Logan Skateparks

Logan City stretches from Beenleigh across to Springwood and Browns Plains, then down to Jimboomba. It is wedged between the Gold Coast and Brisbane. There are a lot of Logan Skateparks, some of which are off the charts, others not even worth a roll.

We’ve skated each and every and taken a load of happy snaps during our sessions. There’s a write up on each including heights, obstacles and surfaces. Then we’ve made it so you can add your own reviews and read others. This way you know what’s worth shredding.

Find a Skatepark in Logan

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Update: The Beenleigh Skatepark has undergone a massive upgrade. Basically the entire thing was ripped down and rebuilt. There are still massive ramps ...

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Flagstone, Undullah QLD 4280, Australia

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It is difficult to understand why this was ever built this way. It’s even more difficult to understand why the Logan city council would include the Edens ...

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The council must have had the smallest bit of concrete left over from building Crestmead Skatepark up the road and used it here. Because this bowl is small, ...

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The Crestmead Skatepark has a little bit of everything. A round bowl, cornered 3 sided bowl, quarters, halfpipe, stairs, rails, fun box, hubbas, ledges, ...

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This place just keeps getting bigger and bigger. Multiple upgrades, including one is recent times, sees Browns Plains Skatepark as being one of the best in ...

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Jimboomba is only a small skatepark, but it has some fun elements. A recent upgrade extended Jimboomba Skatepark to now include a 5 1/2ft bowl with hips ...

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Underwood Park Skatepark is smooth and fast with a bowl and a street section. The bowl is a double with spine, bank and roll through. One side is 5ft, the ...

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Windaroo Halfpipe is an old concrete beast with 5ft transitions. There’s no coping and it’s rough as guts. It comes complete with a few side banks leading ...

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An old school bowl made in the same style as many from the late 80’s in south east Queensland. The Boronia Heights Bowl however is taller in comparison to ...

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Marsden Bowl is a near identical copy of skate bowls that showed up all around Logan and Brisbane during the 80’s. I had one of these as my local growing ...

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Ison Park Skatepark is in the bushland area at the back of Greenbank. The flatland was originally a half court basketball court. With the hoop removed, it ...

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Woodridge Skatepark is good sized park with a bitumen base that is starting to crack and warp. Concrete is on the older rougher side also so it’s pretty ...

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Eagleby is a concrete skatepark surrounded on 3 sides by banks and transitions. Heights range from 3 to 6ft with a combination of banks, hips, extensions ...

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More commonly known as Shailer Park Skatepark, this is a small street style park with a range of different obstacles. The park flows around a central grass ...

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On the corner of the Greenbank Recreation reserve sits the prefab Greenbank Skatepark. It’s made up of 4 elements bolted to a concrete slab. On one side ...

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In a valley on Greenhill Road is where you’ll find Wearing Park and the Munruben Mini Ramp. The halfpipe is 4ft in height, with 5ft extension sitting opposite ...

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Sitting by the banks of the Logan River is the Bethania Skatepark. It’s only a small park and the setup is a little different. It starts off with a 5ft ...

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This is a smooth fast Y shaped park with some street elements as well as transitions. The transitions at Tudor Park Skatepark range from 3ft to 5ft with the ...

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Logan Village Skatepark is a good size with a mix of transitions, street elements, levels and lines. The park starts with a 3 sided 2ft micro bowl with metal ...

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Springwood has an old school rounded dish style bowl that’s 2ft high without coping. There are also a few banks, 3ft quarter with coping, wedge and rail, ...

What’s worth visiting ?

Some of our favourite Logan Skateparks include Underwood Park, Tudor Park, Jimboomba, Browns Plains and Logan Village. These skateparks have a mix of both street and transition elements and are well worth a skate, even for those outside of Logan.

The council is also looking at redeveloping the Beenleigh BMX and Skate Park with community consultation underway.

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