Parks and Walkways

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Parks in Logan are a great place to have a picnic, take a walk, play with your dog or host a family barbecue.

See 'All Projects' for updates or to have your say.

Parks in Logan are a great place to have a picnic, take a walk, play with your dog or host a family barbecue.

See 'All Projects' for updates or to have your say.

  • Elm Park Community Garden Group

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    We would like your feedback about the Elm Park Community Garden so we can continue to grow the garden for our community.

  • Logan Village Green - Placemaking and Event Strategy

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    In December 2020, Logan City Council ran a Logan Village Green Ideation Workshop to help determine and facilitate Logan Village Green’s future event calendar. From this workshop, there were 9 key events identified.

  • Eagleby Wetlands Conceptual Masterplan - CLOSED

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    This consultation has concluded.

    We thank residents for their interest and suggestions for the draft concept plan for the Eagleby Wetlands.

    We have read all feedback and incorporated peoples suggestions in the updated draft concept plan to reflect this where possible.

    We have included suggestions for interpretive signage, additional seating and pontoon, CCV camera as well as additional boardwalks in the masterplan.


  • Proposed Community Garden, Sturdee Park - CLOSED

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    This consultation has concluded.

    Council has received an application to establish a community garden in Sturdee park near the Ryan Street entrance. We are now considering entering into a formal lease with the Jimbelungare Community Garden Group to establish and maintain this community garden.