Banyo Bowl, located in Brisbane, is an old-school skateboarding spot that could have been way better than it is. This average skate bowl. Nestled in the suburb of Banyo, features a smooth concrete surface, and great transitions, although is shaped like a frying pan. The shallow bowl section provides limited options, whilst the shape limits the opportunities to pump around. If this skate bowl was located in close proximity to your house, of course, you would roll on down and around to skate, however, we wouldn’t recommend wasting your time travelling to skate it as there are way better parks to skate in Brisbane. 

The park on the other hand has a public toilet, lots of seating that is protected shelters a playground and more. 

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