Woodridge Bowl in Woodridge, Brisbane, is a waste of space located in Oates Park, adjacent to the Logan Ross Football Club. While some may have mixed opinions about it, it is important to note that skatepark preferences can vary widely. Woodridge Bowl is still considered and described as a concrete skatepark, although there isn’t much more than just a concrete slab. The skatepark’s location within the extensive suburbs of Brisbane makes it easily accessible for local skaters to access. 

It is one of several bowls scattered around Brisbane that appear to have all been built at the same time and with the same design. At least it is a great spot for kids to learn to skate and roll around. 

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