Logan’s free public art and heritage trails

The City of Logan has recently established five public art and heritage trails. They vary in length and can be explored by car, public transport or on foot.

The different trails allow visitors and locals to explore the city and uncover its history, as well as appreciate beautiful works of art created by local artists.

The Logan Central to Kingston trail is a fabulous example. Highlights include the Logan Art Gallery, The Democracy Sculpture by Barry Fitzpatrick, and the Art Path, which features the flags of many nations.

History buffs will have plenty to enjoy. Heritage stops include The Mayes Cottage House Museum, which was built in 1887 and Kingston Pioneer Cemetery.

Nature lovers can find peace and quiet at Gould Adams Park. It follows Scrubby Creek and is a great place to admire local wildlife.

Trail maps can be downloaded online or also picked up at Council offices or the Logan Art Gallery.