It's probably the most famous place to skate in Melbourne, where rounds and tricks by worldwide skaters have been filmed. Although there are skate stoppers on most of the obstacles, the skating doesn't stop and it continues to be one of the mosted visited spots in the city. In fact, it was thought that putting sand under the ledges would stop the skaters but the spot won as in the end, this created many gaps, which in turn made it more fun. The spot is characterised by the ledges and gaps that fill the plaza as well as its closeness to many other spots in the area. Thousands of skaters have left their mark at this spot, especially Lewis Marnell, a Melbourne local who showed his skills there with his Firing Line for Thrasher Magazine and his execution of a gnarly switch frontside flip on the sand gap. Respect.
Ledges, Manual pads
- 712 km from Melbourne Museum Sydney - New South Wales, Australia
- 7449 km from Melbourne Museum Shenzhen - Guangdong Province , China
- 8065 km from Melbourne Museum Shanghái, China
- 10352 km from Melbourne Museum Kimberley - Northern Cape Province , South Africa