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Three of the Best Skate/BMX Parks on Brisbane's South Side

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by M.T. Ellis (subscribe)
M.T. Ellis is a freelance writer living in Brisbane who enjoys getting out and about with her husband and their dogs. She published her debut novel, Azrael, in May 2017 and is currently writing her second book.
Published August 25th 2014
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Kuraby Skate Park
Wally Tate Park, Beenleigh Road, Kuraby

This concrete skate park is small, but well maintained. The skate bowl is made up of two levels and there are plenty of obstacles for the more advanced skater including stairs, wedges, hips, pipes, rails and boxes.

Kuraby Skate Park sometimes hosts competitions and demos from touring teams and Brisbane City Council often host chill out events at the park.

There are toilets and drink taps available and the park has some shelter from the sun.

Beenleigh BMX Stunt Jumps Facility
Cnr Boundary St & Logan St, Beenleigh

The BMX facilities are located between Doug Larsen Park and Chris Green Park in Beenleigh and are of international standard and include Dirt, Vert, Mini Ramp and Street Course.

Skate Park, BMX Track, BMX Beenleigh
Some of the Beenleigh BMX Facilities

This large skate park and BMX stunt jump facility is constructed from ply and metal. There are 7", 8" and 10" half pipes, various rails and boxes.

Drink taps and toilets are available at the park.

Redland Youth Plaza
Old Cleveland Road Capalaba West (next to the soccer ovals)

Also known as Capalaba Skate Park, Redland Youth Plaza is a world-class skate and BMX facility that is suitable for skaters and riders of all skill levels. There is a skateable performance stage that is used for bands and events.

The facilities are made of timber, steel, paving and concrete. They include a 100m long street run that connects to a 6-8 foot bowl with a stepped back vertical wall, plenty of ledges, hubbas, steps and gaps. There are multiple connecting areas that contain things like stalls, rails, ramps, hips, sub boxes, sub rail, bars and manual pads.

There are lights on at the park at night and there is wi-fi internet available.
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Where: Brisbane's Southside
Cost: Free
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