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Logan Central – Suburb Profile

Logan Central, formerly part of Woodridge, was gazetted as a place name in 1986. It contains the Logan City council offices, library, community centre and art gallery. It is 21 km south-east of Brisbane. Once forming part of Woodridge, Logan Central is the official central business district of Logan City and is a major activity centre, with many shops and local businesses operating in the area, mostly along the Wembley Road corridor.

Woodridge, with a railway station, was one of the first places in the district to come under concentrated housing. The State Housing Commission was active in the 1960s. Logan Shire (1979) moved into the Albert Shire branch office in Wembley Street and rebuilt on the site in 1980-81. East of the council offices there is the Logan Central and Logan City shopping centres (1978, 1981, each with a discount department store, a supermarket and 60-70 other shops). To the north there is a strip shopping centre in Station Road, beside the railway station. Opposite the council offices there are the Woodridge primary school (1924), Woodridge high school (1972) and Logan City Special School (1974). Behind the council offices there are the Logan Gardens.

When first defined Logan Central included only the council offices and Logan Gardens area. In 1998 it was enlarged, north to Defiance Road, east to Kingston Road, south to Ellen and Ashton Streets and west to the high school. Its census population in 2006 was 5592.
The administrative and commercial centre for the area, Logan Central has entry level prices for first home buyers, while also attracting investors due to its central location, supply of tenants, and stock of ex-Housing Commission properties ripe for renovation. Logan Central offers a shopping centre and high school, while nearby Meadowbrook has the Logan Hospital as well as the campuses of Logan TAFE and Griffith University. Logan Central itself has schools and parkland facilities, is close railway stations, which provides access to the Brisbane CBD and to the Gold Coast. Logan Central also offers good access to the Logan and Pacific Motorways.

Housing stock consists primarily of low-set older style homes, but new low-priced homes in the area are likely to contribute to prices increases. Logan Central has a mixture of young families who rent and older people who are owner-occupiers. Many people commute to Brisbane to work, however, as the Logan Government offices are located in the area, many residents find employment in their own backyard. The large retail/commercial areas close by are also a good source of employment.

The Logan Entertainment Centre hosts cultural activities throughout the year while the Logan Gardens at the Civic Central Park is also a popular spot. Every Sunday morning, the Logan Central Market comes alive with products such as clothing, electrical goods, and fresh produce on offer.

The administrative and commercial centre for the area, Logan Central has entry level prices for first home buyers, while also attracting investors due to its central location, supply of tenants, and stock of ex-Housing Commission properties ripe for renovation.  Logan Central offers a shopping centre and high school, while nearby Meadowbrook has the Logan Hospital as well as the campuses of Logan TAFE and Griffith University. 

Logan Central itself has schools and parkland facilities, is close railway stations, which provides access to the Brisbane CBD and to the Gold Coast. Logan Central also offers good access to the Logan and Pacific Motorways. 

Housing stock consists primarily of low-set older style homes, but new low-priced homes in the area are likely to contribute to prices increases. Logan Central has a mixture of young families who rent and older people who are owner-occupiers. Many people commute to Brisbane to work, however, as the Logan Government offices are located in the area, many residents find employment in their own backyard. The large retail/commercial areas close by are also a good source of employment.

The Logan Entertainment Centre hosts cultural activities throughout the year while the Logan Gardens at the Civic Central Park is also a popular spot. Every Sunday morning, the Logan Central Market comes alive with products such as clothing, electrical goods, and fresh produce on offer. 

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