See what Logan City Council events are happening
There are always things happening in the City of Logan! From markets to bootcamps, check out the Logan City Council events page for the latest activities and events happening in this dynamic region – https://www.logan.qld.gov.au/events-home
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Experience some culture at the Kingston Butter Factory
Kingston Butter Factory Cultural Precinct is Logan’s new landmark cultural precinct that offers a year-round program of art, culture and entertainment in the heart of Logan. It’s also home to the Living Museum of Logan. In this contemporary social history museum, you can see, hear and experience the stories of the people who have made the City of Logan what it is today. The Living Museum of Logan is open Tuesday to Saturday, from 10am to 4pm.
Visit a Logan Library
Head to your local PCYC
PCYC offers vacation care programs at numerous locations throughout the Logan region, including Slacks Creek, Crestmead and Beenleigh, as well as a range of classes and other community groups and services. Contact the PCYC near you to find out what’s on offer – https://www.pcyc.org.au
Shop, dine and play at Hyperdome
The Hyperdome is a fantastic holiday destination in the City of Logan! There are places to shop, play and eat, as well as frequent pop-up entertainment, playgrounds and activities for school holiday visitors. You can also catch the latest movies at the cinema too! Check out what’s on here: https://hyperdomeshopping.qicre.com/Whats-On-List?filter_cat=Event
Meet some locals at Daisy Hill Koala Centre
The Daisy Hill Koala Centre is home to several resident koalas and is packed with interactive displays. It is a fantastic place to go to learn more about these iconic marsupials and, best of all, entry is free! There are also public barbecues, sheltered tables and picnic lawns galore. Daisy Hill also has several hiking trails and mountain bike tracks, making it an excellent hub for a whole day of activity.
Shop while the kids play at IKEA
IKEA is a fantastic holiday destination – there are often events and activities in store, the restaurant is kid friendly, and the Småland play area is the perfect, supervised space to leave young children while the adults shop. Head here to pick up some new toys or craft supplies while shopping for furniture and kitchenware. Småland is currently only operating at the Logan store.
Take in an exhibition at Logan Art Gallery
Logan Art Gallery features a whole range of modern and traditional forms of art. The exhibitions are often dynamic and interactive, and can range from touring exhibitions to local artists, featuring artists in residence or works from the Logan art collection. The gallery also offers a range of free public programs, including guided tours, workshops, special events and artist talks. The dedicated Young People’s Gallery showcases exhibitions for young people or by young people and provides fun, interactive activities for younger visitors.
Browns Plains Grand Plaza
Grand Plaza at Browns Plains has something for everyone! Whether you’re after an outing to dodge the heat in summer or the cold in winter, this is a great place to shop, eat and play all year round. Catch a movie at the cinema, or simply shop in style.
Stock up on produce at the Global Food Markets
There’s a huge array of incredible produce on offer across more than 100 stalls every Sunday at the Global Food Markets in Woodridge, from the more familiar apples, bananas, tomatoes and potatoes to more exotic produce including Kundru, Jack Fruit, Cassava and Durian. The authentic street food vendors serve up a rich feast for the senses, leaving visitors feeling like they’ve been transported to another country. Entry to the markets is free entry, and there’s lots of free parking available.
Go-karting at Kingston Park Raceway
Kingston Park Raceway has been a destination for adrenaline-loving Brisbane Kids for decades. There’s a range of karts available for kids and adults from the age of 10, and other higher-powered karts for those aged 16 and up.
Soak up some history at Beenleigh Historical Village
Beenleigh Historical Village has a range of buildings, experiences and demonstrations to give visitors a taste of the regions past. Featuring a blacksmith, old post office, 1800s school room and old printing presses, as well as an art gallery, cafe and museum displays, there’s a lot to see and do here. You can arrange a tour guide, or take everything in at your own pace.
Get outside at a park, playground or bike track
There are hundreds of incredible parks, playgrounds and bike tracks in Logan. These are a few of our favourite super parks that are worth travelling to as school holiday destinations:
Underwood Park and Funderwood Hollow
Underwood Park is a lovely spacious park with heaps of play features to suit all ages. There are several playground areas here, including Underwood Hollow, a unique timber Spielart adventure playground, a long flying fox, pedal bikes and a second large climbing fort with shade sails. There’s even a nature play section. Underwood Park is also home to numerous sporting fields, a skate park, BMX track, lagoons and lawn areas.
Logan Gardens playground and water play
Logan Gardens is a huge park with a whole range of elements. The water play section is a highlight, featuring fountains, tipping buckets, water tables and more. It’s designed with accessibility and offers a free play space for people of all ages and abilities. Play elements include swings, spinners, climbing ropes, and a fenced all-abilities playground section.
Flagstone Adventure Park
Flagstone Adventure Park’s playground has to be seen to be believed and there’s plenty here to fill a day with fun! From the mega slides and suspended bridge, to the free water park including tippers, fountains and giant trees you can climb up, there’s so much to do here! There are also smaller toddler-friendly climbing structures and a popular skate park here to enjoy.
Albert River Park
Albert River Park is in a central location, right near Beenleigh and on the banks of the Albert River. There’s a range of play equipment here, including mega slides, multiple play structures, a basketball court, a brightly-coloured skate park, table tennis tables, barbecues, covered picnic tables, shade sails and plenty of outdoor seating.
Berrinba Wetlands cover a massive area, with two-thirds of it protected as a reserve for native plants and wildlife. There’s a lot to do here with over 8 kilometres of walking paths through the natural environment, playground equipment, barbecues and picnic areas close to the water. The play equipment features a large flying fox, swings, climbing nets and other play structures.
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For a complete guide to Logan City, check out www.explorelogan.com.au