Current as at 10.30am, Thursday, October 21.

Logan City Council facilities and services are operating in line with Queensland Health’s “Roadmap to easing restrictions”.

Council’s top priority is the health and safety of our community, customers and staff.

The following restrictions apply from 4.00pm Friday, October 8:

  • Up to 100 people can gather in homes.
  • No limit for people gathering in public spaces.
  • Community sport: No restrictions.
  • The visiting restrictions at hospitals, aged care facilities and disability accommodation services have eased to match the rest of Queensland.

For the latest advice, including changes to gathering limits, visit the Queensland Health website

Council’s venues and facilities are strictly enforcing all Queensland Health restrictions and guidelines including the wearing of masks, social distancing and use of the Check In QLD app.

We encourage residents to use our telephone contact centre on 07 3412 3412 or online services where possible.

Mask wearing requirements are regularly reviewed by the Queensland Government.

Residents must carry a mask at all times when leaving home, unless they have a lawful reason not to. Masks must continue to be worn in indoor spaces where you cannot socially distance. All school staff and high school students are required to wear masks. Masks can be removed when the wearer is seated.

Anyone working in an early learning, primary, secondary or special school across Queensland can now be vaccinated as a priority. 

This includes childcare educators, teachers, teacher aides, management and administrative staff, groundskeepers, cleaners, locum staff, regular volunteers and other ancillary school and early learning support staff.

For more information on vaccinations visit Queensland Government - Getting vaccinated.

Everyone is encouraged to maintain social distancing and good hygiene habits.

For the latest advice, including changes to gathering limits, visit the Queensland Health website

Vaccination hubs and centres 

Vaccination hubs and centres continue to operate throughout Queensland.

All vaccine hubs are now accepting walk-ins.

Queensland Health’s COVID-19 vaccination clinic at the Logan Entertainment Centre in Logan Central is now open seven days a week from Sunday, September 5, 2021. 

Opening hours are 9.00am to 4.30pm. 

Bookings can be made by visiting Vaccination | Metro South Health.

Queensland Health is also operating a community vaccination hub at Mt Warren Sports Complex, Milne Street, Mt Warren Park (Wednesday to Sunday, 9.00am to 4.30pm).

These are walk-in clinics and no bookings are available. People are asked to attend the clinic at least one hour before clinic closing times.

Eight schools in the City of Logan will operate as vaccination hubs this Saturday (October 23).

The pop-up clinics will operate from 9am to 2pm on Saturday at Flagstone State Community College, Mabel Park State High School, Marsden State High School, Loganlea State High School, Beenleigh State High School, Windaroo Valley State High School, Park Ridge State High School and Shailer Park State High School.

The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Health Service (ATSICHS) is operating vaccination clinics at the following locations:

  • Logan Central GP Respiratory and Vaccination Hub, 5 Charles Ave, Woodridge
  • Logan Dental Clinic, 41 Station Rd, Logan Central 
  • Browns Plains Medical Centre, Village Square, Commerce Drive, Browns Plains
  • Loganlea Medical Clinic, Unit 4, 653 Kingston Rd, Loganlea

These clinics are offering both Pfizer and AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines.

Bookings for the ATSICHS clinics can be made online at or by contacting the clinics direct via the contact details on this webpage.

GPs and some pharmacies are also approved to administer vaccinations.

For the latest information on COVID-19 testing sites visit Testing and fever clinics - coronavirus (COVID-19).

For more information visit Queensland Government - Getting vaccinated.

COVID-19 vaccines

The Australian Government is in charge of selecting, buying and regulating the COVID-19 vaccines.

The Queensland Government is in charge of delivering the vaccine across our state.

For more information about the vaccines visit:

Business support

The Queensland Government has announced a $260 million business support page which includes $5000 one-off grants for all impacted Queensland small and medium businesses.

To be eligible for this particular grant, a business must have an annual turnover of $75,000 or more and have a payroll of $10 million a year or less.

There are also support payments to eligible impacted large businesses in the hospitality and tourism sector in the 11 local government areas currently locked down.

More details are available on the Business Queensland website.