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Marsden – Suburb Profile

Marsden, a residential suburb, is four km south of Logan Central and 24 km south of central Brisbane.A suburb of the 1970s-80s, Marsden included Crestmead, the suburb adjoining it to the south. The area’s first development was in Crestmead.

Until 1979 Marsden was divided between Albert and Beaudesert Shires along Browns Plains Road. When Albert Shire was abolished in 1979, Marsden came entirely within the new Logan shire (now city). The suburb was named after Violet Marsden, treasurer of the local progress association.

Marsden primary school was opened in 1978, and the high school (1987) is to its east, but in Waterford West. The industrial estate (1970s-80s) is in the south-west of Marsden, accessible from Browns Plains Road. It is identified by street names such as Magnesium and Titanium.

As the suburb grew Crestmead school was opened in 1984, and Burrowes primary school (1987) was opened in the west. A shopping centre and a Church of Jesus Christ and Latter Day Saints were also opened there and a landmark Cambodian Buddhist Temple was completed in 2005 . Marsden’s main shopping centre, Marsden Park (1985) is in the east, along with a library (2006).

Located in Logan Shire, Marsden offers an affordable mix of older-style cottages, brick and tile houses, as well as new homes. One of its selling points is the size of blocks in Marsden – many are more than 800sq m. New developments in the area offer these larger blocks, while the suburb also has areas that haven’t yet been developed.

Marsden is bordered by major roads and is within easy commuting distance of the Brisbane CBD and the Gold Coast by road, rail and bus. Nearby Logan City, however, offers significant employment opportunities with more than 7000 businesses as does Marsden itself.The suburb is within easy access of a number of shopping facilities. There is the Marsden Fair Shopping Centre and the Marsden Park Shopping Centre, which also houses the public library. Marsden has plenty of green, wide open spaces for recreational pursuits such as cycling.

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