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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Archerfield Skatepark

Archerfield Skatepark

Archerfield Skatepark is also commonly referred to as Acacia Ridge Skate Park. The skatepark can be found deep in the southern suburbs of Acacia Ridge, Brisbane, QLD. The skatepark was designed and constructed by the crew at Concrete Skate Parks and has since had a...

Acacia Ridge Skatepark

Acacia Ridge Skatepark

Also referred to as Acadia Ridge Plaza and Acadia Ridge Outdoor Youth Space, the Acadia Ridge Skatepark replaces the previous skatepark with a street-oriantated park. The skatepark features a bunch of banks, slappy curbs and rails. The skatepark is joined in with a...

Sunnybank Bowl

Sunnybank Bowl

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