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Logan Reserve – Suburb Profile

Logan Reserve is a mostly rural locality between Park Ridge and Waterford, generally 27 km south of central Brisbane. It was named after the Logan Agricultural Reserve (1862), an area based around the Logan River extending from Chambers Flat to Eagleby. The Reserve was established for the provision of farms for emigrant families.

Farm blocks were selected along the fertile lands adjoining the Logan River, in the areas now occupied by Waterford, Tanah Merah, Loganholme and Bethania. An early ‘central place’ for the farm settlements was at the intersection of Logan Reserve Road and School Road, where there were a church (1864), a cemetery and a school (1868). Nothing in the shape of a town followed as, upon the bridging of the Logan River downstream, Waterford became the district’s township and centre for local government.
In the 1890s German settlers had their Bethel church (1898) at Logan Reserve, and the cemetery became known as a Lutheran one. The church was demolished by a storm in 1936.

The northern-most part of Logan Reserve, next to Waterford West, has a residential estate. Elsewhere is rural, although there is a Seventh Day Adventist church in Logan Reserve past the primary school. Until 2008 Logan Reserve was divided between Logan City and Beaudesert Road along School Road, and the census populations in 2006 were 1043 (Beaudesert) and 900 (Logan). Logan Reserve is now entirely in Logan City.

Logan Reserve offers wonderful acreage bushland homes and a few suburban-style streets to its north.Most properties here range from two to ten acres, with dwelling types varying between cottage style, Tudor, large western red cedar and large country estates.Properties have fully pressurised town water and, with the Logan River as a border, the rural setting is great for families seeking a little elbow-room for the kids and the suburb holds great appeal for horse lovers.Despite the country lifestyle afforded by Logan Reserve, there are plenty of amenities close at hand, including a primary school.

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