LOGAN AND ALBERT RIVERS

The City of Logan has two great rivers: the Logan and the Albert. There are plenty of opportunities to relax on their banks, go canoeing, fish from a pontoon or launch a tinnie or jet ski and cruise their bends. Whether it’s taking time out at a riverside park for a picnic with the family, listening to birds chatter while you throw in a line, or exploring the river by boat, there’s a myriad ways to enjoy our waterways. Our two rivers support native birds, mammals, reptiles and frogs. Two of the city’s endangered plant species can be found along the Logan River corridor, so keep an eye out when you’re close by.

You’ll find easily accessible boat ramps at:

Logan River:

· Riedel Park, Carbrook

· Skinners Park, Carbrook

· Logan River Parkland, Beenleigh

· Tansey Park, Tanah Merah

· Federation Drive Reserve, Bethania

· Larry Storey Park Waterford

Albert River:

· Albert River Park, Eagleby

Logan River Trail

The Logan River Trail is a water-based trail which provides information signs along the river to help you find your way and discover the river’s features. Whether by boat, canoe or kayak, there is truly something for everyone to discover.
Please download the Logan River Trail Map. This map shows the number of kilometres between the parks when travelling along the river by boat, canoe or kayak. You can also visit each of our featured riverside parks and the Logan River Trail signs by road.

Logan and Albert River Canoe and Kayak Trail

The Logan and Albert rivers offer paddlers plenty of great trails to get active on the water and discover our rich history and diverse natural areas.

Download our Logan and Albert River Canoe and Kayak Trail Map and experience the trails today!

For interactive maps and things to see on the river, please visit the Naeus website to download their app.

For information on how to access the river using the pontoon entry and exit platforms, please download our Canoe Kayak Safety Signs.

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