Shopping

Did you know the City of Logan is renowned for its retail experiences? 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. If you're staying with family and friends, ask them about their favourite local retailer. There are plenty of other great spots to shop, particularly for specialty items, and locals know where to find them.

Australian Outback Opals

Australian Outback Opals cut opal on the premises at Tamborine Mountain. The staff are welcoming and very friendly and are always happy to share their knowledge. Their selection of opals and opal jewellery is impressive from small value items right up to the more expensive ones. There is something for everyone who enjoys opals. They offer the largest diverse range of colour, pattern, variety an...

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Australian Outback Opals

Global Food Market

Logan's culturally rich foodie destination is one of the city's hidden attractions, the Global Food Market. Shop amongst locals and pick up a range of seasonal produce you'd only expect to find overseas including; dragonfruit, jack fruit, custard apples, lychees, rambutan, mangosteen and much more. While you're there, treat yourself to hot breakfast from a melting hot pot of global cuisines in...

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Global Food Market

Logan Recycling Market

If you love op-shops and secondhand furniture, you’ll love the Logan Recycling Market, where stock is always changing and you can always find a bargain. Here you’ll find bric-a-brac, clothing, hardware, toys, furniture and bicycles – and much more. Take a break between browsing to relax in the café and enjoy a coffee and a snack.

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Logan Recycling Market