Rivers and Waterways

Decorative river with rural landscape

Rivers and waterways play a critical role in the history and the future City of Logan.

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

Rivers and waterways play a critical role in the history and the future City of Logan.

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

  • Scrubby Creek Recovery Plan Community Survey - CLOSED

    8 months ago
    Scrubby creek recovery plan community survey

    This consultation has concluded.

    We are seeking your input to help direct our next urban creek recovery plan for Scrubby Creek.

    The 'Scrubby Creek Recovery Plan' will assess the catchment’s current condition and considering the catchments values and risks. It will also identify opportunities to enhance the health and community connection to the creek.

    Feedback for this closed on Sunday 24 March.

    This consultation has concluded.

    We are seeking your input to help direct our next urban creek recovery plan for Scrubby Creek.

    The 'Scrubby Creek Recovery Plan' will assess the catchment’s current condition and considering the catchments values and risks. It will also identify opportunities to enhance the health and community connection to the creek.

    Feedback for this closed on Sunday 24 March.

  • Slacks Creek's Catchment Recovery Project - CLOSED

    8 months ago
    Slacks creek catchment

    This consultation has concluded.

    Slacks Creek flows through the heart of Logan City. It's not the Logan River's biggest tributary but it links some of the city's busiest suburbs to the river.

    This consultation has concluded.

    Slacks Creek flows through the heart of Logan City. It's not the Logan River's biggest tributary but it links some of the city's busiest suburbs to the river.
  • Belivah Creek Restoration - CLOSED

    8 months ago
    Belivah creek objective size

    This consultation has concluded.

    The launch of Restoring Belivah Creek was held on Sunday 22nd April 2018 (Earth Day) at Willmann Park, Belivah. Over 100 community members helped celebrate the day.

    This consultation has concluded.

    The launch of Restoring Belivah Creek was held on Sunday 22nd April 2018 (Earth Day) at Willmann Park, Belivah. Over 100 community members helped celebrate the day.