Steve Hammond Author
Steven has over 15 years’ experience in landscape architecture with a project focus on the public domain that ranges from strategic to detailed design, documentation and realisation.
Designed by GroupGSA and Convic as an inclusive space, Sydney Park Skate Park is a drawcard even for those who won’t be dropping into a three-metre bowl anytime soon. The location of the skate park allows everyone to enjoy the skating action, much like an outdoor theatre.
“We didn’t want the skate park tucked away out of view. We located it right on Sydney Road so that activity in the park is visible from the street. On the other side, a grassy hill creates a natural amphitheatre, where people can sit, have a picnic and check out the thrills and spills playing out below,” GroupGSA project design director Steve Hammond explained.
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