Our history begins with the Turrbal, Yagara, Yugambeh, and Yugara/Yugarapul Aboriginal peoples.
In the 19th century, Europeans arrived and early colonial life began. Farming communities developed, and World Wars I and II made an impact.
More recently, waves of immigration have shaped Logan into a culturally and socially diverse community with a rich past.
You can use the links below to learn more, or visit our heritage registers for information about sites of significance:
Local Heritage Register – please see Planning scheme policy 4 – Heritage, in the Logan Planning Scheme. You will find the Local heritage register and the Grave site register for the City of Logan in Part 3.