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Heights is a family-friendly suburb in Logan with good
backyards and affordable property.
Boronia Heights lies to the west of Park Ridge.
Boronia Heights was known as the Logan Ridges through to the
early 1890s. Boronia Heights State School opened on 29 January 1990.
Boronia Heights was gazetted as a suburb in October 1991 and was
named after the first residential housing estate in the area.
The Boronia Heights State School, a government primary (P-6)
school, is located at 194 Middle Road.
The Boronia Bushland Reserve offers opportunities for
bushwalking, barbecues and picnics. The bushland is home to many
species of Australian fauna including eastern grey kangaroos,
bandicoots, goannas, possums and koalas. The area has many scribbly
gums, characterised by the scribbly lines on the otherwise smooth
A comparatively new suburban area,
Boronia Heights was developed mainly by Devine around 10
years ago and borders Hillcrest, Regents Park and Park Ridge
in the Shire's west. The suburb's modern three and
four-bedroom brick and tile homes originally attracted
investors and until recently Boronia Heights was a high
rental area. Its affordability has proven very popular with
young families and first home buyers
in the last few years, however, as prices in other areas
have increased. Although they're becoming more scarce you
can still buy a house in Boronia Heights for around
Residents of Boronia Heights generally travel to nearby
Browns Plains or Park Ridge for their shopping needs and for
entertainment. The Grand Plaza in Browns Plains contains a
shopping centre, cinemas and a bus exchange with services to
Brisbane and the Gold Coast.
There is a Boronia Heights Primary School but families with
older children generally send them to Park Ridge High or to
private schools further afield.