Places to visit
Beenleigh Historical Village and Museum
Beenleigh Historical Village and Museum has more than 20 buildings of historical significance. The region’s first church, school, boot-maker’s shop and post office were in the Beenleigh area. The homes are set up as house museums with old furniture and equipment on display.
Find out more about Beenleigh Historical Village and Museum.
Kingston Butter Factory
The Kingston Butter Factory was built in 1907 and re-clad in brick in 1932. It played an important role in the region's dairy history until the factory closed in 1983.
We are currently transforming the iconic factory. A new outdoor events space is due to open to the community in 2020.
Find out more about Kingston Butter Factory.
Logan Village Museum and Local History Centre
Logan Village Museum and Local History Centre is a great place to find out about the history of Logan Village and its surroundings.
Find out more about the Logan Village Museum and Local History Centre.
Mayes Cottage is Logan's well-known house–museum and is one of the city's oldest buildings. The Mayes family played a significant role in our local history and they built Mayes Cottage in 1887. The cottage is situated on a hill in Kingston and is surrounded by gardens and fruit trees. It’s open from Thursdays to Saturdays, 10:30am to 4:00pm. Entry is free and tours are available.
Public art and heritage trails
The City of Logan has self-guided public art and heritage trails. You can download or print out the following trail maps:
- Logan Village to Beenleigh trail guide (PDF 5.55 MB)
- Greenbank to Veresdale trail guide (PDF 5.15 MB)
- Logan Central to Kingston trail guide (PDF 2.36 MB)
- Underwood to Eagleby trail guide (PDF 2.52 MB)
- Browns Plains to Meadowbrook trail guide (PDF 3.29 MB).
You can also use our interactive trail map to plan your visit.
The Logan River Tinnie Trail is a great way to explore history on the water. Some of our most significant sites and landmarks are along the Logan River.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history and heritage is an important part of our community. At Yugambeh Museum Language and Heritage Research Centre you can explore the history, language and culture of the original people in our area.
Yugambeh Museum is open to the public on Wednesdays from 10.00am to 2.00pm, or by appointment.
Find out more about Yugambeh Museum Language and Heritage Research Centre.