Kemmis Skatepark, located in Queensland, is a well-known skateboarding spot with a rich history. This skatepark has been around for quite some time, making it one of the older skate facilities in the region. One of its standout features is the large open bowl, which provides skaters with ample space to throw down their best tricks. 

It’s worth noting that the condition of the concrete at Kemmis Skatepark has deteriorated over the years. The wear and tear are evident, and the surface has seen better days. Despite this, the park continues to be a popular destination for skateboarders, offering a unique and challenging environment for those who enjoy the thrill of skateboarding.

Despite the degradation of the park, it has seen some upgrades including a solid roof, protecting skaters from the elements. 

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