Crestmead Suburb Profile

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


Crestmead offers a wide range of amenities like local takeaway shops, IGA, Kensington Tavern, Chemist warehouse, Crestmead PCYC, Crestmead Community Centre, St Francis College, and Crestmead Community Park and can be accessed from Gimlet Street
It is also connected to nearby suburbs like Marsden, Heritage Park, Park Ridge and more.  Crestmead State School is a very popular primary school and has become one of the largest public primary schools in the state with enrolments now exceeding 1345. It opened on 23 January 1984 and was recognized in 2017 with new status as an Independent Public School.
The predominant age group in Crestmead is 0-9 years. Households in Crestmead are primarily couples with children in the 2016 Census, there were 12,153 people in Crestmead Of these 49.5% were male and 50.5% were female.
The size of Crestmead is approximately 6.8 square kilometres. It has 12 parks covering nearly 9.3% of total area. The population of Crestmead in 2011 was 11,209 people. By 2016 the population was 12,152 showing a population growth of 8.4% in the area during that time. The Crestmead Industrial Estate is located on the western side of the suburb and the best part about is employment is right at your suburb meaning you don’t have to travel far for work. It has lot sizes ranging from 1,800 square metres to 2.6 hectares. It is suitable for light to medium industry and businesses can operate 24 hours a day.
Local manufacturing industry continues to thrive with numerous projects delivering fantastic opportunities for employment growth.  The area attracts both first home buyers and investors as median sales price of houses in the area is $322,000