Jump in the car and zip down the road – Logan is only 20 minutes’ drive away and is home to a number of top food producers.
Create your own trail, popping by the following local businesses to get artisan goods and fresh produce direct.
Let’s get priorities straight – and head first to the award-winning distillery. This story starts back in 1884 with rogue entrepreneur "Bosun Bill" … and continues today as Australia’s oldest registered and continuously working distillery. In late 2015 it again opened its doors to the public for the first time since the 1980s and you can now join a tour (with samples) to see the old copper pot in action.
This award-winning boutique coffee roaster is the spot to get a caffeine fix in Underwood. Drop by the roasting house and espresso bar for a latte or a bag of beans.
Forget Charlie and say hello to Poppy. This chocolate factory produces high-quality sweets using French and Belgiun artisanal methods. The business is open for tours Monday to Friday, with the shop open Saturdays from 9am-1pm.
Drop by The Berry Patch at Chambers Flat to pick-your-own berries from the fields or shop gourmet jams, fresh strawberries and other goodies at the farm shop. It’s open seven days a week from July to November.
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.
Getting to the City of Logan is an easy and conveniently located half an hour drive from either the Gold Coast or Brisbane airports and easily accessible by train.
Whether it's a treat for the family, a few romantic hours as a couple, or a chance to explore on your own, Logan City has many options for a memorable day out.
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