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Loganholme

About halfway between the centre of Brisbane and the heart of the Gold Coast, Loganholme borders the Logan River - the boundary between Queensland's two largest cities.

As part of Logan City, Loganholme is in an area growing as quickly as any of Queensland's boom regions. Its proximity to both Brisbane and the Gold Coast is an obvious influence driving its economic and population growth. The Logan Hyperdome complex is one of the larger shopping centres in Australia.

More than 3300ha of the Logan area is preserved in open space in a balanced mix of bushland reserves and environmental parks with attendant wetlands. Logan can boast one of the highest koala populations in the land and the Koala Centre in the Daisy Hill State Forest plays a vital role in caring for injured or orphaned animals, in public education and in conserving the creature"s natural environment.

Visitors can also study the native flora and fauna in such open space areas as the Boronia Bushland Reserve, Slacks Creek Environmental Park, which includes a boardwalk through melaleuca scrub, Springwood Environmental Park and its dedicated nature walk, and Underwood Park whose lagoon allows close encounters with the resident waterfowl.

Loganholme: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Alexander Clark Park


Picnic and play under stunning fig trees and 200 year old blue gums - right beside the Logan River. This leafy park is alive with birds, possums, koalas and gliders. Fish from the pontoon or burn energy on fitness equipment while the kids master the playground or throw a few hoops. The best way to enjoy this lush park is to follow the walking tracks and keep an eye out for wildlife.




Dewar Drive
Loganholme, QLD, 4129

Located 1.6K from Loganholme

Logan River Parklands


Launch your tinnie from the boat ramp or just throw in a line from the pontoon and fish the river at Logan River Parklands. Then cook your catch on one of the barbies by the river while the kids play. If you've got energy left, you can tackle the park's fitness equipment, or just kick back and enjoy the open space beside the Logan River.




Blackbird Street
Beenleigh, QLD, 4207

Located 1.8K from Loganholme

Bethania Aquatic Centre


Take the kids for a swim in summer at the Bethania Aquatic Centre. Test out your freestyle, breaststroke, backstroke and butterfly, swimming laps in the 25 metre pool. Or, if you're just wanting to cool off, you can set a slower pace in the leisure pool. In between, you can kick back in the shade to dry out.




88 - 118 Station Road
Bethania, QLD, 4205

Located 2.2K from Loganholme

Poppy's Chocolate


Want to experience the best Australia has to offer in chocolate making? Want to taste mouth watering chocolates only the finest hotels and retailers offer their customers? Did you know they are all made in Beenleigh and you can buy direct from the factory? At Poppy's Chocolate, their mission is to delight all of your senses when you indulge in their huge range of over 200 luscious delicacies.

Poppy's Chocolate make chocolates using their own Australian made chocolate and wholesale these to Australia's finest chefs and caterers. Now you too can enjoy these exclusive chocolates at factory direct prices. You can see their chocolate makers in action also through the viewing room.

You may visit any time for free. If you want to immerse yourself further in the chocolate experience, email, call or visit website for details about their "Choc and Chat" tour. In this experience, one of Poppy's chocolate team members will teach you about how chocolate is made, how Poppy's make their chocolates, what makes a quality chocolate and answer any other burning questions you have about chocolate. Bookings essential and minimum numbers apply.




2 Spanns Road,
Shop 5
Beenleigh, QLD, 4207

Located 2.6K from Loganholme

Doug Larsen Park


Doug Larsen Park is a perfect spot to spend a day with the family in the heart of Beenleigh. There are ducks to feed and playgrounds to explore, as well cycling and walking tracks and outdoor gym equipment. Plus, there's a BMX track right next door. Enjoy exercise in the fresh air or just relax by the lake.





41 Logan Street
Beenleigh, QLD, 4207

Located 2.7K from Loganholme

Riverdale Park


This manicured riverside Riverdale Park is one of Logan's best-kept secrets, with its pontoons, gazebos, playground and exercise equipment. Cook a barbie, chill out in the shade, throw in a fishing line, or work up a sweat on the unique freestyle parkour circuit. Covering 10 hectares, and nestled on the banks of the Logan River, this is one of the most picturesque spots in Logan.




Armstrong Road
Meadowbrook, QLD, 4131

Located 3.0K from Loganholme

Beenleigh Aquatic Centre


A favourite spot with swimmers of all ages, all year round. There's a 33.3 metre outdoor heated pool and plenty of grassed areas for picnics. There is also a special pool where toddlers can paddle about safely. Swim laps, relax, or simply enjoy being outdoors while you watch everyone else cool off.




City Road
Beenleigh, QLD, 4207

Located 3.3K from Loganholme

Eagleby Aquatic Centre


Cool off in summer at this neighbourhood favourite. Swim laps in the outdoor 25 metre pool or relax in the shade pool-side. There's also shaded play equipment and a popular leisure pool. A laid back swimming option for all ages, and a good option if you're looking for a place to hang out stay cool.




Cowper Avenue
Eagleby, QLD, 4207

Located 3.4K from Loganholme

Beenleigh War Memorial


Local war memorials hold a wealth of information that the National War Memorial's records cannot readily show: the impact WWI had on a community through enlistment, and death.

Beenleigh's war memorial was unveiled by Lieutenant Governor William Lennon on 21 November 1925. Its original location was at the road junction in the town centre.

This white sculpted slab, topped by the Australian Infantry Forces' 'Rising Sun' Badge provides a roll call, but look closely: it's not alphabetical. The slab, surrounded by a trough of water, bears the names of 61 soldiers, 10 are listed as killed ('K' stands beside their names); two died in service ('D' denotes their fate).

Nationally, Australia lost 60,000 from a population of about 4,000,000.

Buried where they fell (by decree of the British), Australia's outpouring of grief was demonstrated through a wave of memorials like this one.

A wall behind the slab carried plaques representing all the services and subsequent conflicts: WWII, Korea, Malaysia and Vietnam. The memorial was relocated to its present site in 1995.




James Street,
Corner of Crete Street
Beenleigh, QLD, 4207

Located 3.7K from Loganholme

Loganholme: Travel Tips

Hyperdome Visitor Information Centre


Visit the Hyperdome Visitor Information Centre at the Customer Service Centre located outside Entry 2, to discover the hidden attractions in the Logan region and beyond.

This Visitor Information Centre offers a one stop shop for travel information including maps, brochures, and itineraries. Staffed by skilled and knowledgeable locals, the Centre can provide advice on things to see and do and places to eat in the Logan area.

Enjoy a coffee, meal or shopping at the Hyperdome while you visit.




Pacific Highway,
Corner of Bryants Road
Loganholme, QLD, 4129

Located 3.0K from Loganholme

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