Logan

                  

Logan is an incredibly special place, and we’re thrilled you’re going to get a taste of it. One of our greatest assets  is the multicultural mix - Logan is more more diverse than New York City.

Logan is also one of the largest and fastest growing cities in Australia. It has 313,785 residents with 217 ethnicities represented.  Find out more about Logan here <link to be provided>

Logan is the host city of Logan Together - a community led collective impact movement that is making strides to ensuring Logan kids have the same opportunities as other kids in Australia.  Check out more about Logan Together here! 

 

Getting to the venue

The Logan Entertainment Centre (LEC) is located in Logan Central at 170 Wembley Road. It situated less than 5.8km west of the M1 highway between Brisbane and the Gold Coast. Click here for further information.

ChangeFest will provide a pick up and drop off service daily to and from specified hotels so please ensure you indicate at the time of registration if this is a service you will require during your stay in Logan.

By Car

Logan City is easily accessible by car. Three key highways pass through our city:

Pacific Motorway (linking Brisbane and the Gold Coast)

Mount Lindesay Highway (linking Brisbane and Beaudesert)

Logan Motorway (linking Logan and Ipswich)

 

By Bus

Two private bus companies provide bus services in Logan City.

Logan City Bus Service

Covering the eastern side of Logan; services travel to Brisbane via the South East Busway, stopping at Logan Hyperdome, Springwood Bus Station, Grand Plaza at Browns Plains and Garden City Shopping Centre. A number of wheelchair-accessible services are available, using low-floor buses.

Park Ridge Transit

Covering the western side of Logan City; all services interchange at the Grand Plaza Shopping Centre in Browns Plains.  All local services use fully accessible, low-floor buses.

Seamless interchange is provided to express services to Brisbane via Brisbane Transport buses.

By Train

Logan City is on the Brisbane-Gold Coast line, with stations at (in order north to south):

  • Trinder Park
  • Woodridge
  • Kingston
  • Loganlea
  • Bethania
  • Edens Landing
  • Holmview
  • Beenleigh

Services on the Beenleigh line operate at all stops between Brisbane and Beenleigh, half-hourly, throughout the day. The Gold Coast Express service (from the Brisbane Airport to Robina) also operates half-hourly but stops only at Loganlea on some services.

For details of routes and timetables, contact TransLink Info on 13 12 30 or visit visit TransLink.

 

Parking

There are two designated parking areas for attendees, one at the front of the building and another at the rear. Accessible parking is available with six designated spaces at the front of the building and three at the back.

 

Weather

Logan enjoys South-East Queensland's famous mild sub-tropical climate. The average maximum temperature is 26 degrees C and the average minimum temperature is 15 degrees C.

 

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