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Loganholme, Qld

Loganholme is part of the City of Logan which is bordered by Brisbane, Gold Coast, Redland, Ipswich and Scenic Rim local government areas. Logan City comprises of urban, rural and semi-rural environments, has about 70 suburbs and covers 957 square kilometres. Today Logan City has a community that represent around 218 different nationalities, over  27% of residents born overseas.

The area was originally settled by cane farmers with the first farmhouse built in 1800’s.  In more recent times it has become an established residential area, but still retains its some of its rural charm with some large acreage properties and beautiful country views. If you’re looking for somewhere to live that offers peace and quiet as well as easy access to all the facilities, is close to both Brisbane City and the Gold Coast, Loganholme has all the conveniences that come with living near a major city.

More about the location of Loganholme

Loganholme being a part of the City of Logan, is located around 30 kilometres south-west of Brisbane. It’s geographical coordinates are: 27° 42′ 0″ South, 153° 12′ 0″ East.

The 2020 estimated resident population for Loganholme is 6,656, with a population density of 765.6 persons per square km. The suburb boundaries are Bryants Road, Beenleigh-Redland Bay Road and the locality of Cornubia in the north, the Logan River in the east and south, and the suburb of Tanah Merah, the Logan Motorway, Drews Road and the Pacific Motorway in the west.  (Source: idcommunity

The climate can almost be described as sub-tropical with an average maximum temperature: 26° C and an average minimum temperature: 15° C – though the temperature can be regularly much warmer in January and February averaging about 30°+ and July dropping down to an average of 10°.

Transport to and from Loganholme

The Loganholme shopping centre is also a major bus station with buses to from Brisbane City to Loganholme and to surrounding areas of Loganlea, Beenleigh, Eden’s Landing, Kingston, Slacks Creek, Crestmead, Logan Central and Trinder Park.  You can check out bus schedules here https://jp.translink.com.au/plan-your-journey/stops/loganholme-station

A common trip from Brisbane City is from the line 555 bus from Cultural Centre station, platform 2 to Loganholme, stop B takes 35 min including transfers and departs every 15 minutes. Visit https://translink.com.au/ for more info.

Transport times from Brisbane City to Loganholme

  • Bus Trip – approx. 40 minutes
  • Tax – approx. 22 minutes
  • Drive by car – approx. 22 minutes

Things to do in Loganholme

Alexander Clark Park, Loganholme, QLD

Address: Off Dewar Drive, Loganholme, Qld 4129

Alexander Clark Park, Loganholme is a recreation park featuring native flora in Logan City, Queensland, Australia

The Loganholme community is fortunate to have the Alexander Clark Park at our doorstep. It’s perfect for families with young kids who love to explore, as well as those looking for a place to meet friends and enjoy some quality time together. Run by the Logan City Council There are plenty of play areas set up throughout the park, including an adventure playground that will keep your little ones entertained all day long. The forest area has blue gum trees that provide shade on hot days.  The park has ample space for running around, while there are also picnic tables to enjoy a morning tea or picnic lunch.

Alexander Clarke Park offers a great range of facilities and activities including  playgrounds, walking, bike tracks, canoe & kayak access, a dog “off -leash” area, basketball court, disc golf, fitness equipment, as well as barbeques, (wood), picnic tables, toilets for patrons with disabilities. The playground is available so that kids can enjoy some time on their own while parents take care in relaxing at one or more nearby tables and benches.

The best thing about this park is it’s never too crowded – no matter what time of year you visit there’ll be plenty of room for everyone.

Alexander Clark Park, Loganholme

Shark and Ray Gardens

Address: 49 -51 Beenleigh Redland Bay Rd Brisbane, QLD, Australia 4129

If you’re looking for something different, then come to Nielsen’s Native Nursery and find this magical hidden gem that offers an interactive aquarium with nurse sharks and stingrays!

This is quite a unique experience that’s educational and fun for all ages. You’ll get to interact in the water with friendly rays and sharks up close in the water — learn about these fascinating creatures while touching or holding them.  All species of rays and sharks, all rescued from the nets of trawlers.

The Shark and Ray Gardens is suitable for people of all ages. You can get up close to these amazing animals or sit on the side, watch them interact with each other.  Bookings essential – open Thursday to Sunday and every day in the school holidays for an educational interactive experience, some including feedings. Feedings are from the side of the pool using feeding sticks after the experience. Time slots are 10.50, 11.50, 12.50 and 1.50pm.

