City of Logan's Visitor Attractions

The City of Logan has plenty of unique visitor attractions that are worth taking a detour from the M1 to check out.

From multicultural markets to world class immersive theatre, historical villages, temples, koalas, a castle and a shark and ray garden, here's 14 must-dos for visitors to Logan. 

Leave the 21st century behind and time travel back to another century at Beenleigh Historical Village, a well-kept secret that which would have to rate as
Venture to the Global Food Markets to find the cheapest multicultural fresh food market around Brisbane
Daisy Hill Koala Centre is a dedicated koala education centre located in Daisy Hill Conservation Park, 25 kilometres south of Brisbane
Home to thousands of artefacts, the Logan Village Museum is a must-visit destination for all history buffs
In 1871 young couple John and Emily Hayes immigrated from England, having apparently been lured by stories they heard from relatives and local settlers the Kingstons. A priceless time capsule of a pioneering family
On the outer edges of parklands and koala colonies is this peaceful Buddhist retreat with buildings in the Chinese palace architectural style of red and gold
Put the pedal to the metal at Australia's largest public karting complex - Kingston Park Raceway. Adrenaline junkies (ages 16+) can get their fix on Kingston Park's Le Mans Circuit
Beenleigh Artisan Distillers is home to Australia's original rum. Founded in 1884, on the banks of the Albert River, Beenleigh is the oldest registered
An extraordinary experience unlike anything you've ever seen awaits with Spirits of the Red Sand – an interactive Aboriginal live theatre show and dinner experience
Poppy’s Chocolates is like Beenleigh’s very own Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory found off the beaten track
The Shark and Ray Gardens in Loganholme is Logan’s best kept secret – an interactive aquarium. Offering a unique experience that’s educational and fun for all ages
Logan’s best kept secret is Castle Rumble, a medieval-style 'castle' built brick by brick by Brian Rumble, an artist and sculptor
The Kingston Butter Factory began life in 1907, at the height of Kingston's dairy farming days and as a timber structure.The butter factory is currently being refurbished as of early 2019 and will re-open as a $12 million hub for entrepreneurs
Wineglass Water Tower in Hillcrest is an iconic attraction that is a drawcard at night

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L’amante Anglaise is a must-see murder mystery performed live on stage
Boho Luxe Market is a massive festival-style market at The Old Museum
Dolly Diamond's Bl*nkety Bl*nks is a hilarious variety show for adults-only
Quilty is a stunning exhibition of the works of contemporary artist Ben Quilty
Australia's biggest Inflatable Fun Park is coming to Brisbane
The BBQ & Beer Roadshow at Redland Showgrounds where you can sample delicious BBQ meat and craft brews
Join award-winning author Tara June Winch in conversation with Melissa Lucashenko
Queensland Music Festival returns for 3 weeks in July
Portside Wharf is hosting a decadent chocolate festival

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