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Mount Warren Sports Centre


Get active at this multi-purpose indoor Mount Warren Sports Centre. You can pump weights, take a class or try your hand at a range of indoor sports including netball, basketball and futsal. For something a little different, why not check out roller-skating or skipping? All this and a cafe to enjoy as well.




Milne Street
Beenleigh, QLD, 4207

Located 6.9K from Wolffdene

Yugambeh Museum Language and Heritage Research Centre


The Yugambeh Museum Language and Heritage Research Centre is dedicated to recording and promoting traditional knowledge in the Yugambeh Language Region, which extends through the Gold Coast, Logan and Scenic Rim regions.

The Yugambeh Museum boasts an extensive research library, numerous exhibitions and the regions most comprehensive Indigenous language documents. The museum has a public space and is open by appointment for community members and researchers.




2 Plantation Road
Beenleigh, QLD, 4207

Located 7.1K from Wolffdene

Beenleigh Historical Village and Museum


Beenleigh Historical Village and Museum (BHV&M) takes you on a journey of years gone by. This collection of our heritage organised as a village is dedicated to preserving the cultural legacy of the old Beenleigh region for current and future generations.

A popular tourist destination for school students, families and seniors tours, the Beenleigh Historical Village features early Australia memorabilia, collections of items and even entire buildings which have been lovingly preserved and restored. They're also a favourite location for car and bike clubs, and special functions such as weddings.

There are 20 heritage buildings filled with original items used by those who lived in the 1860s and onward. Their extensive collection has been either donated to the Village or were the original products/items belonging in the homes they have on site.

You can see the old St. George Anglican Church, The Beenleigh Council Chambers, Willkie's General Store, the old Dodge fire engines, family homes, the Loganholme One Teacher School, the Post Office and much more.




199-205 Main Street
Beenleigh, QLD, 4207

Located 7.2K from Wolffdene

Beenleigh Events Centre


Enjoy lively community theatre with the Beenleigh Theatre Group at the Beenleigh Events Centre, entertaining locals for more than three decades. The company presents regular seasons of plays, musicals, pantomimes and festivals showcasing one-act plays. Shows are staged in the lovely Crete Street Theatre (part of the Beenleigh Events Centre), right in the heart of Beenleigh.





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

Located 7.4K from Wolffdene

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 7.4K from Wolffdene

Hugh Muntz Park


Hugh Muntz Park provides overnight short term parking (maximum three nights) for Recreational Vehicles (self-contained). Ideally situated off the Pacific Motorway M1 at Beenleigh and adjacent to convenient shopping and essential services.

Beenleigh is a Recreational Vehicle Friendly Town (RVFT). The park provides hardstand parking, toilets, barbecue, pathways and Dump Point.

Beenleigh is a beautiful town in the City of Logan, with first class modern facilities, within easy reach of both the Gold Coast and Brisbane either on the M1 or by rail. The park is well shaded with picnic tables and easy access to Beenleigh Marketplace, Coles and Aldi.




Reisers Road
Beenleigh, QLD, 4207

Located 7.7K from Wolffdene

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 7.9K from Wolffdene

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 8.2K from Wolffdene

Logan Village Musuem


The museum and its wonderful volunteers are very keen to preserve the 150 plus years of local history and share the many stories that it includes. Their work is centred on an area that is triangulated by Tamborine, Jimboomba to Waterford with Logan Village at its centre. There are still many of the Pioneer Families who are represented in the current population, its a living dynamic history. Their enthusiasm to share the stories of the people and places is fuelled by the knowledge that in doing so they in turn acquire a greater understanding of its relevance. The museum can also assist people with their own genealogy and this is an in kind service, as what is shared is never lost.

There is a very interesting collection for both WWI and WWII, along with books which represent this era. Now with the new satellite suburb of Yarrabilba being built close by, they are expanding the knowledge of the area when it was the American military installation known as "Camp Cable Army Base" in the early 1940's.

There are still many interesting stories to be found and preserved, they look forward to sharing them with you soon.




6 River Street
Logan Village, QLD, 4207

Located 8.3K from Wolffdene

Pimpama and Ormeau War Memorial


In church grounds at Pimpama, halfway between Brisbane and the Gold Coast, stands a stone memorial-a soldier statue, his head bowed, hands crossed and resting on his rifle, a tree trunk supporting him. It is, in fact, a replica of the original which was unveiled in 1919 following a public subscription.

The original stood in the cemetery of Pimpama Uniting (previously Methodist) Church, a tribute to the seven local men who had died in WWI. It was produced by AL Petrie and Son of Toowong, the largest masonry firm in Queensland at the time; responsible for many WWI memorials.

A series of relocations within the property have occurred, the most recent in 1993, when the replica was commissioned. This facsimile, positioned facing the Pacific Highway, was unveiled on ANZAC Day 1995.

The old digger, which was in poor condition, was relocated to Miles Historical Village.




246 Creek Street
Pimpama, QLD, 4209

Located 8.3K from Wolffdene

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