Shark and Ray Gardens, Loganholme

Logan Hyperdome Shopping Centre

The Logan Hyperdome Shopping Centre in Shailer Park, Queensland, is the one of the largest shopping centres on Brisbane’s Southside. This place has it all for families; from clothes to groceries and toys to gifts, with major retailers including Aldi, JB Hi-Fi, K-Mart, Peter Alexander, Robins Kitchen, Rockmans and Priceline Pharmacy. The Logan Hyperdome Shopping Centre is home to over 250 stores with a large food court area so you can grab a bite while doing your shopping.

The Logan Hyperdome Shopping Centre was built after the closure and demolition of Wild Waters Water Park, opening in August 1989.  Now home to over 250 retail stores, food and entertainment locations. The centre was upgraded in 2005 to include the Event Cinemas to 12  (previously ‘Pacific 8’) and a new bowling alley (AMF Hyperbowl), another carpark and several restaurants and bars in the newly constructed piazza area on the South-side of the shopping complex. There are also frequent special events held at this popular destination attracting families from the local and surrounding community.

Logan Hyperdome Shopping Centre, Loganholme

Eating out in Loganholme

Fitzys

Fitzys Pub and Bistro, Loganholme

Address: Bryants Rd, Loganholme, Logan City, Queensland 4129 Australia

Cuisine: Quick Bites, Bar, Pub, Australian, Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options

BISTRO HOURS (DINNER)
Sunday – Thursday 5:30pm – 8:30pm
Friday – Saturday 5:30pm – 9pm

BISTRO HOURS (LUNCH)
Monday – Saturday 11:30am – 2:30pm
Sunday 11:30am – 3pm

From the website:  Located along the Southside of Brissy, the iconic Fitzys is back and better than ever. After a facelift of this much-loved local, Fitzys is a true Aussie pub with a refreshed modern feel. It’s your go-to local, a place to gather and connect with your family and friends and enjoy a cold drink and a bite to eat.

The modern dining room offers a relaxed, family-friendly environment, ideal for casual weeknight dinners, long weekend lunches and group celebrations serving up all your pub classic faves.

Kick back on our newly renovated alfresco dining area, The Terrace, a tropical oasis and a perfect spot to soak up the sunshine and enjoy live tunes on Friday and Sunday afternoons.

Fitzys has something for everyone – celebrate your next occasion in our large function centre, enjoy a flutter on the pokies or TAB, catch the game in the sports bar or entertain the kids with our dedicated kids play space complete with PlayStation games and activities.

Toscani’s

Address: 3828 Pacific Highway The Piazza Hyperdome Shopping Centre, Loganholme, Logan City, Queensland 4129 Australia

Open: Sunday – Wednesday 7:30am – 9:00pm / Thursday – Saturday 7:30am – 10:00pm

Cuisines: Italian, Pizza, Australian

From the website: The desire to create a unique and versatile dining experience, together with a passion for Italian and Mediterranean cuisine, is what inspired founding director Chris Maggacis to open his first Toscani’s restaurant in 1998 at Garden City, Brisbane.

He worked hard in creating a venue where people could get together at any time of the day and enjoy superior service, a wide selection of tantalising food, fabulous coffees and cakes, and soak up a relaxed yet social atmosphere that truly sets Toscani’s apart. The goal was to provide all this and more, to a high standard yet at an affordable price.

It is not hard to see why Toscani’s was welcomed by the community and became an instant success in the Brisbane dining scene. Today, Toscani’s boasts 10 restaurants at exciting, convenient locations throughout Queensland and New South Wales.

Christopher’s Fine Foods

Address: 25 Daisy Hill Rd, Brisbane, Queensland 4127 Australia

Reservations, Seating, Parking Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Takeout, Outdoor Seating, Highchairs Available, Table Service

Open from 8:30am daily, this local café always keeps its consistent service and food standard.  The café offers indoor and outdoor seating, gluten free and vegetarian options. Serving meals all day, you can have early morning light bites or a full breakfast through to a beautiful menu for dinner including fine wines. The café has free parking at front of shopping centre.

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Databox Solutions, Loganholme, Qld

Databox Solutions has an office located in Loganholme. We help businesses improve productivity, reduce costs and streamline phone, internet and IT support into one easy bundle.  We specialise in VoIP phone systems and we’re looking to help any businesses located in Loganholme.  If you’re looking for any easy to use VoIP phone system, ask us online or ask our sales team over the phone.

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