This website provides useful information in preparation for and during a disaster event within the City of Logan.
Latest news published by Logan City Council
Worst of tropical low to bypass Logan
Logan City Council has today received advice by BOM that a tropical low expected to cross the Queensland coast over the next few days will not impact Logan.
Published: 13 Mar 2018 12:57pm
Call for patience during clean up
Logan City Council is still working to clear debris created by February 11’s storm and has asked for the public to be patient given the extensive task.
Published: 23 Feb 2018 2:49pm
View flood watch and road traffic cameras
Location: Schmidt’s Creek, Schmidt’s Road, Logan Reserve
Latest weather warnings from the Bureau of Meteorology
|19 Aug 2018 11:39am||Marine Wind Warning Summary for Queensland|
|19 Aug 2018 05:52am||Fire Weather Warning for Gulf Country forecast district|
Warnings and alerts from official social media accounts
- GLASSHOUSE MOUNTAINS - vegetation fire as at 1.30pm Sun 19 Aug
Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) crews are on scene at a vegetation fire burning near Spanner Road, Glass House Mountains. Crews are working to contain the fire and water bombing aircraft will be working in the area. Smoke may affect nearby areas, including the Bruce Highway and Johnston Road. If affected, residents are asked to close windows and doors. Those suffering a respiratory condition should keep their medications close by. Motorists should drive with caution and to conditions. If residents are concerned their property is under threat they are advised to call Triple Zero (000) immediately.3 minute(s) ago
- Do you recognise this man? He may have important information for investigators regarding an armed robbery at Sunnybank on Aug 5.2 hour(s) ago
- UPDATE: Customers please be advised that due to an overhead power line issue at Cooroy, buses are currently replacing trains between Nambour and Gympie North stations on the Sunshine Coast line.
Queensland Rail crews are on site working to rectify the issue as quickly and as safely as possible. However, given the extent of the repairs required, at this stage buses are expected to continue to replace trains between Nambour and Gympie stations until Tuesday afternoon (21 August).
At this stage, the following services will be replaced by buses:
(Monday 20 August)
- 5.56am Gympie North to Nambour service
- 11.26am Nambour to Gympie North service
- 1.24pm Gympie North to Nambour service
- 7.34pm Nambour to Gympie North service
(Tuesday 21 August)
- 5.56am Gympie North to Nambour service.
- 11.26am Nambour to Gympie North service
- 1.24pm Gympie North to Nambour service.
While replacement buses will aim to depart stations as close to the rail timetable as possible, we do ask that customers allow for some additional travel time.
We thank our customers for their patience and understanding while we work as quickly as possible to rectify this issue.
We are online and available to assist with any queries, and will also provide updates on our page as repairs progress.3 hour(s) ago
- If you are attending the P!nk concert at Brisbane Entertainment Centre this evening, please be advised: from 9.30pm until the last service, there will be track closures on the Caboolture, Redcliffe Peninsula, and Sunshine Coast lines.
Buses will replace trains between Northgate and Petrie stations: https://goo.gl/CF9Kgp4 hour(s) ago
- Looking for a lap warmer this winter? We've got you covered. 🤗😻
All cats are up to 50% off during our Best Friend Forever sale!
They'll be the purrfect companion on cool nights. More details visit: www.logan.qld.gov.au/BFF1d
- Qld’s kids are bright sparks, and they've been shining en masse at Kirwan State Primary. The Ergon team of Wayne Alderman, Kate Austin and Aaron Smith were part of the National Science Week activities at the school, teaching students about electricity and staying safe. Thanks for having us! Kirwan State Primary School National Science Week2 day(s) ago
- One of the nicest commutes you can make to work. This photo by Energex’s Kevin Hore shows why he never tires of the view from the Bulimba Ferry Terminal looking across the Brisbane River towards the Energex office at Newstead.
“I really like that you can see the evolution of the city - the old and the new - and the fact that every moment of the day our business is a massive contributor to that.”
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia Visit Brisbane Brisbane City Council2 day(s) ago