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Things To Do
How to get to the City of Logan
Top 10 things you didn't know about the City of Logan
20km, 30-minute drive from Brisbane CBD
If you can’t decide whether you’re in the mood for heart-thumping adrenaline, a multicultural immersion or reconnecting with nature, head to the City of Logan, where you can partake in all three. Will you expand your mind with a Buddhist meditation class? Burn some rubber on a go-karting track? Or spy some fluffy marsupials in the urban bushland? Why not all three.
Just half an hour south of the Brisbane CBD, the City of Logan is bursting with things to do, places to see and yummy multicultural eats.
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.
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.
Chung Tian Temple was constructed using traditional Chinese architecture in 1992. Surrounded by nature, the Temple provides a peaceful and culturally beautiful venue for the community to celebrate their multicultural diversity and multi-faith harmony through Humanistic Buddhism.
Jump in the car and zip down the road to visit Logan's top food producers on this artisan food and fresh produce trail.
Darlington Parklands at Yarrabilba is Logan City's newest destination. The multi-age play and recreational destination features an amazing water play area, with shallow pools and fountains for kids.
Littlies driving you loopy? Fear not, Visit Brisbane has wrapped up the best Logan has to offer to keep the kids entertained.
There are four levels of go-karts and three separate race tracks at Kingston Park, for which varied levels of ability and experience are required.
Visit Daisy Hill Koala Centre to see koalas in a natural outdoor setting. Come and be captivated by these amazing marsupials and discover more about the secret life of koalas. Admission is free. You can see the resident koalas from two different viewing levels so don't forget your camera. Visitors are unable to handle or pat the koalas.
Enter Logan City Council's Picture This competition and be in the running to share in $10,000 worth of camera equipment.
Come and hear the best of Logan’s emerging and professional musicians in local cafes, clubs and restaurants this July during Logan Live Music Month.
On Sunday, 22 July 2018 PCYC Queensland is proud to be hosting the ultimate family-friendly challenge. PCYC embRACE is the race that has something for everyone!