Logan Council Offers Land For New Tourism Precinct


The Logan City Council has called for Expressions of Interest for the development of a prominent 43 hectare parcel of land on the banks of the Logan River and adjoining the Pacific Motorway.

As part of the campaign, agent Savills will seek proposals for the key riverfront site, comprising six separate adjoining land parcels, to provide a new precinct in the City of Logan.

The campaign will offer the adjoining lots either individually or combined and will consider a range of potential uses including various forms of accommodation, retail and dining facilities, eco-adventure activities, marine/river tourism options, recreational parklands and community facilities.

Opportunities to create a unique, tourism focused destination which is appealing to both the domestic and international visitor market is exciting and rarely seen in the international marketplace.

The land comes with an approved master plan in place and some existing development approvals, on a unique riverside location midway between Brisbane and the Gold Coast.

The site is easily accessible to the region’s two international airports, motorway and rail infrastructure, and is exposed to more than 125,000 cars passing daily.

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