Concrete Skate Bowl

Who doesn’t love a good ol’ concrete skate bowl? There’s a feeling you get when carving the curves that is something else. And the sound when grinding on pool coping is just music to my ears. But sentiments aside, if you’re looking to skate a concrete bowl, there are plenty to choose from.

Some a lot bigger than others, like Elenora which is just a beast. Then there’s the smaller kind where beginners can learn to chicken scratch, and those with experience can nail down new lip tricks.

We’ve skated and covered almost every skatepark in the south-east that has a bowl. There’s photos, info, addresses and videos for plenty of parks that are worth a roll. Just be sure to read the comments, or add your own, as some you’re better off avoiding.

Always remember, shred till ya dead!

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A private skatepark located on Brisbane's southside. The GodBowl is more than just a sweet ol' school pool style bowl. There's also a ramp, mini bowl and ...

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Mildura Skatepark is located right next to the Murray River in Muldura, on the border of Victoria and NSW. The park has a street section as well as a bowl. ...

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548 Beenleigh Rd, Sunnybank QLD 4109, Australia

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Banyo Bowl is a horseshoe shaped shallow three foot bowl. There's nothing else her but the bowl, like others you see at the likes of Holland Park and ...

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Woolloongabba Bowl is in Raymond Park on Wellington St East Brisbane. Being close to the city there are of course train and bus options nearby. This bowl is ...

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Nundah Bowl is on Flower Street in the oddly named Plaisted Place Park at Northgate. The 306 Bus stops closest and Northgate Train Station is a few hundred ...

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Buhk Park, Alexandra Parade, Alexandra Headland QLD 4572, Australia

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6 Beerburrum St, Dicky Beach QLD 4551, Australia

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The Gap Bowl is near the soccer fields off Glen Affic St which you can get to from Waterworks Rd. Its across the road from The Gap Village Shopping Centre. ...

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The Sugar Bowl Mackay Skatepark was upgraded in 2018 at a cost of $2.2 million. It has all the bells and whistles attached with a 12ft competition bowl, ...

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Like with some other smaller Brisbane parks, the main features at Deagon Skatepark are a street section and a bowl. The street section has a bank and 5 foot ...

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61 Murray Lyons Cres, Annandale QLD 4814, Australia

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Ferny Grove Skatepark is in Bob Cassimaty park off Samford Rd in Ferny Grove. At the entry there are two banks with a sloped rail that leads out to the main ...

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River St, Ballina NSW 2478, Australia

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Thornlands Skatepark is a fast and smooth with a lot on offer. Different sections, lines, and obstacles. It’s setup is that of a modern street style park ...

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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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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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Dreamworld Pkwy, Coomera QLD 4209, Australia

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The Pizzey Park Skatepark bowl is iconic on the Gold Coast and known throughout Australia. The old school pool bowl opens up to the water and is still ...

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Runaway Bay Skatepark is popular both day and night, 7 days a week. You'll find both skateboards and bikes here from around 9am to 9pm each day thanks to ...

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The old Runaway Bay Bowl is a simple old school concrete skate bowl that’s been given a new lease on life. Having been resurfaced it’s smooth enough to ride ...

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Varsity Lakes Skatepark was given a major face lift a few years back. It has gone from a small street style setup with banks and quarter to being a pretty ...

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Paddington Skatepark is arguably one of Brisbane’s most popular skate spots. According to Brisbane City Council the upgrades to the park were ...

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Tweed Skatepark stands out from other skateparks thanks to some big yellow metal structures. Lined up along a pathway on the main rd, it’s hard to miss. ...

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Tickle Park, David Low Way, Coolum Beach QLD 4573, Australia

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Fourteenth Ave, Kedron QLD 4031, Australia

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Jubilee Park, in the heart of Beaudesert, is the location of the Beaudesert Skatepark. This is definitely not one for the street skaters. The only street ...

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Capalaba Skatepark is about 20 kms East of brisbane towards the Redland Bay area.  This definitely one of the better parks in Brisbane, yet its a hike ...

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If you love your skate bowls then Alex is the spot in Redland you’ll want to visit. The Alexandra Hills Bowl has two side by side. The bowls are joined by ...

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This place is iconic. It has a full pipe, the first ever in Australia, and a big fast bowl. Transitions range from 8ft in the shallows to over 12ft and then ...

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The Ormeau Skatepark has a little bit of everything for those that enjoy street skating. Banks, ledges, hips, stairs, volcano, ledges, mini quarters, hubbas, ...

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One of the bigger and better skateparks on the coast. Nerang Skatepark is a great place to spend some quality time with your board. The big U bowl is smooth ...

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Wallerawang Drive, Goonellabah NSW 2480, Australia

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Sibley St, Nimbin NSW 2480, Australia

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