The City of Logan is growing at around 2% per annum with the current population now 326,615. Annual figures from Tourism Queensland indicate that there are approximately 1.047 million visitors annually to Logan City.
It is uniquely located to access the best in South East Queensland, including the Gold Coast tourism destination, immediately to the south. Here are world renowned beaches, hinterland and theme parks, and host city to the 2018 Commonwealth Games. Immediately to the north is the capital city and business hub of Brisbane. Surrounding the City of Logan is the vibrant rural lifestyle and rich farmlands of the Scenic Rim, Lockyer Valley and Darling Downs.
It is a young city, with several fresh and contemporary residential neighbourhoods. New estates are flourishing, giving locals a wide range of lifestyle options from leafy suburbs to bushland acreage.
Logan's cafe, restaurant, hotel and club scene has flourished in recent years. Today in Logan you can experience a diversity of tastes in a range of quality venues. Logan’s cultural diversity makes for a wide variety of dining options.
The natural environment is an important facet to life in Logan, and a popular place to enjoy the bushland and its wildlife is the Daisy Hill State Forest and Daisy Hill Koala Centre and the Berrinba Wetlands, and along the Logan River. More than 200 bird species have been recorded here among the woodland, cane fields, melaleuca and brackish areas, freshwater lake, and open grassland.
The City of Logan is home to several sporting teams. Facilities that currently exist such as the Logan Metro Indoor Sports Centre offer a significant cost advantage over such cities as Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane for sporting groups and organisers holding state and national competitions.
Various community groups including Logan City Council play host to events and festivals of local, regional, state, national and international interest.
The City of Logan has a vibrant education and training sector, with over 100 education and training institutions. Overall the sector employs more than 10% of the City’s workforce.
The City of Logan has a young population and provides excellent educational facilities including early learning/kindergarten, preparatory, 38 government primary schools, 11 government secondary schools, several non-state primary and secondary colleges including three major private schools, several vocational/technical colleges, trade training centres and a University campus. There are several other high performing universities in the region which are easily accessible from Logan.
Phone: +61 7 3412 4888
Logan Office of Economic Development
150 Wembley Road
Logan Central QLD 4114