The ageing Burpengary Skate Park is medium to average. The concrete slab makes for the surface that lies four prefab feature obstacles.

The prefab features include quarters, banks, a euro gap and some rails. A basic skatepark that is good to learn on and roll around.

Not to worry, there are many other rad skateparks in the area.

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