QUICK FACTS

Find out some quick and interesting facts that you may not know about the City of Logan like our geography, our people and our weather.

GEOGRAPHY

  • 30 minutes south of Brisbane
  • 40 minutes north of the Gold Coast
  • Bordered by Brisbane, Gold Coast, Redland, Ipswich and Scenic Rim local government areas
  • 70 suburbs
  • 957 square km
  • Urban, rural and semi-rural environments

PEOPLE

Population as of 326,000 residents

Our community members represent around 218 different nationalities:

  • 27% of people born overseas
  • 7.7% from New Zealand
  • 4.5% from the United Kingdom
  • Other countries (each less than 1% of population), include Philippines, South Africa, Samoa, Fiji, India, Germany and Papua New Guinea
  • 16% from non-English speaking backgrounds

WEATHER

Logan enjoys South-East Queensland’s famous mild sub-tropical climate.

Average maximum temperature: 26 degrees C

Average minimum temperature: 15 degrees C

Hottest month: January/February (average maximum 30 degrees C)

Coolest month: July (average overnight minimum 10 degrees C overnight)

Annual rainfall: 1,039.5 mm

Wettest month: February

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