No visit to the City of Logan is complete without a dose of retail therapy. We have two major shopping centres, one of the largest IKEA stores in the world, and some of the best home-maker centres in South-East Queensland.Click to Read more
Need some ideas of what there is to do in the City of Logan? Check out our parks and pristine bushland reserves, museums, historical village, Buddhist temples and some of the best shopping in South-East Queensland.Click to Read more
Nature & Environment
One of the best things about the City of Logan is the amount of natural bushland we’ve preserved - and the wide range of opportunities visitors have to experience it.Click to Read more
Eat & Drink
Experience authentic food markets and multicultural cuisine.Click to Read more
Arts & Culture
Open your mind with serene spots to find your zen.Click to Read more
Beenleigh Town Square Markets
The Beenleigh Town Square Markets are a vibrant mid-week market with food trucks, produce, arts, crafts & more. The markets are open for both breakfast and lunch, providing a wide array of international cuisines, coffee, baked goods & provisions. Plus...
Eats & Beats
Eats & Beats is a must-do event for families and food aficionados, delivering mouth-watering meals and live music acts, performing throughout the evening. Check out the frequently asked questions for more information about attending Eats & Beats....
Chicks Conquering Cancer & Family Fun Day
Market and family fun day on the the 1st July Come along and join us for a fun filled day, stepping back in time when life was peachy keen with a cherry on top. Enjoy the markets full of vintage...
World Refugee Week Picnic
On Saturday 1st July at the Logan Gardens there will be a Community Picnic to celebrate World Refugee Week. This is a free event. Please bring along your community food to share. In addition there will be a BBQ and...
Beenleigh Craft and Farmers Market
A general variety market with farmers produce, fresh fish, pets, crafts and a wide variety of new and second hand goods. This market has a ban on dogs and smoking. Admission is free and there's plenty of internal parking....