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Logan Metro Sports Centre


This state of the art facility is Logan's sporting hub. Catch a some of the local and national games from a variety of sporting codes. This world class facility, which features three international-standard courts with capacity for 2000 fans.

There are also regular national, state and regional sports tournaments along with other big ticket events.

You can also work out in the fitness centre or relax in the cafe or host an event in their functions space with licensed lounge.




357 Browns Plains Road
Heritage Park, QLD, 4118

Located 2.3K from Crestmead

Demeio Park


Demeio Park is a great place for all your leisure activities and a wonderful place just to be in the great outdoors. While the tower structure challenges users, the smaller equipment is suitable for the younger kids. Birds nest swings and flying fox provide alternate options. Rubber softfall and the concrete path provide easy access for wheel chairs. A basketball court keeps teenagers happy and the large kick about oval, the centerpiece of the park, is available for sports for all ages and group sizes, while the tiled area provides a stage for dance groups and parties.




124 Demeio Road
Marsden, QLD, 4132

Located 2.4K from Crestmead

Logan Recycling Market


If you value the saying 'One person's trash is another person's treasure', then Logan's Recycling Market will become your new paradise of quality pre-loved goods! You'll have hours of fun browsing the aisles of reasonably priced items that are sourced at Council's Waste and Recycling Facilities, to bag that one-of-a-kind treasure.

Every purchase you make helps to make a difference, with a share of profits going to local charities via the Logan Mayors Community Services Committee. Items sold include clothing, bric-a-brac, hardware materials, toys, household furniture, bicycles, building materials plus lots more.




349 Browns Plains Road
Heritage Park, QLD, 4118

Located 2.4K from Crestmead

Berrinba Wetlands


Berrinba Wetlands is a must for nature lovers. Explore these serene and picturesque wetlands along more than eight kilometres of shared walking and bicycle tracks and discover lovely spots for picnics. The kids can visit the interactive information environmental education centre, ride their bikes, or have fun on state-of-the-art play equipment. This rehabilitated wetland in the heart of the City of Logan is a haven for those who love their natural environment.




Wayne Goss Drive
Browns Plains, QLD, 4118

Located 2.5K from Crestmead

Kingston Park Raceway - Go Kart Hire


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. Drivers can enjoy real side by side racing action in real race karts on their 1100 metre international racing circuit.

On the tight and testing Monte Carlo Circuit, drivers can test their skills and race the clock in the new Predator race karts, and for the more accomplished drivers there are the very fast Schumacher Karts on the 1100 metres international standard Le Mans Track.

All karts have diagnostic software, which enables screen displays of race times and race positions during the race. You can also follow the driver's progress on the Kingston Park Raceway App.

In the Go Zone you can play computer games, enjoy the amusements rides and drive Kingston Park's awesome Rookie karts on the purpose built Indy Circuit for the kids.

Snacks and refreshments are also available in the Pit Stop Cafe and don't forget to pack the esky, because you're welcome to bring all that you need and use the barbecue supplied.

At Kingston Park Raceway, there's so much to do you'll want to spend all day!




20 Mudgee Street
Kingston, QLD, 4114

Located 3.1K from Crestmead

Gould Adams Park Aquatic Centre


Swim all-year round at Gould Adams Park Aquatic Centre in the City of Logan. Visit this modern indoor facility take your pick of three heated pools. You can swim laps in the 25 metre pool, testing your fitness or just getting some exercise. The youngsters can play in the kiddies adventure pool with its fun water features. There's also a learn-to-swim pool.




558 - 662 Kingston Road
Kingston, QLD, 4114

Located 4.1K from Crestmead

Kingston Butter Factory Community Arts Centre


Step back in time and explore this historic former butter factory at Kingston, in the City of Logan. Discover a wealth of historical artefacts at the Logan City Historical Museum. The butter factory also hosts collections of contemporary and traditional art and has Queensland's biggest display of crafts. Bring a picnic and enjoy the manicured grounds and shady trees that surround this iconic building.




Milky Way
Kingston, QLD, 4114

Located 4.5K from Crestmead

Tygum Park


At Tygum Park, relax beside the lagoon and watch the kids play. Youngsters will love the pirate-themed playground and the young-at-heart can test their skills on the basketball court and fitness stations. You might also catch one of the regular model sail boat sessions on the lagoon by the City of Logan Marine Modellers.




Tygum Road
Waterford West, QLD, 4133

Located 4.5K from Crestmead

Logan City Historical Museum


Set within the grounds of the magnificent Kingston Butter Factory the Logan City Historical Museum is a wonderful journey through the annals of local history. Curated and continually updated the exhibitions provide an intriguing story of the characters, incidents and milestones of this relatively unknown but integral part of South East Queensland. Arguably a hidden treasure trove of highly valued artifacts that unfold to an incredible journey through the ages to the modern city that is the City of Logan.




Milky Way
Kingston, QLD, 4114

Located 4.5K from Crestmead

Mayes Cottage Museum


Mayes Cottage is a beautiful, intact example of early European settlement of the Logan region and includes the original slab hut (1873), the house (1887), cowbells, barn and cream shed. Outside, there are mango trees which complement the scenic locality of this property which has views to Mount Tamborine. Mayes Cottage is now a colonial house museum and popular with school groups and tourists. Close to Kingston Butter Factory and Kingston Park Raceway make it a part of a great day out in the City of Logan.




20 Mawarra Street
Kingston, QLD, 4114

Located 4.8K from Crestmead

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