Logan City Council

Council Of Mayors | South East Queensland

Logan City

The City of Logan is in the centre of the rapidly growing South-East Queensland region and is uniquely placed at the centre of a major transport corridor. The city’s location allows many businesses to access domestic and global markets and achieve time and cost efficiencies.

Logan has direct access to three major arterial road networks, two international airports and an extensive freight rail network. All four major supermarket distribution centres are either located in or immediately adjacent to the City of Logan.

The top sectors are manufacturing, rental, hiring and real estate services, construction, retail and wholesale trade which contribute to approximately 64% of the city’s economic output.

Emerging industries include transport and logistics, food manufacturing and processing, health care, education and training.

The City of Logan has a range of major centres and industrial precincts, as well as master-planned mixed-use town centres.

Looking ahead to the next 20 years, Logan City will continue to be one of the fastest growing cities in Queensland. The population is expected to increase by up to 200,000 within the next 20 years and Logan’s objective is to create at least 53,000 jobs to support this population growth.

Mayor Luke Smith

Mayor Luke Smith

+61 7 3412 4226

Mayor Luke Smith was first elected as a Logan City Divisional Councillor in 2006, and served the community in this capacity for 10 years until his election as Mayor in 2016.

Mayor Smith is committed to building upon Logan City’s strong foundations, and pursuing new opportunities for the city in digital technology and advanced manufacturing, public private partnerships, and driving innovation and job creation to create a strong economy and a prosperous future for the city’s rapidly growing population.