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Latest video and quick facts on South East Queenslands city of Logan



Quick Facts
Find out some quick and interesting facts that you may not know about the City of Logan like our geography, our people and our weather.

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Geography
30 minutes south of Brisbane
40 minutes north of the Gold Coast
Bordered by Brisbane, Gold Coast, Redlands and Scenic Rim council areas
68 suburbs
957 square km
Urban, rural and semi-rural environments

People
Population as of 308,000 residents

Our community members come from around 217 different cultural backgrounds:

7.9% from New Zealand
5.4% from the United Kingdom
Other countries (each less than 1% of population), include Philippines, South Africa, Samoa, Fiji, India, Germany and Papua New Guinea
11% from non-English speaking backgrounds



Weather
Logan enjoys South-East Queensland's famous mild sub-tropical climate.

Average maximum temperature: 26 degrees C

Average minimum temperature: 15 degrees C

Hottest month: January/February (average maximum 30 degrees C)

Coolest month: July (average overnight minimum 10 degrees C overnight)

Annual rainfall: 1,039.5 mm

Wettest month: February

Source: visitlogan