Albury's new $3.6 million obstacle park open to BMX and scooter riders and skateboarders

Anthony Bunn
Updated November 18 2021 - 12:59pm, first published November 16 2021 - 2:30pm
Having a dip: Al Taylor sweeps around the 3.6 metre deep skate bowl at the new David Street hub for boarders, BMX riders, scooter users and basketballers. The drawcard will be officially opened on December 11. Picture: ALBURY COUNCIL
Having a dip: Al Taylor sweeps around the 3.6 metre deep skate bowl at the new David Street hub for boarders, BMX riders, scooter users and basketballers. The drawcard will be officially opened on December 11. Picture: ALBURY COUNCIL

AFTER seven months of construction, Albury's new $3.6 million skate park opened to rave reviews yesterday.

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Anthony Bunn

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