Heritage Park Suburb Profile

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.

Located approximately 32km from Brisbane’s CBD and 66kms from the heart of the Gold Coast, Heritage Park really is centrally located with easy access to major arterial roads. Families are drawn to Heritage Park by the good-sized blocks and the handy location to both public and private school options and a good range of shops within a five minute drive in any direction. On Bayliss Road you will find Heritage Parks own small shopping centre which includes a supermarket, cafĂ©, hairdresser and childcare centre to name a few. With an assortment of children’s parks and green space connected by bike paths throughout the area and the Logan Metro Indoor Sports Centre right on the doorstep, there are lots of activities on offer to keep the family busy. Soccer fans will be happy to know the Brisbane Roar have made Heritage Park their training base after the council invested 9 million dollars in an outdoor sporting facility and clubhouse. Fury members of the family are not forgotten with a designated dog park facility located off Isle of Ely Drive.