Outdoors

The City of Logan has some of the most accessible bushland reserves in South East Queensland, most with walking and cycle trails, boardwalks, barbecue facilities and shelters. Explore pristine natural areas and keep an eye out for koalas, wallabies and possums, and a host of native bird species. In our eucalypt forests you’ll discover gorges, cliffs and unique rock formations – right in the heart of suburbia.

Our city has more than 900 parks across 67 suburbs. Perfect for time out with family and friends, our parks offer outdoor exercise equipment, state-of-the art playgrounds and fun features including disk golf, a parkour course and flying foxes. You can fish from pontoons by the river, or relax under 200-year-old eucalypts.

Alexander Clark Park

Picnic and play beside the Logan River under fig trees and 200-year-old blue gum trees. Explore walking and bicycle tracks and keep an eye out for birds, possums, koalas and gliders, or throw a line in the river and fish from the pontoon. This leafy park has a host of features including disc golf, dog off-leash areas, basketball hoops, fitness equipment, barbecues, play equipment, and plenty of pi...

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Alexander Clark Park

Berrinba Wetlands

The best way to enjoy these 80 hectares of wetlands is along more than eight kilometres of shared walking and bicycle tracks. There are picnic spots throughout this natural haven, which has 100 nesting boxes for bids, possums and gliders. The kids will love the interactive environmental education (easily accessible on arrival) and state-of-the art play equipment. Designed to protect the natural en...

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Berrinba Wetlands

Cornubia Forest Park

This lush 196-hectare forest is the perfect place to breathe in, unwind and reconnect with nature. The pristine bushland is home to koalas, bandicoots, water dragons, wallabies, greater gliders and around 50 species of native birds. Get back to nature with the whole family in this easily accessible playground. It's also where you'll find some great Mountain Bike Trails if you prefer two wheels.

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Cornubia Forest Park

Curtis Falls, Tamborine National Park

Enjoy an enchanting walk through wet eucalypt forest beneath towering flooded gums and into cool and lush rainforest. Look for the beautiful crows nest and staghorn ferns in the canopy, and stop to marvel at the intricate strangler fig. The first view of the falls will take your breath away. Depending on the season, a raging torrent or gentle curtain of water tumbles over huge basalt columns to ...

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Curtis Falls, Tamborine National Park

Daisy Hill Conservation Park

Daisy Hill Conservation Park and surrounds are home to one of Australia's most significant regional koala populations. Walk, mountain bike and horse ride through tall eucalypt forests and sun-dappled melaleuca wetlands. Keep an eye on the canopy as you're likely to spot a dozing koala in the fork of a tree. The park features eucalypt forest and paperbark wetlands. The Daisy Hill picnic area and...

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Daisy Hill Conservation Park

Daisy Hill Koala Centre

Visit Daisy Hill Koala Centre to see koalas in a natural outdoor setting. Come and be captivated by these amazing marsupials and discover more about the secret life of koalas. Admission is free. You can see the resident koalas from two different viewing levels so don't forget your camera. Visitors are unable to handle or pat the koalas. Discover the secret world of koalas! Learn more about koal...

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Daisy Hill Koala Centre

Darlington Parklands, Yarrabilba

Darlington Parklands at Yarrabilba is Logan City's newest destination. The multi-age play and recreational destination features an amazing water play area, with shallow pools and fountains for kids to splash and cool down; a climbing dome and multi-swing; fort and climbing wall, and even a sand pit and musical wall for the toddlers. A 30 metre twin flying fox will attract the bigger kids, as wi...

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Darlington Parklands, Yarrabilba

Demeio Park

The kids will love the playground in this leafy neighbourhood park, which features a climbing tower, birds’ nest swings and a flying fox. Set beside a natural waterway, the park also has play equipment for younger users, as well as a picnic area, basketball court and electric barbecues. The centrepiece is a large grassed area, perfect for kicking a ball around or throwing frisbees. The park is eas...

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Demeio Park

Doug Larsen Park

Generations of kids have loved visiting Doug Larsen Park in the heart of Beenleigh to feed the ducks on the lake and explore the play equipment. It’s also a great place to get active, with recreational cycling and walking tracks and outdoor gym equipment. Plus, there's a BMX track right next door. Enjoy exercise in the fresh air or just relax by the lake.

