Street Skating Parks

Looking for a place to shred? These street skating parks offer up a variety of elements for you to attack. These include chairs, ledges, stairs, rails, euro gaps and more. Fun boxes combine a few of these elements into one so you can approach it different ways.

If a skatepark has been labelled under street, this means it has a range of skate-able obstacles. You’ll usually find banks or smaller transitions giving you speed to hit the elements and plenty of flat ground. There may also be bowls and other park elements, but there’s enough street to keep you buzzing.

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The only indoor skatepark on the Gold Coast, this spot is wall to wall radness. There's something for everyone to skate at Level Up Skatepark, no matter ...

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How good is it to find a free undercover public skatepark? That's a big tick for the Airlie Beach Skatepark with its open sides and roof overhead. Also ...

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This Bracken Ridge Skatepark is relatively new in Brisbane. According to Brisbane City Council, consultation for the park's design was still underway in ...

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Flagstone, Undullah QLD 4280, Australia

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

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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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Tucked in behind the car park for the Bayside PCYC is the Lota Skatepark. The obstacles are spaced out here as there is a lot of flatland. The skatepark ...

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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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Wooloowin Skatepark is in the inner Northern Suburbs of Brisbane in Melrose Park. For locals around the area it will be better know as a kids play and ...

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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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This is a small street style skatepark with just a few elements. There’s a 4ft flat bank that heads down to a pyramid with a flat down rail. On the other ...

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Victoria St, Lismore NSW 2480, Australia

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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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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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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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The Coorparoo Skatepark is approximately 5km south east of the Brisbane CBD. It is located at the Common Park, 92 Cambridge St, Coorparoo. The park is a short ...

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Coolangatta Skatepark is a small streetscape style park with the biggest element being a 3ft quarter. It’s setup with ledges, square track with corner rails ...

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Jindalee Skatepark is about 12km south west of Brisbane, south of the Brisbane River. The easiest way to get there is via Centenary Highway especially if ...

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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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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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