There’ll be a skatestravaganza on the banks of the Clyde when Totem Collective hits Batemans Bay for four days of free skateboarding demos and workshops this week.
Totem’s director Nigel Cameron has invited skaters of all levels – from rank beginner to practised barley grinder – to visit the pop-up skate park off Clyde Street from Friday 12 to Monday 15 February.
“Whether you’re learning to skate or skilling up to your next burly move, we’ll have a safe, creative environment with plenty of support,” Nige said.
Friday and Monday afternoons will feature demos and open skate from 4-6pm. Saturday and Sunday are learn to skate sessions from 10am-12pm for all levels, with open skating ’til 4pm.
The pop-up is a great opportunity for new and existing skaters to learn from some of the best coaches in the country.
This is a COVID-safe event for participants 10 years and older. Bookings essential at https://thetotemcollective.com
The pop-up skate park is funded by the NSW Government as part of the Streets as Shared Spaces program.
Above: Nigel Cameron heads up a team of the Australia’s best coaches at a free, four-day skate workshop on the Bay foreshore next week.