About Logan


Logan is one of the largest and fastest growing cities in Australia. Logan City Council, a progressive leader in local government, provides community services and facilities to its residents.

About Logan City:

  • 70 suburbs
  • 957 square kilometres (229 square kilometres before March 2008. The area formerly part of the Gold Coast area was 49 square kilometres and the area formerly part of Beaudesert Shire was 635 square kilometres)
  • 70 per cent of the city is rural, semi-rural or land for conservation. We also have 2,633 hectares of wetlands and 2,177 kilometres of waterways

Logan is home to more than 300,000 people from more than 215 different cultures. We celebrate our diversity and the rich and varied lifestyle it offers. Logan is also a very young city with around 50 per cent of residents aged 30 or younger. This adds energy and enthusiasm to our community and gives us a real vibrancy. No wonder we have become known as one of the most diverse cities in Australia.


City of Logan suburbs include:

Bahrs ScrubBannockburnBeenleighBelivahBerrinbaBethaniaBoronia HeightsBrowns PlainsBuccanCarbrookCedar CreekCedar GroveCedar ValeChambers Flat, CornubiaCrestmead, Daisy Hill, EaglebyEdens Landing, Flagstone, Flinders Lakes, Forestdale, Glenlogan, Greenbank, Heritage Park, HillcrestHolmview, Jimboomba, Kagaru, Kairabah, KingstonLogan Central, Logan ReserveLogan Village, LoganholmeLoganlea, Lyons, Mclean (North & South), Marsden, Meadowbrook, Monarch Glen, Mount Warren Park, Mundoolun, MunrubenNew Beith, Park Ridge, Park Ridge South, Priestdale, Regents Park, Riverbend, Rochedale South, Shailer Park, Silverbark Ridge, Slacks CreekSpringwood, Stockleigh, Tamborine, Tanah Merah, Underwood, Undullah, VeresdaleVeresdale Scrub, Waterford, Waterford West, Windaroo, Wolffdene, Woodhill, Woodridge, Yarrabilba