Located in Glindemann Park Playground is the old-school Holland Park Bowl. The skate bowl is shaped like an open rectangle with banking transitions on three sides. The features are more like banks than quarters and have a mellow roll-in instead of the more conventional steel coping.

The concrete skate bowl is great for kids and beginners to roll around and figure out how to get pumping. There is not a lot else on offer at this skate facility. However, the skate bowl has been well maintained over the years and is one of many skateparks in Brisbane.

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