Designed and constructed by the crew at Concrete Skate Parks, the Fairfield Skatepark opened in 2003 and has been a popular destination for skaters, scooters and BMX’ers.

The skatepark can be found on Home St, in J.F.O’Grady Memorial Park, just a short skate south of Brisbane City.

Fairfield Skatepark features a unique clover-shaped concrete bowl with steel coping, a comprehensive street section and a couple of mini ramps that connect with a spine.

A fun skatepark that has been maintained and well looked after over the years. It is hard to believe this park is as old as it is and one of many amazing skateparks in Brisbane to add to the collection.

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