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Slacks Creek – Suburb Profile

Slacks Creek, an inner northern suburb of Logan City, is 22 km south-east of central Brisbane. It is named after the stream which meanders through the suburb, joining the Logan River a little beyond the suburb’s south-east limit. The creek was apparently named after William Slack, the holder of an early grazing licence.

During its rural period, which ran until the 1960s, Slacks Creek included the suburb of Springwood on the north-eastern side of the Pacific Highway.

The well watered land grew extensive hardwood forests from which were cut sleepers for the South Coast railway line (1885). In turn, the cleared land was good for dairying, which was stimulated by the opening of the Kingston butter factory a few kilometres to the south west. A provisional school was opened in 1873 and an Anglican church in 1901.

Being situated between the railway line and the Pacific Highway, Slacks Creek was included in the reticulated electricity grid in 1946, a sure stimulus for residential development in the early 1950s. A progress association was formed in 1955, and five years later the progress hall was opened. Catholic and Methodist churches were opened in the 1960s. During 1966-86 the census populations of Slacks Creek grew from fewer than 1000 to over 11,000 people. Springwood was severed from the locality in 1969.

Slacks Creek is a small suburb that runs next to the Pacific Motorway. The area has a number of parks and is an ideal spot to find your first home. 

Newer homes are available close to the highway, while a number of cul de sacs are home to well-designed, good quality properties on decent sized blocks. Some of the older properties are brick and tile, hardiplank or weatherboard and thus are ripe for renovation.

The area is home to a commercial and light industrial precinct which, coupled with neighbouring Logan, may have employment opportunities for residents of the area.  There is two primary and one second school in the area with the Logan Central Plaza and the Logan City Centre being the best spots for shopping and groceries.Slacks Creek also has plenty of parkland with a plethora of recreational parks and sporting clubs available.

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