Regents Park Suburb Profile

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 suburb is approximately 5 km² (476 hectares) in area, 12% of which is taken up by five parks. In the 2011 census, Regents Park had a population of 10,657 people; the population was 50.5% female and 49.5% male. The great majority of households (84.9%) were family households, 12.3% were single person households and 2.8% were group households, in which the average household size was 3.1 people.

As Regents Park is predominantly a family neighbourhood, there are three notable primary schools in the area. Yugumbir State School, a government primary school, which is located on Vansittart Road, opened on 28th January 1986, and is named after the Aboriginal name for the district. Regents Park State School, also a government primary school, is located on Emerald Drive, and opened its doors on 1st January 1994. The third school is the well renowned private Roman Catholic primary school, St. Bernadine’s, which is located on Vergulde Road.

Regents Park has always been an ever-growing and expanding area, due to the facilities and infrastructure that surround it. The big drawcards are the multiple shopping centres, including Grand Plaza Shopping Centre, the parks and surrounding community, transport hubs, sporting fields, and easy access to surrounding suburbs via motorways, and highways. Regents Park has everything you need right at your doorstep, which is why it will always continue to get bigger and better!