Discover the best top things to do in Logan City, Australia including Beenleigh Artisan Distillery, Kingston Park Raceway, Underwood Park, Chung Tian Temple, Logan West Library, Logan North Library, Springwood Conservation Park, ECCL Global Foods Markets, Berrinba Wetlands Park, Logan Village Museum.
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5 based on 114 reviews
Beenleigh is Australia's original rum. Created before any other rum in the country. And over 130 years later, we're still making rum the traditional, "boutique" way. Still operating from our original stone building upon the banks of the Albert River at Eagleby. Still exclusively sourcing Australia's finest molasses from the country's only remaining family-owned sugar mill. And still pot stilling using our original copper equipment. We then age every drop of our golden liquid gracefully in handmade oak brandy barrels to create Beenleigh's distinctive, luscious flavour and its velvety smooth finish. Making it perfect for sipping neat or over ice. Like only a truly great rum can be. Visit Australia's oldest registered and continuously working distillery. Join us for a tour to learn about our history and the colourful people that have made the Beenleigh Artisan Distillery an iconic Queensland attraction. Understand how our master distillers craft quality award winning rums and sit back and enjoy the flavour, textures and aromas as part of the tasting experience.
The distillery was easy to get to. Although being an artisan distillery with only two distillers, it remains humble. The tour was very interesting and our guide, Danielle was very kind and approachable. The tasting was an enjoyable experience. I recomend both the classsic and...MoreHi melmudhfkwong. Thank you for taking the time to write a review. We're glad you enjoyed your experience with us and we'll be sure to pass on your feedback to Danielle. We look forward to welcoming you back, perhaps to one of our cocktail nights!
4 based on 155 reviews
Kingston Park Raceway is Australia's premier Karting facility and we have 3 race tracks and 100 karts to suit all ages and abilities. There is also amusement rides, a games room were the kids can win some great prizes and our fabulous Pit Stop Cafe for drinks and refreshments. We look forward to seeing you track side soon.
Very busy, so book in advance. Wanted to go on full track but that was 3 hour wait due to how popular the location is. Had to settle for the Monte Carlo part for me and the kids, like all hire karts its luck of...MoreThank you Colin for dropping in and spending a day on track with us here at the raceway. In the Christmas season it can be busy so your advice on pre-booking is a valuable tip for others.. Hope we see you all back soon :)
4.5 based on 28 reviews
Wow sometimes the best places are right under our nose. We observed a abundance of activities going on as we did a small circuit. Personal Trainers and their teams, Cycle carnival, a lad netting tadpoles, ducks, water birds and fowls, doggies having a morning walk, families using the barbecues, kids using the play equipment at Funderworld park, girls playing netball. A credit to Logan City Council for providing and maintaining such a great open facility.
5 based on 19 reviews
Definitely worth a visit. We were intimidated at first but once we got in there they were all very welcoming
5 based on 9 reviews
4.5 based on 11 reviews
Logan North's library is enormous and so diverse. It has books for all ages, a Wii & Playstation, dozens of computer stations and even large study rooms for group-study. They frequently run workshops for people to improve their literacy, art and/or resumes to name but just a few. It's all very modern, spacious and beautifully laid-out. You'll hardly notice anyone else there, except for the friendly staff. It's even free to sign-up.
4 based on 14 reviews
5 based on 4 reviews
International Foods, eat in or Take Away. Fresh exotic Fruits, Vegetables, nuts and plants. Fresh Flowers.
Wow. The cheapest fresh food market we've ever found. And superb choice. Its not glamorous but sure is fun. Cultural melting pot. Fascinating. It wont make the top ten of Brisbane's to do list, but great way to spend a different sort of sunday morning exploring.
4 based on 7 reviews
The well kept park is situated at an artificial lake which you can walk around in about an hour.
You can find picnic areas, barbecue (electric), a playground, toilets (including wheelchair toilets) and the area is used as a wedding location.
There are a number of walking tracks around the lake and you can have a picnic at the waterfront. You can find a map on the Logan City Council website.
4 based on 2 reviews
This is a lovely picnic area with a lot of interest for people of all ages. The Museum is one of approx. six buildings - an old school house, a craft cottage, a dance hall, a barn full of agricultural equipment and tools - and all are full of memorabilia. My club members had morning tea under a huge pergola, and then proceeded to investigate the buildings. Just down the road is the Logan Village Tavern, a perfect place for a reasonably priced lunch.
This area was a bustling centre of commerce and the stopping off place for steamers up the Logan River, back in the 1860s and 70s. Now it's a peaceful country day trip.
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