Logan City Centres
The City of Logan is home to a network of activity centres that each play an important role that is complementary and integral to the success of our growing city. Our major centres (Springwood, Logan Central, Meadowbrook and Beenleigh) are all strategically located in proximity to major transport infrastruture and facilitate the development of a significant growth corridor of state significance for infill development, employment and services.
Planning for the Future (Summits and Forums)
A number of summits and forums have been held across the City of Logan to plan for the future of our key areas. The summits and forums are informative and collaborative events with national and international perspectives on how to unlock the economic and place making potential of Logan's centres. This will enable the City of Logan to remain and grow as an interesting and exciting place to live, work, visit, play and do business in. For more information on past and upcoming summits and forums, please see below:
- Springwood Summit (21 October 2016)
- Beenleigh Summit (25 October 2017)
- Logan Village Forum (7 March 2018)
- Logan Central Summit (11 May 2018)
- Meadowbrook (coming soon, September 2018)
3D models for the major centres are available for viewing using the buttons below. The map (PDF 3746 KB) outlines the capture areas for the 3D models and the location of each of the centres within Logan's local government area.
In addition to the individual models available for each of the major centres via the buttons below, there is also:
- a combined 3D model which provides 3D viewing in each of the major centres, and aerial imagery over the remaining areas; and
- interactive mapping available in the Logan PD Hub, which includes 3D and shadow analysis tools in the areas covered by 3D (Springwood, Logan Central, Beenleigh and Meadowbrook).
Our Key Centres
Logan City Council is committed to the future growth and revitalisation of Logan's key centres in a way that:
- elevates the importance of green and social infrastructure;
- ensures our activity centres are well connected at both a regional and local level; and
- provides inclusivity and diversity for all people within the community, with good employment and housing options.
Further information about the City of Logan's key activity centres is available below. The Logan Planning Scheme provides information relating to land use and development in the centres.
Springwood is Logan's principal commercial centre, and South-East Queenland's next CBD, with a vibrant community heart, high tech infrastructure and higher densities closer to the transit centre.
Logan Central is the cultural and civic heart of the city, housing the Logan Entertainment Centre, Logan Art Gallery, Logan City Council Administration Centre, various schools, community centres and the PCYC. It is a place where a diverse and vibrant community comes together to learn, do business, celebrate and socialise.
For further information please see Logan Central.
Meadowbrook is a vibrant and diverse place focused on health and wellbeing, with the Logan River to the south and an extensive open space network to the north, east and west. The Logan Hospital, Griffith University and TAFE Queensland all call Meadowbrook home, along with schools and a number of parks.
For further information please see Meadowbrook.
Beenleigh is a compact and interesting centre known for its fine grain retailing, rich heritage and history. It is strategically located half-way between Brisbane and the Gold Coast, connected to these centres by the Brisbane to Gold Coast rail corridor and the Pacific Motorway.
For further information please see Beenleigh and Beenleigh Town Square, opened by the Prime Minister in 2016 as a key urban space and a vibrant community heart. Information about the Beenleigh Summit, held in October 2017, is also available.
The City of Logan has a number of other centres which also play an important role in the growth, vitality and sustainability of the city and the opportunities available to residents, businesses, students, investors and visitors.
Logan City Council also undertakes a number of planning studies in local areas to inform future policy and plans. For more information please see Planning & Design Projects.