Loganholme is a suburb of Logan City, 29 km from the capital city of Brisbane.
It is intersected by the Pacific Motorway and the Logan Motorway, which is parallel to a tiny portion of the northern border. The southern and western borders trail the Logan River.
Though a long distance from the city, you can find everything in this suburb. There are good local schools, lovely parks, cafes, local shops, a community centre and other amenities. Loganholme is a quiet, family-friendly community. Plenty of homes have large yards for the kids to play.
Leisure and Shopping
Alexander Clark Park, a small pocket of land along the Logan River, features native flora, walking and bike paths, dog off-leash areas, picnic tables and barbeques, playgrounds and riverside pontoons. It can hosts events for large groups for people like weddings.
Tudor Park offers sporting facilities for cricket and basketball, fitness equipment, picnic area, playground, walking track and skate facilities.
Kiewa Park has facilities for electric barbeque, basketball, picnic as well as a playground.
A retail district is located in the northern tip of the suburb, next to Logan Hyperdrome. It has a hotel, and some shops including Officeworks, Foodworks and Harvey Norman. The Hyperdrome Shopping Centre has a Coles supermarket, a Woolworths department store, a wide variety of cafes and dining options and plenty of retail shops.
- Population: 6,124 (2011 Census)
- Median age: 31 years old
- Average household size: 2.9
Top 5 Resident Lifestyles in Loganholme
- Older couples and families
- Maturing couples with children
- Established couples with children
- Older Independence
- Independent youth
Top 5 Occupations of Residents
- Technicians and trades workers
- Clerical and administrative workers
- Sales workers
There is a bus interchange next to the Logan Hyperdrome. Bus services regularly runs to Beenleigh and Logan Central.