About Logan City
Logan is home to more than 350,740 people from more than 234 different cultures. Around 50 per cent of residents are aged 34 or younger.
Logan is home to many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. Traditional Custodians represent the original Aboriginal inhabitants of the area. There are also Elders and people who have come to live and work in the City.
Traditional Custodians include:
- Turrbal peoples
- Yagara language speaking peoples
- Yugambeh language speaking peoples, including Mununjali and Wanjeburra peoples, and
- Yugara / Yugarapul peoples.
New estates flourish as our city grows. Our residents enjoy a range of housing options, from leafy suburbs to bushland acreage.
Logan is located between Brisbane, Ipswich and the Gold Coast. We have easy access to the national highway and rail networks.
Logan has more than 1,100 environmental and recreational parks. Many of our parks feature dog off-leash areas, exercise facilities, play equipment and skate ramps.
Lovers of sport and recreation can find plenty to do in Logan. Our facilities include golf courses, aquatic facilities and indoor sports centres.
Logan has a range of attractions that capture the city's history and cultural diversity. You can visit one of Logan's oldest houses, Mayes Cottage in Kingston. You can also wander through the tranquil gardens of the Chung Tian Buddhist Temple at Priestdale.
The Logan Entertainment Centre is the city's premier entertainment venue. It hosts a variety of events from theatre shows and concerts to exhibitions, school productions and awards dinners.
Arts, culture and heritage
Our community offers a range of arts, culture and heritage for you to visit.H2: Arts, culture and heritage
Our Leisure centres are located in Crestmead, Springwood, Mount Warren Park and CornubiaH2: Leisure Centres
Logan Entertainment Centre
Our entertainment centre hosts a range of events from theatre shows and concerts to exhibitions, school productions and awards dinners.H2: Logan Entertainment Centre
See our directory of parks in Logan