Did you know the City of Logan provides access to some of the most open preserved natural environment in South-East Queensland and has the cleanest city air in Australia?

Whether you’re looking to have a family day out, go on a romantic picnic, take a scenic bushwalk or embark on an urban adventure, with around 900 local and regional parks, every corner of the City of Logan has something to offer.

Berrinba Wetlands

Berrinba Wetlands reserve is one of the city’s most popular attractions, and it’s the perfect destination for the family to explore the outdoors.

It has seven kilometres of shared walking and bicycle tracks with five bridges linking the wetlands and bushland.

When you go for a bit of a walk through the reserve, expect to see beautiful scenery like native fauna and wildlife, crystal creeks and ponds and you may even be surprised by a wallaby jumping out to say hello.

The park also features interactive education resources and displays along the tracks.

Daisy Hill Koala Centre

Daisy Hill Koala Park is surrounded by tall gum trees and native wildlife; it offers tourists a myriad of fun activities for the whole family to enjoy.

Located at the heart of the park is the Daisy Hill Koala Centre, where you’ll get to discover the secret world of koalas, learning more about them by exploring fun and informative displays and meeting the marsupial residents. The centre also has an observation tower to get a koala’s eye view of the world.

For the adventurous, Daisy Hill Koala Centre also offers world class mountain biking tracks, horse riding, bird watching, animal viewing, bushwalking and hiking tracks, as well as BBQ facilities for a perfect day out with the family.

Cornubia Forest Park

Cornubia Forest Park is the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle and get back to nature.

The park offers bushwalking and hiking tracks, bird watching and animal viewing stations.

Make sure you explore the lush 196 hectare forest and keep an eye out for koalas, bandicoots, water dragons, wallabies, greater gliders and around 50 species of native birds.

Underwood Park

Underwood Park is a beautiful spot to spend time with family and friends outdoors, featuring native wildlife and lagoons, skate and BMX facilities and play equipment like the popular FUNderwood Hollow.

The park also allows for bird watching, cycling, native animal viewing and wilderness walking.

Alexander Clark Park

Located at Loganholme beside the Logan River surrounded by fig trees and 200-year-old blue gums, Alexander Clark Park offers a stunning setting for a picnic. Each day, the park comes alive with wildlife like birds, possums, koalas and gliders.

You can also fish from the pontoon, or burn energy on fitness equipment while the kids play on the playground.

If you like the idea of escaping the hustle and bustle of daily life to reconnect with nature and explore the great outdoors, the City of Logan’s parks and bushland reserves are the perfect place to be.

For a breath of fresh air this weekend, venture off the M1 and check out the City of Logan.

For more information visit www.visitlogan.com.au

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