Landsborough Skate Park

Landsborough Skate Park

The aging Landsborough Skate Park is showing its age. The late 90’s design is still relevant, but maintenance is the most significant tipping point that suggests this park doesn’t get much use. There are some large cracks that should be avoided. It is...
Beerwah Skate Park

Beerwah Skate Park

The old-school Beerwah Skatepark can be found next to the Aquatic Centre. The skatepark features a huge 6 ft spine and a collection of larger quarters and transitions that form half pipes and an intimidating park to skate. Beerwah Skatepark is more of a BMX park than...
Mooloolah Valley Skate Park

Mooloolah Valley Skate Park

The small street-orientated skatepark in Mooloolalah commonly referred to as Mooloolah Valley Skate Park is pushing well above its weight. For a small park, it certainly jams in a lot of features that any skater, scooter or BMX’er would have no problems. There...
Yandina Skatepark

Yandina Skatepark

The infamous Yandina Skatepark in Queensland’s beautiful Sunshine Coast is something to be reckoned with. The skatepark is notorious for chalkies, so dont forget to bring a broom or leaf blower if you plan on skating. The concrete skateboard park has a great...
Eudlo Skate Park

Eudlo Skate Park

The small concrete patch that makes Tewantin Skatepark is located in beautiful Noosa, on the riverfront. They have designed the park with a couple of newer groovy features that have made the most out of the space. A couple of lines and loops can be created over the...
Palmwoods Skatepark

Palmwoods Skatepark

The skatepark is a sock-standard concrete surface with steel coping. The park features a larger but still mellow open bowl with a spine, hips and pockets. A super fun bowl to skate.  A couple of rails and some banks make up the street features. The skatepark is still...
Tanah Merah Skatepark

Tanah Merah Skatepark

Also referred to as the Tudor Park Skatepark, the Tanah Merah Skatepark is a new park with seamless transitions. The freshcrete at Tanah Merah Skatepark in Loganholme, Queensland, is rad and stuffed with heaps of transitions, along with several street features...
Peregian Beach Skatepark

Peregian Beach Skatepark

What once was a rad skatepark when it was originally opened, has weathered being located next to the beach. It would have been a three-star skatepark in the day. The transitions still hold shape, although the coping has completely rusted out in certain areas. The park...
Tewantin Skatepark

Tewantin Skatepark

The small concrete patch that makes Tewantin Skatepark is located in beautiful Noosa, on the riverfront. They have designed the park with a couple of newer groovy features that have made the most out of the space. A couple of lines and loops can be created over the...
Elimbah Skatepark

Elimbah Skatepark

The weathering Elimbah Skatepark comprises some random concrete bike jumps along with a more recently included concrete slab with several prefab features. The bike jumps are old, uneven, and have a reasonable gap between each jump. The jumps slope down the mountain...
Eagleby Skatepark

Eagleby Skatepark

The old-school Eagleby Skatepark was constructed in either the late 90s or the early 00s by looking at the design. The skatepark has lots of large quarters. A couple of quarters make for a sweet half pipe, the rest cater for a large open bowl arrangement. There are a...
Morayfield Skate Park

Morayfield Skate Park

The notorious Morayfield Skatepark.  The skatepark was designed and constructed by the lads at Concrete Skateparks. The vert half pipe is made out of steel and holds together well, all things considered. There is a cool mini ramp and a few fun features, but the park...
Beenleigh BMX Park

Beenleigh BMX Park

The Beenleigh BMX Park has undergone a huge upgrade to become one of Australia’s premier BMX facilities. The skatepark upgrades cost a whopping 3.1 million dollar bills that we presume would not have been paid in cash. The skatepark is absolutely massive and has...
Caboolture Bowl

Caboolture Bowl

The infamous Caboolture Bowl in Apex Park, next to the beautiful Centenary Lakes Park, lies some old concrete that is part of Queensland skatepark history. The bowl has a deep end with roll-in and a shallow section that forms some sort of mini ramp. The skate bowl is...
Burpengary Skate Park

Burpengary Skate Park

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....
Narangba Skate Park

Narangba Skate Park

Constructed by Concrete Skateparks, the New Narangba Skatepark boasts a rad skate plaza that links into a super rad open flowing bowl. The mellow open bowl is superbly designed and constructed. However, the location should have been a consideration, as the bowl is...
Varsity Lakes Skatepark

Varsity Lakes Skatepark

Varsity Lakes Skatepark has had a recent facelift with a recently constructed street section. The upgraded street section with freshcete is in the middle of the park and replaces the existing one. The rest of the skatepark is otherwise unchanged. The famous Varsity...
Sunshine Beach Skatepark

Sunshine Beach Skatepark

The trending town of Sunshine Beach in Noosa boasts a super cool skatepark that is a very popular park for kids. Located in the Noosa Aquatic Centre, A super busy skatepark with a vert ramp, street section and a bowl. The Sunshine Beach Skatepark has recently been...
Pizzey Skatepark

Pizzey Skatepark

Pizzey Park just keeps getting better and better. It has had so many upgrades and additions added to the park that if it’s not the best skatepark in Australia, it certainly must be one of the largest. Pizzey Park still sports the original old-school skate bowl...