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 keyhole half bowl topping out at 6ft. The 5ft extension has a curved face with a small ledge in the middle. All transitions have metal coping. The platforms around most of the banks and transitions are wide and can be used for speed or tricks.
There’s a few quarters and a bank on top for gathering speed. This gives it that street comp look and feel. A ledge, kinked rail and banks with hips are in front of the top quarters. The long ledge can be approached from either side with a small bank setup just to the left and a larger one to the right.
There are a few concrete and metal seats around the platforms so you can take in the action on breaks or shred them as well. Tudor being a Convic skate park it can be slippery on hard wheels.
The Skate Park is part of a bigger park that has a lot of open space, basketball courts, a playground, seats, shelters, bins and toilets. You can also grab a drink of water at the entrance in the fancy bubbler.
Getting to Tudor Park Skatepark
The skatepark is to the west of the M1 in Loganholme. If you’re travelling north, take the Logan motorway exit, then left again as you leave the M1. There is plenty of off street parking for those driving here. There are also bus stops next to and opposite the park. These can get you to and from the Logan Hyperdome.
I know quite a few people skate this park. I’ve never been there though when anyone else was around. So if you’re a local, or have visited, let us know below with a review.