Group of diverse people using the seating and path on Loganlea Road

Logan is the fastest growing local government area in Queensland

The City of Logan is on an upward growth trajectory, with the latest ABS figures showing the city is the fastest growing local government area (LGA) in Queensland.

According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, the Estimated Resident Population for the City of Logan at June 2023 is 377,773, an increase of 4.1% from June 2022. That’s an extra 14,714 people calling the City of Logan home in 2023.

Local Government AreaERP at 30 June 2022ERP at June 2023ERP Change 2022-23ERP change %
Gold Coast647,178666,08718,9092.9%
Sunshine Coast355,904365,94210,0382.8%
Moreton Bay496,772510,10413,3322.7%

The 5-year average population growth of the city is 2.88%, noting lower growth years in 2020 and 2021 due to the covid-19 pandemic.

Chart - annual change in estimates resident population

The top 10 growth areas in Logan are

  • Chambers Flat / Logan Reserve (+18%)
  • Greenbank / North Maclean (+13%)
  • Boronia Heights / Park Ridge (+9%)
  • Yarrabilba (+8%)
  • Wolffdene / Bahrs Scrub (+8%)
  • Flagstone (West) / New Beith (+5.7%
  • Edens Landing / Holmview (+5.2%)
  • Browns Plains (+4.1%)
  • Logan Village (+3.4%)
  • Waterford West (+3.4%)

Brisbane, Gold Coast and Logan were the top 3 LGA’s for overseas migration

Logan has the 4th highest population density in QLD (behind Brisbane, Gold Coast and Weipa)