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PLEASE NOTE: 

MONSTER SKATEPARK IS NOW CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC FOR THE ROYAL EASTER SHOW

YOU CAN STILL RIDE AT MONSTER IF YOU HAVE PURCHASED A TICKET TO THE ROYAL EASTER SHOW. THE COST TO RIDE IS $10 plus HIRE OF EQUIPMENT $10.

MONSTER WILL REOPEN TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC ON SATURDAY 22nd APRIL with the outdoor RAMPS ONLY

Monster Academy Skateboard Program is designed for skaters of all ability levels. From first time skaters to ultimate skate devotees, ALL participants will be challenged during the iSkate Sessions.

Monster Academy sessions begin with the latest in falling techniques and safe skating practises. From there participants are asked to demonstrate fundamental skateboarding skills such as pumping and front side / back side kick turns. Depending on ability levels students are encouraged to reach new heights. This includes the vert wall on the MONSTER ramp! Students are then allocated to the iSkate levels.

The iSkate Levels have been designed to map a progressive set of skills that guide participants safely through primary skateboarding skills. Finally, sessions cool down with an Ollie workshop. Whether you are just learning to pop or are just so close to laying down a kick, heel, or tre flip, you are sure to have the support of an accredited iSkate instructor.

The Monster Academy Levels

The Levels work on guided self-discovery with an emphasis on safety, skill and supervision. Skaters will not only improve their skills but also learn key essentials such as safe falling techniques, gain in self confidence in a skate park environment and understand how to set and achieve goals.

The iSkate levels have been designed to ensureskaters of all ability levels will be challenged. From basic skills right through to competitive skating, the i.S.k.a.t.e levels have allowed skaters finally to see a clear and defined path in their skateboarding progression. First time skaters are given a professional inside perspective to the progressions of skateboarding. 6000 skaters can’t be wrong!