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Join the Logan Travel the World Passport

The City of Logan is a booming hub of some of the best food from around the world just waiting to be explored. From the familiar favourites of Indian, Chinese and Thai to the emerging Korean, Burmese, African, Arabic and Pacifica cuisines. There are hundreds of hospitality businesses to be found across the city, many […]

Food businesses unite for shared vision

Local businesses have come together to explore ways to be involved in the City of Logan’s expanding food ecosystem. Loganly Grown was launched recently to connect local growers, makers, suppliers and innovators. The Logan City Stories: Businesses Doing Good session was an interactive event hosted by the city’s newest innovation incubator Homebase, run by Griffith University and […]

Michelle Thomson, Eddie Ruska and Leanne Ruska

Spirits of the Red Sand wins Gold at Tourism Awards

Beenleigh-based Spirits of the Red Sand has won gold for Best Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Tourism experience at the 2021 Queensland Tourism Awards, in recognition of their outstanding achievements and resilience over the past two challenging years. Spirits of the Red Sand is a relatively new addition to the tourism offerings in Queensland, however that […]

Logan Village Place to Play

Top planning awards for City of Logan projects

Logan City Council projects have picked up top planning awards in 2021, with The Logan Village Place to Play project winning the Planning Institute of Australia Queensland 2021 Overall Winner Award. Planning Institute of Australia Queensland 2021 Awards for Planning Excellence The Logan Village Place to play project won the Planning Institute of Australia (PIA) […]

City of Logan Mayor Darren Power gets some sewing tips from machinists Charlene Kim (left), of Kuraby, and Annabella Lewis, of Marsden.

Logan looks within for new jobs growth

The creation of a strong well-trained local workforce to fill local jobs is a key focus of a new employment initiative launched today by City of Logan Mayor Darren Power. The Mayor’s Local Jobs and Skills Taskforce will develop programs with employers, service providers and training organisations to ensure skills being taught align with available […]