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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Fairfield Skatepark

Fairfield Skatepark

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...

Peter Scott Skate Park

Peter Scott Skate Park

Peter Scott Skate Park is also commonly referred to as Moorooka Skatepark and can be found ten minutes south of Brisbane by car in Muriel Avenue Park, Mookooka. The small concrete park has a few mellow street features. Features include ledges, rails, banks, The park...

The Village Indoor Skatepark

The Village Indoor Skatepark

The private undercover skatepark in Brisbane is tailored towards BMX'ers and scooters with a bunch of large wooden ramps. The skatepark can be found in the industrial sector of Coopers Plain in Brisbane and is one of several private skateparks in Queensland. The...