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Logan’s very own flower market in bloom

In Slacks Creek, you can now stop and smell the roses – literally. The first of its kind in the area, Southside Flower Market is reinventing the experience of flowers, where customers can explore the consumer cold room and even arrange their own bundles. Business owner Nicki Christensen, a fourth-generation florist, set up his business during the pandemic with his wife when they realised how dis

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Southside Flower Market.

A magical wizards’ realm in Slacks Creek

 It’s been almost a year since something special sprouted up in Slacks Creek.  Like magic, the Harry Potter-themed Cauldrons Café and Emporium has weathered the storm of COVID-19 and continues to enchant visitors to this day.    Self-proclaimed Potterhead and business owner Gabriel Fuller first launched online after losing his job during the pandemic.    It’s since become an escape fo

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Gabriel Fuller of Harry Potter-themed store and cafe.

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.

Discover Asia in Logan

If you’re looking for authentic Asian eats, the City of Logan is full of hidden gems. Whether you’re after traditional Chinese street food or trendy Korean milk cream doughnuts, there is an endless array of restaurants and cafes to explore in the area.   We’ve compiled these stand-outs so you can explore Asia’s rich history, culture, and ingenuity through food.  Bake It This café is p

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Asian food.

A stained-glass spectacle in Beenleigh

At just 26, Michael Burton became enamoured with stained glass after tagging along to a class his partner wanted to attend. Fascinated by the beauty and technique, he ended up buying a range of coloured glass after the course and built his first set of windows. ‘I ended up building a house around that set of windows – 3 of them, all depicting Australian birds,’ The craft has remained a const

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Sunlight Studio.

Logan’s very own flower market in bloom

In Slacks Creek, you can now stop and smell the roses – literally. The first of its kind in the area, Southside Flower Market is reinventing the experience of flowers, where customers can explore the consumer cold room and even arrange their own bundles. Business owner Nicki Christensen, a fourth-generation florist, set up his business during the pandemic with his wife when they realised how dis

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Southside Flower Market.

Treasure, trash and everything in between at Logan Recycling Markets

  You’ll find everything imaginable – including the kitchen sink – at the Logan Recycling Markets, held from Friday to Monday every week in Heritage Park.   Logan local Louise Wheatley is a keen shopper, and Logan Recycling Markets is one place where she can always guarantee a bargain.  ‘There’s just so much here. You can find some really great buys every time,’ she says. 

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Louise Wheatley picks up a bargain at Logan Recycling Markets

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