Logan Council

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Around Logan Council
The list below shows the suburbs in the local council area of Logan. If you're looking for a licensed pest control expert and you're located in any of these suburbs, please click on the suburb name. Keep in mind help is just a phone call away.  
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History of Logan

The Commandant of the Moreton Bay Penal Settlement, Captain Patrick Logan. Patrick Logan was a compulsive explorer and in 1826 on his first expedition he discovered the Logan River. Logan noted the river was well suited to large-vessel traffic and was a first-class avenue to access the high-quality arable land along its banks. He named the country Darling, in honour of the Governor. The Governor renamed the river after Logan.

The penal settlement based in Brisbane was closed in 1841 and the land was quickly taken up by squatters. The first leases of land in the Logan area were issued from 1849 and immigration was encouraged following the separation from NSW in 1859. The declaration of the Logan and Eight Mile Plains Agricultural Reserves in 1862 led to extensive settlement of the area. German immigrants arrived in batches from the 1864 onwards. Generous land orders for immigrants in Queensland created a drawcard in the possibility of owning their own farm.

A cotton gin, which was converted to a sugar mill, was built at Loganholme in 1867. Cotton growers faced problems with both the weather and a lack of available labour despite the introduction of Kanaka labour. By the 1870s few working cotton plantations remained along the Logan River. While this crop was marginally successful, between 1866 and 1874, sugar was soon to become the staple industry.

History info thanks to Wikipedia

Things To See and Do in Logan

The City of Logan is filled with things to do, places to see and delicious multicultural dishes. With historical sites to see, markets to explore and beautiful parks and cute wildlife to take pictures of, you need to make Logan City your next holiday destination.


The Logan River Trail is a water-based trail which provides information signs along the river to help you find your way and discover the river’s features. Whether by boat, canoe or kayak, there is truly something for everyone to discover. It is bustling with riverside parks which are a great place for a picnic, a family barbecue, a walk or a play with your dog while you’re exploring the Logan River Trail. Each park has facilities ready for you to enjoy.


LEC is Logan City’s premier entertainment venue, hosting a variety of events ranging from theatre shows and concerts to exhibitions, school productions and awards dinners.

The venue’s services and facilities include an experienced events team and production specialists, full bar, and kiosk, audio-visual and lighting equipment, computerised on-site ticketing system and free off-street parking as well as disabled access.


The Wine Glass Water Tower takes its name from its distinctive wine glass shape. The water tower holds a million litres of water, while the bowl alone weighs close to 400 tonnes. By night, visitors are captivated by the light show which can be seen from kilometres away, featuring 155 lights that change colour during the year according to occasions and community celebrations. Visitors and locals alike are fond of picnics underneath the water tower because of the scenic park it offers.


The Logan Art Gallery opened in 1995. It celebrates the diverse work of visual artists, craft workers and designers. It presents dynamic exhibitions for residents and visitors which includes touring exhibitions, local artists, visiting artists, and works from the Logan art collection.
Logan Art Gallery offers a range of free public programs, including guided tours, practical workshops, special events and artist talks.


Get a first-hand taste of Logan’s cultural diversity at one of the city’s hidden attractions, the Global Food Market. Shop amongst locals and pick up a range of seasonal produce you’d only expect to find overseas including; dragonfruit, jack fruit, custard apples, lychees, rambutan, mangosteen and much more.


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