Unley Bowls. Previous site of the “World Famous in Adelaide” Unley Vert Ramp which the Legend, Tony Hawk once skated. Today two large semi modern bowls are in place. They feature big walls and smooth transitions. The roll in is smooth and accessible to school aged kids. Parking is unfortunately a few hundred metres away adjacent the oval.

They are also beautifully shaded by the gum trees but are also a victim to all of their dropped leaves so remember to bring a broom. Nature play site adjacent by the creek and spooky Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles tunnel at the upstream end.

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