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Here is some insight into our involvement in some of our local Schools.

Berrinba Suburb Profile


The small suburb of Berrinba was part of Greater Brisbane when it formed in 1925. Before 1925, Berrinba was within the boundaries of the Waterford Shire. The word Berrinba comes from the Aboriginal word meaning ‘to the south’. The suburb was officially named as such in 1971.

Boronia Heights Suburb Profile


Boronia Heights is bordered by Hillcrest, Park Ridge and Greenbank and was known as Logan Ridges in the 1890’s. It was originally a timber milling and farming area during the early settlement days and only received its name in October 1991.

Browns Plains Suburb Profile


Browns Plains is a suburb of Logan City, Queensland, Australia - it got its name in 1840. The original area was home to tobacco farming. It was also used for grazing cattle which provided meat to the convict settlement of Moreton Bay. Land began to be taken up in the area from the mid 1870’s.

Chambers Flat Suburb Profile


“’A GREAT PLACE TO LIVE”’ Chambers Flat is so close to all amenities but still has the country feel… it is a rural area 30km south of central Brisbane and 12km west of Beenleigh. It is bordered on its east and south by the Logan River and until 2008 was part of the Beaudesert Shire and in now in the Logan City Council.

Crestmead Suburb Profile


The suburb of Crestmead is in the centre of Logan and it is a great little suburb for young growing families and the perfect reason is it has public, private schools, and childcare centres all in proximity of the area. Located approximately 32 kms to Brisbane CBD and 66kms from to the Gold Coast

Doolandella Suburb Profile


Doolandella was declared as an official suburb in 1976.The name Doolandella, or Dulandella as expressed by Aboriginal Australians, is a Yuggera Yugarabul word referring to the Geebung tree, a broad leaved shrub with yellow fruit which grows in the area.

Forestdale Suburb Profile


Forestdale is an acreage suburb in Logan City, previously part of Browns Plains which is why they share the same postcode. The original developer chose the name due to the lack of tree clearance compared to surrounding suburbs and you might notice that the streets have been named following a particular theme of someone who was said to reside in a forest too… Robin Hood and his Merry Men!

Forest Lake Suburb Profile


Forest Lake was the first Master Planned Community within the City of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia and has won numerous awards for its design.

Heathwood Suburb Profile


Heathwood is located 29.9km south-west of the Queensland capital Brisbane. The suburb was declared a suburb in 1970 when it was separated from Acacia Ridge, and was named ‘Heathwood’ after an early settler in the district. At the time of the 2016 census Heathwood had a population of 2,794.

Heritage Park Suburb Profile


Heritage Park was originally part of the suburb of Browns Plains. Initially developed as a new land release containing half acre blocks called Heritage Woods but formally adopted as Heritage Park in 1991. The suburb now provides a selection of house sites from the original 2000m2 down to courtyard style blocks of 400m2. The suburb continues to grow with a brand-new land release nearing completion while maintaining selected green space for the local wildlife.

Hillcrest Suburb Profile


HILLCREST – LOGAN WEST’S BEST KEPT SECRET A couple of minutes’ drive from the Logan Motorway off-ramps at either Paradise Road or Mt Lindesay Highway would see you pulling into your home driveway – if you lived at Hillcrest.

Marsden Suburb Profile


Now known as Marsden, the suburb was originally part of Kingston back in the 1870’s.  The land was subdivided but was not occupied until the 1930’s when the former Shire Chairman built upon what is now the Marsden Park Shopping Centre.  The area between First and Fifth Avenues was subdivided into farm lots in 1944.  These four acre lots were offered to ex-serviceman and post war immigrants, beginning Marsden’s wonderful, multi-cultural history

New Beith Suburb Profile


NEW BEITH is a rural-residential suburb in the far west of Logan City with the 2011 census recording a population of 3,446 people. Sitting between the Logan River and Oxley Creek catchment it was formerly part of Beaudesert Shire becoming part of Logan City after government amalgamations in 2008.

Park Ridge Suburb Profile


The suburb of Park Ridge is flanked by other suburbs, being, Park Ridge South, Logan Reserve, Crestmead, Heritage Park, Regents Park, Boronia Heights, and Greenbank.

Regents Park Suburb Profile


Regents Park is a suburb of Logan City, immediately south of Brisbane in Queensland, Australia. It was originally part of Browns Plains and was subdivided for residential housing in the early 1980s. The name Regents Park was proposed by the land developer

The Nappy Collective


Thank you to all who assisted with collecting donations and donating for the May Nappy Collective.  A total of 281,423 nappies were distributed to mums in crisis and families in need which brings the total to over 2 million in under 4 years, AMAZING!

GREAT STRIDES 15TH OCTOBER 2017


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The LJ Hooker Foundation


‘Real estate is not about houses, it’s about people’ is a phrase that has been quoted for generations in the LJ Hooker family and still holds true today.