Tucked away on the outskirts of Lismore, NSW, is where you’ll find Caniaba Skatepark. It’s a small concrete skate park and sits on the edge of Adam Gilchrist Oval.
Up one end there’s a 5ft bank with 4ft quarter pipes either side. The quarters have metal coping as does the edges of the bank. In the middle of the park is a fun box with an end to end rail and different angles. Each edge has metal coping. Up the other end is a rounded half concrete bowl without coping, similar to the dish style built in the late 80’s.
In the surrounds you’ll find an oval, tennis and basketball courts, seats and shelter.
Getting to Caniaba Skatepark
Access to the park is via Fredericks Rd and Perradenya Way. Fredericks Rd runs off Caniaba Way, which is the main road back to Lismore and the Bruxner Hwy. The park itself is tucked away behind a line of large trees and not visible from the road. If you park next to the trees on Perradenya Way and make your way through, you’ll find it easily enough. Note that there is no street view for this address.
If you’re looking for something with a bit more nearby you can try Goonellabah Skate Park for street and a bowl, or if prefer ramps then Lismore Skate Park.