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 70 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.
The Logan and Albert rivers also offer paddlers plenty of great trails to get active on the water and discover our rich history and diverse natural areas. Whether paddling for exercise, fishing or a fun family cruise, there’s a trail for everyone to explore.
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’ll also see wildflowers in bloom. During the wetter months, look for seasonal waterfalls cascading in the gullies. The park has picnic areas and toilets.
Jardine Drive, Springwood QLD 4127