Help bring Warners Beach Park to life

WARNER Beach skate park, an initiative created by the locals for the locals, continues to grow in popularity.

However, the master minds of the family-friendly park are turning to the community for support to continue creating their haven.


Warner Beach boardrider, Oliver Wallace (16) of Warner Beach is one of the many skaters who spend their time perfecting skills on the local ramps. PHOTO: Daniel Dedekind Photography


The local skaters in Warner Beach are working towards the development of a family friendly skate park, where parents and their kids can enjoy the day hanging out at the park.

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“Everyone always said that the kids of the area needed a place to go to do something positive, constructive, a place to learn and work on something instead of giving into the negative influences of society,” said local photographer and skater, Daniel Dedekind (19). “We believe this skate park is our opportunity to help build something for the youth and community along the South Coast.”


To find out more about the project, follow its progress or donate towards the development of the Warner Beach Skate Park, give the Facebook page a like and a follow, then watch this amazing video by the talented Daniel Dedekind.

Warners – A Skate Project by Daniel Dedekind


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Holly Konig

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