The City of Logan’s culinary and fresh food offerings are fast becoming a regional attraction. Our taste experiences are unique thanks to the influence of our diverse community, representing more than 217 ethnicities and our city’s vibrant entrepreneurial spirit. Would you like to create your own ‘foodie’ experience? Why not visit the South East Queensland Food Trail and plan your next great culinary experience? From artisan coffee to exotic fresh produce you’ll find a variety of wonderful culinary delights.
The American Bourbon Bar Grill is located inside Hotel Gloria Springwood. Since opening, we have been serving both quality interpretations of classic dishes and daring new ventures into the uncharted territories of American cuisine. The dishes are composed by our Californian Executive Chef to suit everyone’s price range and taste buds. We offer family friendly casual dining with a second private. . .
Inspired by laneway cafes of Melbourne
With an appetite for single origins, a reverence for natural light, green spaces and our obsession for locally sourced produce, The Laneway Green is the cafe where you will want to retreat with friends and enjoy a bite.
Offering specialty coffee by the award winning Bellissimo Coffee roasters and a fresh inspired menu. The Laneway Green is a relaxing. . .
Country’s Favourite Family Hotel
One of the older, family friendly hotels in Queensland, the Veresdale , or the ‘V’ Hotel as it is now affectionately known. It has been tastefully renovated in keeping with the best attributes of the friendly Hotel atmosphere. Situated right in the heart of Queensland’s richest dairy, beef and horse stud area, with the very best of the State’s Thoroughbred. . .
On the banks of Logan River, The White House of Waterford epitomises 45 years of hospitality and culinary experience by the Cobbing family. Enjoy this picturesque colonial style venue with polished wooden floorboards, manicured lawns and a Balinese style pergola, all of which can be transformed for the perfect wedding, or simply relax in these fine surrounds and enjoy a divine alfresco lunch or. . .
In the heart of the tranquil Beenleigh Historical Village you’ll find Tin Cup Cafe, an open-air Queenslander with warm service, freshly baked treats and savoury delights. This is a place to enjoy the
The Tin Cup Café was the old Railway Station back in the 1930s and the café maintains that traditional character right in the heart of the Beenleigh Historical Village. The café is reminiscent of an. . .
At the Water Drop Teahouse, in Chung Tian Temple, the surrounding garden and trees add to a sense of calmness and returning to nature. When sunlight comes in and the windows cast long shadows, the atmosphere becomes ideal for reading a book while sampling delicious and healthy vegetarian foods.