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Regents Park is a suburb immediately south of
Brisbane. The suburb is approximately 5 km² in area,
12% of which is taken up by five parks.
22 km to Brisbane
Affordable new and old homes
Regents Park was originally part of Browns Plains.
It was subdivided for residential housing in the
early 1980s. The name Regents Park was
proposed by the land developer.
Yugumbir State School opened on 28 January 1986.
Regents Park State School opened on 1 January 1994.
There are three schools in Regents Park:
Yugumbir State School, a government
primary school, is located on Vansittart
Road. The name 'Yugumbir' is an
Aboriginal word for the district.
Regents Park State School, a government
primary school, is located on Emerald
St Bernardine's School, a Roman Catholic
primary school, is located at 25
Logan West Library is located in Grand Plaza Drive,
Browns Plains near Grand Plaza. Other Logan City
Council libraries not far away are in Greenbank and
Marsden. Visit the LCC Library Page for more
There are three weekend markets near Regents Park:
Woodridge Train Station Markets
Sunday 6 am - 12 noon, Croydon Road,
Woodridge (opposite the Woodridge train
A traditional multicultural fresh
produce street market, easily accessible
Logan Central Markets
Sunday 6 am - 12 noon, Logan Central
Plaza, Wembley Road, Logan Central
Browns Plains Markets
& third Saturday of every month,
mornings, showgrounds at the corner of
Browns Plains and Waller Roads.
suburb of Regents Park was created out of the continuing
growth of nearby Browns Plains - one of the fastest growing
areas of Logan City - with the burgeoning suburb split into
two smaller suburbs, Heritage and Regents Park.
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.
Regents Park is set in leafy surrounds and 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 area has children's playgrounds and quiet cul-de-sacs,
making Regents Park popular with young families. There is
one established housing estate in Regents Park which offers
affordable house and land. A new development, Regents
Heights Estate, is family-friendly and is in the early
stages of development.
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. Regents Park has
two shopping areas, the Regency Plaza and the Regency Park
Shopping Centre, as well. Browns Plains is also home to one
of Queensland's biggest RSL Clubs - The Greenbank RSL