• A popular spot to ride with locals, the Beaudesert Skate Park has a lot of transitions to get your flow on. Most elements are 4 foot and up so it’s not ideal for beginners. Beaudesert Skate Park Elements The original concrete ramp cut...
  • There’s a bit of a mix at Bethania Skate Park. It has a lot of steep banks and some very low elements as well, so not sure who they built this for. Bethania Skate Park Elements This is a small rectangular park cut into a hill slope. I...
  • Browns Plains is a popular skate park in Logan. After an extension it’s become one of the biggest in the area, and it has a little bit of everything. There’s scooter riders shredding here all day every day and as a bonus it has ...
  • Crestmead Skate Park is a good size with lots to ride and plenty of different lines. There’s heaps of transitions including a few bowls and a halfpipe, as well as a lot of banks, boxes and street. Crestmead Skate Park Elements The ska...
  • Eagleby Skate Park has an old school concrete flavour and is probably due for a makeover. If you’re planning a visit bring a broom, there’s stuff all over this place. Eagleby Skate Park Elements Medium sized rectangular park wit...
  • According to the Logan Council, this is one of their many parks classed as a skate bowl. It’s hard to imagine what went through the designers mind when they built Edens Landing Bowl, but it is what it is. So let’s take a look. E...
  • Small Rhino Ramp Prefab setup on a concrete slab. The Greenbank Skate Park has a very basic layout, and unless you’re a local it’s probably not worth the trip. Greenbank Skate Park Elements On one side of the park there’s ...
  • The Jimboomba Skate Park is pretty small, even after an upgrade. It has a few sections that cater to different styles, including transition and street. The new sections added smooth concrete and are fast. Jimboomba Skate Park Elements The p...
  • The Logan Village Skate Park is a bit out of the way if you’re not a local, but there some good lines through here. It’s a concrete park with a mix between transition and street. There’s stuff here for both beginners and a...
  • This is one seriously smooth and fast place to ride your Scooter. The Loganholme Skate Park has some great banks and transitions, as well as fast lines. If you’ve got style and flow you’ll love this place. Loganholme Skate Park ...
  • One for the beginners, Marsden Bowl is straight out of the 80’s and ready for Scooter Groms to learn flyouts on. What’s more it comes with its very own light, meaning you can roll here at night time. Marsden Bowl Elements ItR...
  • Looking to breathe in some of that fresh country air whilst having a ramp all to yourself? The Munruben Ramp is in a quiet spot to the south of Greenbank. Munruben Mini Ramp Elements The only thing you’ll find worth riding your scoote...
  • Tamborine Village Skate Park is a small concrete street style setup. It is down the hill in a roadside park and not easy to spot from the road. Tamborine Village Skate Park Elements The skate park is rectangular in shape and starts with a l...
  • Tucked away at the back of Rochedale is Underwood Park Skatepark. The park has a smooth surface and is fast. There’s different height quarters around starting at 2 foot. It’s good as you can get your tricks down before taking th...
  • If you’ve ever visited Woodridge Skatepark you’ll know it’s a good size but rough as guts. The bitumen flat is splitting and cracking leaving some sizeable gaps. The transitions aren’t smooth and there’s a lot ...