suburb of Heritage Park was created out of the continuing
growth of the region. Nearby Browns Plains is one of the
fastest growing areas of Logan City with the burgeoning
suburb split into two smaller suburbs, Heritage and Regents
Located next to Browns Plains is the exclusive suburb of
Forestdale which has properties worth up to two million
dollars, ensuring the area around Browns Plains is one of
the most desirable suburbs within the Logan Shire and this
is reflected in its vibrant property market.
Nestled in bushland, Heritage Park has a mix of old and new
homes. Many are brick and tile with the newer homes
rendered. Both low-set and high-set homes can be found in
the suburb. The area has children's playgrounds and quiet
cul-de-sacs, making Heritage Park popular with young
families. There are two established housing estates in
Heritage Park with new developments also continuing in the
The Browns Plains area is progressive and fully developed
with almost every facility and service available locally.
These include train and bus services, cinemas, a skating
rink, emergency services and schools.
There is also a major shopping centre called the Grand Plaza
which features hundreds of specialty shops. Browns Plains is
home to one of Queensland's biggest RSL Clubs - The