Taste food and wine from the Scenic Rim at this festival of farm tours, cooking classes, producer dinners, pop-up cafes and other free or low-cost activities. This is a chance for the consumer to connect with the farmer and learn more about where it comes from and how it is produced.
Connected to the mainland by bridge, Bribie Island is an island escape, popular with nature lovers, water sport enthusiasts and families alike.
The Scenic Rim is a fruitful area filled with lakes, mountains, rich soil and large plains. Stacks of food producers are harvesting and growing everything from pecans and beetroot, to sheep cheese, free-range eggs and olive oil.
Just half an hour south of the Brisbane CBD, the City of Logan is bursting with things to do, places...
Littlies driving you loopy? Fear not, Visit Brisbane has wrapped up the best Logan has to offer to keep the kids entertained.
Jump in the car and zip down the road to visit Logan's top food producers on this artisan food and fresh produce trail.
Did you know that there are more than 215 different cultures, nationalities and ethnicities in the City of Logan? Discover where to go and what to eat.
Journey west and you will be in the region known as “Australia’s Salad Bowl” – the Lockyer Valley. Experience the natural beauty and history through one of these scenic drives.
Experience country living just an hour's drive from Brisbane – the Lockyer Valley is a region rich with relaxing experiences and ways to enjoy the local lifestyle.
Visitors fly from around the world in search of islands as idyllic as those on Brisbane’s coastline. With paradise at your doorstep, what are you waiting for?