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Although the original building was first erected in 1886, the building turned 25 years old in 2020
From museums to former factories and even a rum distillery, here are some of Logan’s most fascinating historical sites
Wineglass Water Tower in Hillcrest is an iconic attraction that is a drawcard at night
Wolston House is the oldest surviving residential farmhouse in the district, located on a property fronting onto the Brisbane River
Tradecoast Central Heritage Park combines three historic sites in one, following the unique history of Eagle Farm from a convict women's prison
Revisit yesteryear at Old Petrie Town, a charming restored historic village spread across 48 acres of parklands
Brisbane’s beloved iconic ballroom, Cloudland which once graced a hilltop of Bowen Hills has been brought back to virtual life
An ornate Richard Gailey-designed warehouse built in 1879 for a bootmaker, which houses a grand ballroom on its upper floor
Goleby’s Basement might just be the coolest performance space in South East Qld, where New York meets Ipswich underground in a heritage-listed ex-saddlery.
Heritage listed Ormiston House, overlooking Moreton Bay, is one of the finest examples of a colonial garden estate in Queensland.
The heritage-listed railway station at Spring Bluff is surrounded by award-winning gardens, which are especially stunning when the flowers are in full bloom
The gothic white towers of Indooroopilly’s Walter Taylor Bridge have long been a source of public fascination
St Stephen’s Chapel, the first church built on this site, sits like the child of the much larger cathedral beside it.
Christmas Eve 1941 it was decreed that all public and private employers and households were to immediately start building shelters.
The Albert St church, circa 1889, carries the cross as the prettiest church in the city, thanks to the distinctive style of architect GHM Addison.
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