Exploring the Suburbs of Brisbane – Logan City

Use Brisbane Minibus Hire with Driver to See and Explore Logan City!

Looking for a holiday in Brisbane which provides you with heart-pumping urban adventure, historical heritage and exciting family fun? Look no further than Logan City! One of the youngest cities in Brisbane, Logan has half its population below the ages of 30. Situated between Brisbane, Gold Coast and Ipwich, this vibrant city has a range of cultural, natural and adventurous activities to surprise you. If you are travelling in a group, you should think about booking  minibus hire with a driver to help you enjoy more exciting adventures within Logan City!

Beenleigh

A historical site, the Beenleigh War Memorial brings you what the National War Memorial records cannot readily show. The local war memorial carries a wealth of history and information reflecting the impact World War One had on the community through enlistment and death. The iconic white sculpted slab bears the names of 61 soldiers. Buried at the same ground where they fell, Australia demonstrated their grief through a wave of memorials like this one. You can also find a representation of all services and subsequent conflicts in the plaques located on the wall behind the slab.

Kingston

Do you have what it takes to stand at a height of 14 stories off the ground and take a ‘leap of faith’? Be the one to experience this heart pumping activity in Bungy Australia Kingston Park! Not for the faint-hearted, but if you get to the top, do remember to take in the panoramic view of the amazing landscape before you leap off a height of 40 metres. There are also other exciting activities such as Go-Kart available in this adrenaline packed park. Think no further and put this into your itinerary!

Aside from all the exciting activities which you can find in Kingston Park, take some time out and explore this historic former butter factory. Boasting of a wealth of historical artefacts in Logan City Historical Museum, there are also interesting collections of both traditional and contemporary arts. Some families even chose to spend an idyllic afternoon picnicking in the manicured grounds around this historical building. Step back in time, and visit Kingston Butter factory!

Daisy Hill

Native to Australia, you have to meet these amazing marsupials in their natural outdoor homes! Visit Daisy Hill Koala Centre and learn more about the secret life of these cute interesting creatures. Have you always wondered how a koala’s view of the world looks like? If so, you are highly encouraged to climb the observation tower and explore it. Be sure to arm yourselves with camera to snap them in their candid postures!

If koalas are not your favourite, you are also invited to bird watching, mountain biking, bushwalking, hiking, trekking and other animal viewing. A perfect place to bring your children to learn more about animals and nature – admission is free, so why not?

Mount Tamborine

Are you a nature lover? If your answer is yes, then you must not miss Thunderbird Park. A land full of exciting surprises that will not fail to amaze you, add some excitement with a range of onsite activities suitable for all ages. Experience laser skirmish in a jungle setting, or enjoy a horse trail ride through the mystical rainforest or tackle the high elements course at TreeTop challenge or even finding treasure filled thunder eggs which were left by the dinosaurs when they roamed the earth.

If you are an adventure seeker and would prefer to explore on your own, do remember to have your camera ready as you explore the natural bushland. Do not be surprised to be greeted by an array of colourful birds while you are along the walking tracks. And if you are lucky enough, you may catch a glimpse of Thunderpark’s most elusive resident – Plato the Platypus! You have a choice to come for the day or stay and play too. Accommodation options ranges from campsites on the banks of Cedar Creek, hotel rooms or larger family holiday homes. All campsites come with a fire pit for cooking as well as offer other well-maintained amenities.

Hillcrest

You should visit the iconic Wineglass Water Tower in Hillcrest which got its name from its tower structure. During the day, you can visit the park at its base and be amazed at the height of this iconic landmark up close. By night, you can indulge in the romantic ambience created by the lights of the Wineglass Water Tower. This uniquely built tower weighs 400 tonnes and the tower has the capacity of a million litres of water!

If you are planning a family holiday or group tour in Brisbane, we recommend that you book a minibus charter service and let a professional driver bring you and your family to explore the various exciting suburbs in Brisbane. Start planning and book now, our friendly team are here to help!

 

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