Brisbane Skateparks

There are a lot Brisbane Skateparks that are worth a visit. The council has over 20 and there’s a few good private indoor setups.

Albany Creek Skatepark

Albany Creek Skatepark

Albany Creek Skatepark is easily be one of the better places to ride in the more northern region of west Brisbane. It seems the bus is the best option to get there if using public ...

Balmoral Skatepark

Balmoral Skatepark

Balmoral Skatepark is the latest Convic designed park opened up in the Brisbane area. It’s actually on the border of Balmoral and the neighbouring suburb Morningside. Closest street access is ...

Banyo Bowl

Banyo Bowl

Banyo Bowl is a basic shallow bowl and nothing else to ride apart from it.  It’s next door to a council building and pretty conveniently close to the train station. Banyo Bowl Features ...

Bellbowrie Skatepark

Bellbowrie Skatepark

Bellbowrie Skatepark is in Brisbane’s south west near Jindalee. It doesn’t seem to be very widely known but its a hidden gem. It's located at Booker Park in Bellbowrie next to the Sports and ...

Bracken Ridge Skate Plaza

Bracken Ridge Skate Plaza

Over on the north side of Brisbane, not far from Sandgate is Bracken Ridge Skate Plaza. Not the easiest to get to on public transport, buses are closer and Sandgate station is a few kms away. It’s a ...

Cannon Hill Skatepark

Cannon Hill Skatepark

Cannon Hill Skatepark is on the border of the two suburbs Murarrie and Cannon Hill. The skate park is in the Murarrie Recreation Reserve off Wynnum Road. Cannon Hill Skatepark Features The ...

Coorparoo Skatepark

Coorparoo Skatepark

On the inner east side of Brisbane is Coorparoo Skatepark. It's in a park called the Common Park off Cambridge Street in Coorparoo. This is a really good spot in Brisbane with a lot of street ...

Deagon Skatepark

Deagon Skatepark

Deagon Skatepark is on the northside of Brisbane near the sports oval at Sandgate, off Board Street. The public transport options are good. You’ve got the bus stops on Board St close by, also ...

Deception Bay Skatepark

Deception Bay Skatepark

The Deception Bay Skatepark is next door to the Aquatic and Fitness Centre. Take Bailey Rd off Deception Bay Rd and a right onto Maine Tce. There’s three main sets of lights positioned around the ...

Fairfield Skatepark

Fairfield Skatepark

If you’re looking for a good scoot spot on the inner south of Brisbane, try Fairfield Skatepark. It’s definitely one of the better parks on offer that side of town. It’s easy enough to get to ...

Ferny Grove Skatepark

Ferny Grove Skatepark

Tucked away in the leafy suburb of Ferny Grove in Brisbane’s inner north west is Ferny Grove Skatepark. This is a good spot, just off Samford Road in Bob Cassimaty park. Best thing is ...

Hibiscus Skatepark

Hibiscus Skatepark

Hibiscus Skatepark is at the back of the Hibiscus Sports Complex on Kessels Road in Mount Gravatt. Its a council park that's free to ride, although access is via the sports complex so it is ...

Jindalee Skatepark

Jindalee Skatepark

Jindalee Skatepark is popular with Scooter riders in Brisbane. It’s only about 12 kilometres south of Brisbane and easy enough to get there by Bus. If coming by car take the Sinnamon Rd exit off the ...

Kuraby Skatepark

Kuraby Skatepark

Tucked away behind the train station, Kuraby Skatepark is of the older style that’s a bit rough but with some good sections. It is popular and can get crowded at times. Kuraby Skatepark ...

Wooloowin Skatepark

Wooloowin Skatepark

You'll find Wooloowin Skatepark in Melrose Park. Melrose Park is closest to the suburb of Wooloowin on the inner north of Brisbane. Its just a short jump over from Eagle Junction train station, ...

Find Places to ride your Scooter in Brisbane

Being a capital city some of these spots are jam packed outside of school hours, especially the good ones. But if you’re looking for the best scooter spots Brisbane has to offer, then look no further, ProScooter has you covered.

You’ll find the skateparks with lights highlighted, so you can find places easy to ride at night. There’s also plenty of photos, information and a map for each one.

If you are looking further afield, Brisbane has Logan and the Gold Coast to the south, Ipswich to the west, Redland to the east and Sunshine Coast to the north. Each has unique skateparks and there’s some great places to ride your scooter in these areas.

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