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. . .
Make sure you visit the beautiful little village that is Logan Village. Its museum and their wonderful volunteers are very keen to preserve the 150 plus years of local history and share the many stories that it includes. Their work is centred on an area that is triangulated by Tamborine, Jimboomba to Waterford with Logan Village at its centre. There are still many of the Pioneer Families who are. . .
Nestled on a hill among giant mango trees, this colonial house museum offers a chance to experience a unique part of Logan’s heritage. The cottage, originally built in 1887, remains intact as an example of early European settlement. The property includes the original slab hut, cowbells, barn and cream shed.
Interested in roller derby? That’s just one of the sports you can watch at Mount Warren Sports Centre. The centre hosts sports and tournaments at international, national and state level including basketball, futsal, netball, skating and skipping – and, of course, the increasingly popular spectacle of roller derby. It also has a gym, group fitness classes and personal trainers.
Experience the world¹s oldest culture at Spirits of the Red Sand, Australia’s newest and most interactive Aboriginal Live Theatre Show and Dinner Experience. Journey from Dreamtime to Australia of the 1800s as all your senses are engaged. Located halfway between Gold Coast and Brisbane, this 2.5 hour live 'roving' theatre experience combines powerful story-telling, songs, dance and chants and for. . .
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,. . .
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. . .