One of the more disappointing skateparks that we discovered in Brisbane. Our understanding is that it is meant to be some sort of bowl, although it looks a lot more like a dish or even a plate. The bowl belongs in the skatepark museum as it pre-dates any sort of coping.

The bowl is located in a beautiful park with a running water tap a child playground and a table and chairs that are conveniently undercover. If you are searching for a place for your kid to learn to roll around, we highly encourage you to take them here, they will almost certainly have it to themselves. 

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