Logan is Queensland’s third largest city and one that is young, dynamic and booming with growth. Logan is a city full of vitality with a rich history and beautiful natural areas – a combination which has successfully created the best of urban and living.
Home to 500 parks, the beautiful Logan River, five libraries, local art galleries and a world class University, is it any wonder Logan has become one of the fastest growing cities in Queensland? The city comes alive on the weekends with loads of things to do and places to go. Families can pack a picnic lunch and head to a riverside park like Meadowbank or Alexander Clark Parks. Immerse yourself in natural beauty at the Daisy Hill State Forest, incorporating the Daisy Hill Koala Centre, or the Springwood Environmental Park.
Surround yourself with culture at the Logan Art Gallery or the Kingston Butter Factory, home to a museum, theatre and arts and crafts’ Co-op. Op-shoppers should not pass up the opportunity to visit the Logan Recycling Market at Browns Plains to snare themselves a bargain.
Whatever your tastes, Logan has something for everyone. Situated in the heart of south east Queensland, Logan is easily accessible from all directions by car, train, bus or coach. This ideal location, coupled with competitive rates and added incentives, has seen a boom in small business numbers and corporate growth.
Sister City and Friendship agreements with seven cities in China, Japan and Taiwan, have resulted in firm international relations for Logan business. Logan’s vision of ‘A City for Family, Lifestyle & Business’ forms the basis of all future development, making Logan an ideal location to live, work and play.