Current as at 12:45pm, Thursday, January 20.

Logan City Council facilities and services operate 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.

Everyone is encouraged to maintain social distancing and good hygiene habits. Wherever possible, everyone should use the Check In Qld app.

From 1.00am Sunday, January 2 face masks will be required in all indoor settings across Queensland except for in the home and where it’s unsafe.

Indoor face mask requirements will include:

  • patrons in all hospitality venues including pubs, clubs and cafes (except when seated)
  • staff and students at schools, childcare and other education facilities.

For more information visit Masks.

As per Queensland Health directives some restrictions apply for those 16 years and older who are not fully vaccinated.

Queensland Health has directed that from 5.00am on Friday, December 17, some restrictions apply for those 16 years and older who are not fully vaccinated. Masks must be worn.

Essential services including supermarkets, hardware stores, pharmacies, post offices, newsagents and clothing stores are open to everyone regardless of their vaccination status.

Churches and places of worship are open to everyone but social distancing and check in will be required.

Other non-essential services including, stores, hotels and clubs may request proof of vaccination.

For more information on current public health measures, visit the Queensland Health website.

You can download a quick reference guide (PDF 52 KB) for what the current Queensland Health measures mean for those visiting Logan City Council venues and events. 

Council facilities

All visitors to Council venues and facilities must use the Check In Qld app (except at some Council waste facilities, as outlined below), wear a mask (unless exempt) and practise social distancing.

The following facilities will not be impacted by Queensland Health vaccine mandates and are open to everyone (mask rules apply in indoor areas):

  • Logan City Council libraries, pools and gyms
  • Council parks and water play areas (no check in required)
  • Customer service centres at Logan Central, Beenleigh and Jimboomba (where possible, residents are encouraged to telephone Council on 3412 3412, or access online services available on this website)
  • The customer counter of the Animal Management Centre at Kingston
  • Outdoor Council events that are not ticketed (including markets)
  • Council-owned indoor sports centres, youth centres and halls (unless the centre is being used for a function).

Those 16 years and older are required to provide proof of double vaccination at:

  • Logan Art Gallery and Mayes Cottage
  • Beenleigh Events Centre and other function venues
  • Indoor entertainment venues including the Logan Entertainment Centre
  • Ticketed outdoor entertainment activities including music festivals
  • Some KRANK school holiday and Active and Healthy activities (program providers will inform attendees of vaccination requirements).

Waste services

Council waste transfer stations and disposal facilities are considered essential services and are open to everyone.

Check in is not required at Council’s waste transfer stations but everyone must social distance.

The Logan Recycling Market will remain closed until further notice.

Animal Management Services

Some operational changes are in place at Logan City Council’s Animal Management Service due to the ongoing spread of COVID-19 in Queensland. Council is temporarily halting some animal related services provided after hours. 

Council officers will continue to provide after hours services that relate to public safety such as responding to dog attacks, wandering aggressive dogs and straying livestock.

Cats or dogs, found outside business hours can be:

  • Placed into Council’s after-hours holding pens at the Animal Management Centre, 213 Queens Road Kingston
  • Taken to a veterinary clinic
  • Kept until the next business day.

There may also be some impacts to regular services provided by Council’s Animal Care team at this time, including delayed responses to non-urgent animal-related customer requests.

Where possible, Animal Care officers will attempt to maintain normal service delivery and will continue to collect contained animals during business hours.

Community members must adhere to public health directions including physical distancing and mask-wearing when in contact with Animal Care staff, to ensure the safety of our community. 

The Animal Management Centre will continue to open at normal hours for the provision of regular services. 

As always, impounded animals will be displayed on our website, please see Impounded animals. Owners will still be able to collect their pets if they are impounded, however we encourage owners to contact the Animal Management Centre via telephone prior to attendance.  

If attending the Animal Management Centre, please wear a mask and closed-in shoes and bring your pets’ carry cage or lead with you.  Customers will be required to check in on entry.  


Funerals in Council cemeteries are not subject to any vaccine mandates but must comply with attendee limits.

This will be managed by funeral directors.

An attendee limit of 1 person per 2 square metres applies for burials.

Close contact changes  

Queensland has adopted a nationally-agreed definition of a COVID-19 close contact and isolation periods for people who have tested positive.

From 12.00am Friday, December 31, a close contact is a household contact of a confirmed COVID-19 case.

A household contact is someone who lives with a case or has spent more than 4 hours with them in a house, accommodation or care facility.

For full details visit COVID Contact Requirements

Testing sites

A drive-through COVID-19 testing clinic is operating at the Logan West Community Centre (2 Wineglass Drive, Hillcrest) from 8.00am to 2.00pm each day. Please call QLD Health on 134 COVID (134 268) for any enquiries about COVID-19 testing. The Logan West Community Centre team will not be able to assist with enquiries relating to testing. 

Police ask those who are attending the facility to queue along Middle Road and Coronation Road before accessing the site through Orr Court. Please do not queue across driveways. Expect delays.

Numerous other testing sites are available across the City of Logan.

For a full list and operating hours, visit Testing and fever clinics

Recent COVID-19 contact tracing (exposure) sites in Queensland, including those in the City of Logan, are listed on the Queensland Health website.

In future, only major events and critical exposure incidents will be added to the list of exposure venues in Queensland.

Vaccination hubs and centres

Vaccination hubs and centres continue to operate in the City of Logan, but operating times vary. Vaccination clinics are not testing sites.

Bookings are required at Metro South Health vaccination centres for children aged 5 to 11. Vaccinations for 5 to 11-year-olds in the City of Logan are only currently available at the Logan Entertainment Centre clinic. Please ensure you have a booking for your child prior to arriving to avoid disappointment.

Walk-ins are available only for people aged 12 and above, due to high demand. To make a booking visit Queensland Government - Getting vaccinated.

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

The Logan Entertainment Centre will continue to be used as a Queensland Health vaccination hub. It will operate all days through to Wednesday, March 23 (closed Friday and Saturday), including the Australia Day holiday. The LEC vaccination hub will operate from 9.00am to 4.30pm and walk-ins are welcome. Booster shots are also available.  

The Logan Hospital vaccination van outside the hospital’s main entrance operates from 9.00am to 3.30pm, Monday to Friday for walk-in appointments only for those aged 12 years and older.

Jimboomba Community Hall in Honora Street is a walk-in Vaccination clinic from 11.30am to 5.30pm on Thursdays and Fridays and from 9.30am to 3.30pm on Saturday and Sundays until Sunday, January 30. The clinic is open to those 12 years and older for Pfizer vaccinations only.

The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Health Service (ATSICHS) has 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 offer Pfizer and AstraZeneca vaccines. Bookings for the ATSICHS clinics can be made online at or by contacting the clinics on (07) 3240 8900.

GPs and some pharmacies are also approved to administer vaccinations.

For those requiring a COVID-19 test, a full list of sites, including those in the City of Logan, is available at Testing and fever clinics - coronavirus (COVID-19).

General information

For the latest COVID-19 advice visit the Queensland Health website

Queensland’s borders were re-opened to fully vaccinated travellers, subject to a number of conditions and requirements, at 1.00am on Monday, December 13, 2021.

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: