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Foodie family brings all-day desserts to Jimboomba

Crunchy’s Café opened in October, but it’s already established a reputation for offering something a little out of the ordinary. And that’s just what the foodie family who runs it had in mind. The family’s journey to the beautiful café has been an eventful one. Matthew and Mary-Ann Tonnaer moved to Australia from the Netherlands in 2015 with their daughters. Since 2017, they tour

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Matthew Tonnaer with diners at Crunchy's Waffles.

Trucks & Tunes rev up Eagleby

Every Friday night, a pocket of Eagleby comes alive with food, art, music and markets – and hype about Trucks & Tunes is spreading. Trucks & Tunes kicked off earlier this year, and now it’s attracting some of the best cuisine, talented artists, and hundreds of people from across the region each week to enjoy a vibrant community event. It’s all part of the Distillery Road Market’s r

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Distillery Road Markets, location of the weekly Trucks and Tunes event

Kingston Butter Factory Cultural Precinct coming soon!

Logan City Council is redeveloping the Kingston Butter Factory Cultural Precinct into a vibrant cultural heritage and performing arts hub in the heart of Logan – and locals can experience it all early in the new year.  The precinct will host indoor and outdoor performances and events, night markets, farmer’s markets, and major festivals. It will be a place where the City of Logan’s r

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A render of the Kingston Butter Factory foyer with visitors viewing displays.

Logan Art Gallery Christmas Pop-up

From December 3rd, the Logan Art Gallery Christmas pop-up store will be back and merrier than ever! Part of the upcoming exhibition round kicking off on the same day, this once-a-year event features a curated marketplace of local artists, craft workers and designers. A beloved Logan City holiday tradition, this art, craft and design pop-up store is now in its eighth year and counting. Bask in the

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Handmade and unique Christmas gifts will be available at the Logan Art Gallery’s pop-up store from December 3

Powerful storytelling earns major prize for Spirits of the Red Sand

Anyone who has attended Spirits of the Red Sand knows it is an unforgettable experience. The live theatre production has been captivating audiences since 2017, and now it’s been recognised at the Queensland Tourism Awards, winning gold for Best Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander tourism experience. The last time the awards were held, in 2019, Spirits of the Red Sand took bronze in the categor

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Spirits of the Red Sands performance

A berry fun day out

There’s nothing quite like eating strawberries you’ve harvested yourself, or watching the kids discover the joy of freshly-picked fruit.  Did you know one of the region’s most popular p

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Children picking strawberries at Chambers Flat Strawberry Farm

Authentic Korean food from world class chef

When Korean chef Sean Hwang decided to open his own restaurant in 2019, the City of Logan was the obvious choice. “Logan had more opportunities to introduce my cuisine – better than Gold Coast and

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Chef Sean Hwang with sisters Victoria and June

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