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Waterford West – Suburb Profile

Waterford West is a residential suburb in Logan City, immediately west of the Logan River and Waterford. Loganlea and the Gold Coast railway are to its north.

Waterford was the area first settled by Europeans, but a ferry from there to Waterford West, across the Logan River near today’s Brisbane-Beenleigh Road, started in about 1863. There was a farm settlement around Tygum Lagoon, and an ill-fated land subdivision defined by today’s Wharf and William Streets in 1865. The Tygum sugar mill (1870) was built on the subdivision.

The Morning Star (now Club) Hotel (1871) was built at the corner of Brisbane-Beenleigh and Loganlea Roads, and the Logan River was bridged in 1876. Forty years later the bridge was replaced by a concrete structure, and the latest one dates from 1954.

Residential development began in Waterford West in the 1970s. The primary school opened in 1976, and the Marsden High school in the extreme west of the suburb opened in 1987. A drive-in theatre was built in 1974 on Logan Road Reserve, near Beutel Street. Shopping is provided in Loganlea Road and at Waterford Plaza opposite the Club Hotel.

Waterford West has retained its rural Logan Shire appeal. Houses tend to be larger and set on acreages ranging from big to small. There is a rural feel to the suburb that is particularly unique given it is less than 30km from Brisbane.

There is one primary and one second school in the area with the Waterford Plaza being the largest retail outlet in the district. Waterford West is located close to the Logan motorway and Loganlea train station making commuting to Brisbane or the Gold Coast a viable option. 

There are still plenty of green spaces to be found in the area. Evergreen Park, in nearby Loganlea, has barbecue facilities and the area around Tygum Lagoon is proving to be consistently popular with families. Henry Jordan Park, which runs along the Logan River, is popular for fishing.

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