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Loganholme is a suburb
with the majority of the land is used for houses
while it has range of other uses.
The suburb is bisected by the Pacific Motorway
and the Logan Motorway which aligns with a small
section of the northern boundary. The southern and
western boundaries of the suburb follow the Logan
River. Tudor Park on Clarks Road features sports
facilities. A small pocket of land by the Logan
River is known as Alexander Clark Park. The park is
well-facilitated and available for large groups and
events such as weddings. East of the motorway is a
large commercial and industrial area, adjacent to
vacant flood plains. Here the largest wastewater
treatment plant in the City of Logan began an
upgrade process in 2014. The upgrade was needed to
meet population growth in the area. In the northern
tip of Loganholme, adjacent to the Logan Hyperdome
is a retail district with a public hotel,
Officeworks, Foodworks and Harvey Norman stores.
Nearby, along Bryants Road is the Loganholme police
A cotton gin, which was converted to a sugar
mill, was built at Loganholme in 1867. The existing
ferry crossing at Loganhholme, known as the
Beenleigh Ferry, established in the 1870s, was
facing increased delays by the 1920s as vehicle
traffic passing through the area increased
dramatically. A road crossing from Loganholme to
Beenleigh was opened in July 1931. The bridge here
was duplicated in May 1968 and rebuilt in 1999 when
the Pacific Motorway was widened. Until 1949,
Loganholme was within Shire of Tingalpa.
A bus interchange is located adjacent to the
Logan Hyperdome. A regular bus links to both
Beenleigh and Logan Central. The grade separated
intersection of the two motorways was originally
built in 1988.
The area is also home to the Loganholme State
School. The school was established in 1873.
Low-lying river frontage
Loganholme is located just off the Pacific Motorway some 30
kilometres south of the Brisbane CBD.
The suburb is intersected by the Pacific Motorway and is
well located to access major infrastructure in the Logan
area. The Logan Hyperdome is nearby, as are a number of
public and private schools including John Paul College and
Griffith University's Logan Campus.
The suburb has some relatively high quality brick and tile
housing on good sized allotments, including the gated
Logandale Estate adjoining the Riverlakes Golf Club. Most
houses are low-set, weatherboard, brick or hardiplank with
large, open places found between suburbs in the area.
Many young families live in Loganholme and while most people
work outside the area, the Logan Hyperdome and other retail
areas also provide employment for Logan residents