Beenleigh is a town and a suburb in the City of Logan, Queensland, Australia. At the 2016 Australian Census Beenleigh recorded a population of 8,252. A government survey for the new town was conducted in 1866.
Restaurants in Beenleigh
4.5 based on 43 reviews
Beenleigh Historical Village & Museum (BHV&M) takes you on a journey of years gone by. This collection of our Early Australian heritage is organised as a village and dedicated to preserving the cultural legacy of the old Beenleigh region for current and future generations. A popular tourist destination for school students, families & seniors tours, the Beenleigh Historical Village features early Australia memorabilia, collections of items and even entire buildings which have been lovingly preserved and restored. We're also a favourite location for car and bike clubs, and special functions such as weddings. There are twenty heritage buildings filled with original items used by those who lived in the 1860s and onward. Our extensive collection has been either donated to the Village or were the original products/items belonging in the homes we have on site. Cafe open Sundays.
Great little place to go and visit for the afternoon to find out about our early industrialisation/farming era in South Queensland. Quaint little church and school house as well. I highly recommend going and checking out the wood carving shack and having a chat to Radha, he's incredibly down to earth guy and loves to tell stories with his artworks. Top bloke.
The only reason I didn't give the review five stars is because we had some confusion with entry pricing - concession prices are valid for pensioners on a commonwealth concession card only and unfortunately doesn't include full time students. However, it is only $2 difference between concession and adult prices. I feel like this should be made clearer on their website and facebook pages.
That being said, I really enjoyed my visit and taking pictures of the incredible history they have stored in the yard. Highly recommend for a day out!
4.5 based on 20 reviews
3.5 based on 53 reviews
EcoPark is recreational catch and release fishing at it's best. Located 30 minutes from Brisbane or the Gold Coast the park is home to two large fishing ponds filled with Bass, Perch, Sooty Grunter and other varieties of fresh water fish. An ever-expanding collection of farm and native animals adds to the appeal. On site BBQ's as well as a kiosk make for an easy lunch. Featured on Channel 7 TV's Creek to Coast fishing program it's a great day out for individuals, families or corporate groups.
There is something for everyone. Fishing, animals, games, paddle boats, putt putt, jumping castle and the list goes on. Run by genuine friendly people. Expect to get dirty and you won't be disappointed. We spent 4 hours but could have easily stayed longer if the kids (1 and 4 yo) weren't ready to drop. Brought all our own food.
5 based on 4 reviews
Absolute bliss. I had a float, infa-red sauna, massage and a facial. The staff are really friendly and professional. They use all organic products. Left feeling very relaxed and fresh. The staff don't rush you between treatments either. You can shower before and after treatments too making you feel fresh. Very happy. Will definately be back
4 based on 10 reviews
The kids had a great time, although it is very hot, and there is no water Fountain available, so drinks must be purchased. Also I did not find the staff very helpful, they were ok with the kids but very rude to the adults and not interested in showing any hospitality. The party area upstairs is hotter than downstairs, and although you book for 2 hours, you have to be out of the party area after 1.5 hours. No catering is provided you must supply all of your own food and drinks.
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