrete park replaced it bringing a whole new set of obstacles to the park. The new layout is much more original and gives users a much more varied and challenging set of lines.
It features a little bit of everything and the new skatepark holds a open bowl with a small extension that is set up in such a way that it can be used as a mini ramp as well. Following off from the open side of the bowl is a stair set with handrail which leads into a driveway with grind rail al the way down the middle and a pyramid and hubba on either side. Adjacent to this is a spine adjoined to a pump bump that leads into the end of the area which features a long contoured mini ramp. There are also ledges and grind rails leading along the opposite side in a line.
This skatepark has been completely rejuvenated through this redevelopment turning it from a standard council build and layout to something a lot more special and unique. It is definitely worth heading down here as you could easily spend a day here lay out all the lines.
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Morley train station: Exit Morley station onto Station Road and head west until you reach Queenway on your left. Take this road and follow it until you see Morley skatepark on your right.
Queensway bus stop: Exit the bus and Morley skatepark should be in sight.
There are no onsite toilets but there are free to use facilities nearby.