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Doug Larsen Park

Eagleby Wetlands

If you love bird watching, these wetlands are a must. Positioned on the Albert River, they are home to more than 200 native Australian bird species, including 19 of the 24 Australian raptors and almost half of the bird species found in Queensland. Explore melaleuca wetlands, a freshwater lake, woodland and cane fields to spot them.

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Eagleby Wetlands

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 bea...

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Hugh Muntz Park

Logan Gardens

This local family favourite has safe paths for bike riding, an all-abilities playground including a Liberty Swing, and plenty of space to barbecue or picnic under the gum trees. Why not play a few games of bocce or try the disc golf course? There are also exercise stations, walking tracks and a dog off-leash area.

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Logan Gardens

Logan River Parklands

Love life on the river? One of the easiest ways to access it is from this expansive park right beside the M1 (Pacific Motorway), near the iconic Red Bridge over the Logan River. Launch your tinnie from the boat ramp or throw in a line from the pontoon. You can even cook your catch on one of the barbies by the water. Logan River Parklands is a picturesque spot to exercise, with a range of fitness e...

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Logan River Parklands

Riverdale Park

With its manicured lawns, playgrounds and gazebos, this park on the Logan River is one of Logan’s favourite outdoor recreation spots. There are plenty of picnic areas and barbecues (electric and wood), and the pontoon is ideal for fishing. The park also has fitness equipment, plus a unique freestyle parkour circuit.

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Riverdale Park

Shailer Pioneer Park

This master-planned activity hub is a great place to challenge family and friends to a fun game of basketball or tennis. There's also a fantastic skate park and exercise equipment if you're eager to keep the family moving. Afterwards, you can relax in the shade with a picnic or barbecue. There’s also play equipment for youngsters.

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Shailer Pioneer Park

Springwood Conservation Park

This 36-hectare natural bushland park in the heart of Springwood is home to myriad of birds, as well as koalas, water dragons and swamp wallabies. Pack a picnic and follow the graded walking tracks through open eucalypt forest and discover the gorge, cliffs, cave and unique rock formations. It’s worth the climb to the lookout to enjoy spectacular views across Logan. In late winter and spring, you’...

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Springwood Conservation Park

Tamborine National Park

Tamborine National Park, on Tamborine Mountain at 560 metres above sea level, offers glimpses of the Pacific Ocean and Gold Coast skyline to the east and national parks of the Scenic Rim to the west. The park includes Witches Falls (which in 1908 became Queensland's first national park) and Cedar Grove, The Knoll and Palm Grove sections. The mountain features basalt columns, cliffs, rocky outcrops...

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Tamborine National Park

Thunderbird Park™ - Scenic Rim, Gold Coast Region

Thunderbird Park on Tamborine Mountain takes adventure holidays to the top. This magnificent property is less than an hour from Brisbane and Gold Coast. Come for the day or stay and play. This rainforest playground has it all. Onsite adventures make Thunderbird Park an exciting experience for every age group. Find treasure filled thundereggs formed when dinosaurs roamed the earth, play laser sk...

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Thunderbird Park™ - Scenic Rim, Gold Coast Region

Tully Memorial Park

Tully Memorial Park is a beautiful space just off the Mt Lindesay Highway and adjacent to the Logan River in North Maclean. Whilst no camping is permitted, self-contained vehicles can stay for a maximum of three nights free of charge. It's an ideal base, close to Jimboomba and within an easy drive of Logan Village, Beenleigh, Mt Tamborine, the Scenic Rim, Brisbane and the Gold Coast. In a semi-r...

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Tully Memorial Park

Tygum Park

Youngsters love the pirate-themed playground at this park on the shores of Tygum Lagoon. It’s a lovely place for relaxing picnic – and you might even catch one of the regular sailboat sessions of the City of Logan Marine Modellers. The park also has fitness stations and a basketball court.

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Tygum Park

Underwood Park

When you visit Underwood Park, it’s easy to forget you’re still in the city. Stroll along the boardwalk by the lagoon, picnic under the trees or gazebos, or simply kick back and relax. There’s plenty to keep the kids busy, including the renowned FUNderwood Hollow playground, designed for children aged five to 16 years. It features a ‘Peter Pan’ feel, with castle-themed towers high above the ground...

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Underwood Park