The City of Logan is a diverse, exciting and natural destination with the cleanest air of any Australian city.
Logan’s fertile soils produce an array of regional harvests shaped by the region’s rich cultural diversity to deliver a host of authentic local and international flavours. A glimpse into the region reveals an abundance of locally produced fruit, vegetables, herbs, legumes and gourmet products - all part of a tempting culinary landscape.
It stands to reason then that food events loom large on the Logan City events calendar. A global food village, pop-up truck food festivals and producers’ lunch are testament to the region’s love of food and visitors are often impressed by the city’s eclectic mix of dining venues.
With two iconic rivers, and nestled between Brisbane, Gold Coast and Ipswich, Logan is ideally positioned to connect with South East Queensland and the broader marketplace through its close proximity to two international airports, major arterials and an international port. With more than 70 percent of the City of Logan comprising rural, semi-rural or conservation, residents and visitors can enjoy vast areas of natural bushland and recreational parklands.
The city is also home to a vibrant arts community and various cultural precincts which celebrate the region’s cultural diversity with assorted cultural projects.
For things to see and do in the City of Logan - visitlogan.com.au