Logan City Council employs Park Rangers who actively patrol Logan's network of parks, bushland and recreation areas in vehicles and on motorcycles. Park Rangers aim to create a safe environment for all park users by educating the public on the appropriate use of parks and enforcing Local Laws.
Logan City Council and Queensland Police have formed partnerships which includes Police trail bike riders and Park Rangers teaming up and patrolling parks to promote public safety and deal with the illegal use of motorcycles on Council's parklands.
These joint Police / Park Ranger trail bike patrols have proved to be an effective means of patrolling Logan's parks and getting the message across that illegal riders will not be tolerated.
Contact numbers for Park Rangers are:
- Monday to Friday (during office hours)
07 3412 3412
Please contact Policelink in relation to after hour issues such as behavioural problems, alcohol related offences and curfew breaches, and you will be directed to your nearest local police station:
Volunteer as a Honorary Park Ranger
Honorary Park Rangers work in Logan Urban and Bushland Parks, monitoring park usage, reporting illegal use and educating the public on the appropriate use of Logan City Council parks.