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Top spots to find wildlife in Logan

Australian wildlife is some of the most unique in the world – and we can find plenty of it right here on our doorstep in Logan. We’ve consulted with the experts and compiled some top spots for those who want to unleash their inner David Attenborough – or simply enjoy a winter walk through the gorgeous natural landscape in our city. Check out our list below and tell us: Have we missed any? Wh

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The joy of dumplings

Bhutan is known as the happiest country in Asia – and the only country that considers happiness as a measure of national development. According to Tshering Dema, owner of Springwood’s Coffee & Dumplings, the secret to happiness is good food. ‘Life in Bhutan is very peaceful and simple, just like our food,’ she says. ‘Bhutan is a Himalayan country, so we don’t use many spices but pl

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Coffee Dumplings.

White House of Waterford embraces Explore Logan philosophy

It’s been a tough few years for hospitality businesses. For Bec Cobbing and Leigh Mitchell (pictured), who run the White House of Waterford, being adaptable and building a relationship with the community was essential for their business to survive – and being forced to stay closer to home opened up a whole world of culinary fare they didn’t know Logan had. ‘We have lived in Logan for years

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A fresh batch of multiculturalism in Underwood

Nestled in a quiet corner of Underwood, a new venue is providing a slice of Korea’s unique café culture through iced Americanos and fluffy milk cream doughnuts. In Seoul, the latest trend is scouring the city for quality ‘bbang coffee’, or ‘bread and coffee’. Both can be found at Bake It, where Eunji Shin and her team sell shelves of sweet and savoury pastries, all made fresh on the pre

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Baker Eunji Shin at Bake It, a Korean bakery in Logan Australia.

Top spots to find wildlife in Logan

Australian wildlife is some of the most unique in the world – and we can find plenty of it right here on our doorstep in Logan. We’ve consulted with the experts and compiled some top spots for those who want to unleash their inner David Attenborough – or simply enjoy a winter walk through the gorgeous natural landscape in our city. Check out our list below and tell us: Have we missed any? Wh

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The art of Japanese barbecue

The latest barbecue craze in Logan has replaced snags with rich and perfectly marbled wagyu beef. Yakiniku, which means ‘grilled meat’ in Japanese, comprises of premium cuts of meat, seafood and vegetables cooked over a communal charcoal grill. This style of barbecuing is incredibly popular throughout Japan, especially in the Shinbashi district where office workers congregate after hours to bl

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All you can eat restaurants in Logan

The local foodie scene is becoming more vibrant by the day, with little pockets of multicultural cuisine – like the Golden Circle – sprouting up across the city. If you’re a fan of easy family feeds and have your stretchy pants handy, check out the latest all-you-can eat restaurants in Logan. Pick from Korean fried chicken in 8 delectable flavours, fresh seafood spreads including whole prawn

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Living Museum of Logan

With more than 217 nationalities living in the City of Logan, the Living Museum tells the stories of our local people and our rich indigenous history. Visit the Living Museum of Logan to see, hear and experience the stories of the people who have made the City of Logan what it is today.  

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