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Logan Gardens

Logan Central, Logan City Area

Free Entry 

This large leafy park at Logan Gardens is a local family favourite, with safe paths for bike riding and an all-abilities playground (including a Liberty Swing). Try bocce or disk golf, or simply enjoy a barbecue or picnic under the gum trees. There's also a great area for your dog to stretch its legs.

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Child Activities
  • Walking Tracks
Civic Parade
Logan Central, Logan City Area
Queensland
Australia

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Daisy Hill Koala Centre

Daisy Hill, Logan City Area
Free Entry
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 koalas by exploring the fun and informative displays in the centre. Take time to climb the observation tower to get a koala's eye view of the world, watch a film about the plight of koalas, discover all about the koala's life cycle and unique biology, learn the signs and symptoms of a sick or injured koala, learn how to keep koalas safe in your backyard, find out what the Queensland Government is doing to help koalas, play the Koala Quest game on the interactive kiosk. The centre is wheelchair accessible.

Daisy Hill Conservation Park

Daisy Hill, Logan City Area
Free Entry
Daisy Hill Conservation Park and surrounding areas protect vital koala habitat. For these popular marsupials, this is one of the last relatively intact natural habitats between Brisbane and the Gold Coast. For personal experience of the area, try the mountain biking trails and self-guided walking tracks, such as the Tree discovery trail. Five walking tracks radiate from the picnic areas, ranging from the 450 metre Paperbark trail (accessible to wheelchairs with assistance) to the nine kilometre Buhot Creek circuit. Daisy Hill Koala Centre (free admission) provides a wealth of information about these appealing Aussie icons. Join a fun and informative. Connect with Nature activity. Ride your bicycle or horse along one of the signed trails. Dogs are allowed on leads - but only where signs permit. The lower picnic area and koala centre are wheelchair-accessible. The park can be reached from the Gold Coast Highway.

Riverdale Park

Meadowbrook, Logan City Area
Free Entry
This manicured riverside Riverdale Park is one of Logan's best-kept secrets, with its pontoons, gazebos, playground and exercise equipment. Cook a barbie, chill out in the shade, throw in a fishing line, or work up a sweat on the unique freestyle parkour circuit. Covering 10 hectares, and nestled on the banks of the Logan River, this is one of the most picturesque spots in Logan.

Logan River Parklands

Beenleigh, Logan City Area
Free Entry
Launch your tinnie from the boat ramp or just throw in a line from the pontoon and fish the river at Logan River Parklands. Then cook your catch on one of the barbies by the river while the kids play. If you've got energy left, you can tackle the park's fitness equipment, or just kick back and enjoy the open space beside the Logan River.

Doug Larsen Park

Beenleigh, Logan City Area
Free Entry
Doug Larsen Park is a perfect spot to spend a day with the family in the heart of Beenleigh. There are ducks to feed and playgrounds to explore, as well 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.

Springwood Conservation Park

Springwood, Logan City Area
Free Entry
At Springwood Conservation Park, explore natural bushland right in the heart of Springwood. Pack a picnic and follow the tracks through open eucalypt forest. Discover the gorge, cliffs, caves and unique rock formations that make this 36 hectare park so special. It's ideal for bird watching, and you'll also likely spot koalas, water dragons and swamp wallabies.

Daisy Hill

Daisy Hill, Logan City Area
On Brisbane's south-eastern outskirts is the laid-back community of Daisy Hill. The bushland area between Daisy Hill and Redland Bay is an important koala habitat, with exactly the right conditions to support a thriving community. Fittingly, Daisy Hill is home to an educational Koala Centre. At the Koala Centre, you can see koalas up close and learn all about these unique Australian marsupials. Wander through the Centre and learn all about the fascinating life cycle of the Koala and how they've adapted to the changing Australian environment. During the school holidays, the Centre also offers ranger-led activities. The Koala Centre is part of the Daisy Hill Conservation Park protecting an area of eucalypt forest and paperbark wetlands. Signposted walking tracks take visitors through the scenic area with mountain-biking and horse riding allowed. The Park is home to a community of approximately 130 koalas, so if you're lucky and you stay alert, you just might see one of these cute, cuddly koalas in the wild. The Park is also a great place for a breakfast or lunch with sheltered picnic areas provided. Units and motel-style accommodation can be found at nearby Springwood.

Logan City

Logan Central, Logan City Area
Logan City is nestled between Brisbane and the Gold Coast. It's a diverse location of rivers, urban hubs and open space, bringing together natural beauty, heart-pumping adventure, historical sites and unique shopping experiences. There are pristine regional parks beside the Logan River, walking and cycling trails through wetlands and bushland, and the expansive Daisy Hill Koala Conservation Area (including the Daisy Hill Koala Centre). There are many places along the Logan and Albert Rivers to fish by pontoon, or to launch your own tinnie or jet ski. For more the more adventurous, there's go-kart racing at Kingston, cable skiing and wake-boarding at Carbrook and indoor rock climbing at Cornubia. Logan is a vibrant and culturally diverse city, offering unique experiences from meditation at traditional Buddhist temples, to bustling Sunday markets packed with produce from Asia, Africa and Europe. The city is also rich in history, which can be best experienced at Mayes Cottage in Kingston and the Beenleigh Historical Village and Museum. The eastern suburbs are popular shopping destination, with mega homemaker centres easily accessible from the Pacific Motorway (M1). Logan City is only 35 minutes from Brisbane City and the Gold Coast. It is most easily accessed by car, but is also well serviced by trains and buses.

Berrinba Wetlands

Browns Plains, Logan City Area
Free Entry
Berrinba Wetlands is a must for nature lovers. Explore these serene and picturesque wetlands along more than eight kilometres of shared walking and bicycle tracks and discover lovely spots for picnics. The kids can visit the interactive information environmental education centre, ride their bikes, or have fun on state-of-the-art play equipment. This rehabilitated wetland in the heart of Logan is a haven for those who love their natural environment.

Tygum Park

Waterford West, Logan City Area
Free Entry
At Tygum Park, relax beside the lagoon, throw in a line, and watch the kids play. Youngsters will love the pirate-themed playground, and the young-at-heart can test their skills on the basketball court and fitness stations. You might also catch one of the regular model sail boat sessions on the lagoon by the Logan City Marine Modellers.
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