Investment & Trade Opportunities

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Transport and Logistics

The city is uniquely placed as a supply chain hub, and its location allows many businesses to achieve time and cost efficiencies.

Many businesses in the logistics and supply chain industries are established in Logan and the surrounding area, including:

  • DHL
  • M3 Logistics
  • Direct Freight Express
  • CEVA Logistics
  • Toll NQX
  • AirRoad
  • Linde

The Logan Office of Economic Development is a national sponsor of the Australian Logistics Council – the peak national body representing the major and national companies in the Australian freight transport and logistics supply chain.

Download the Transport & Logistics Industry Fact Sheet for more information on the opportunities in this industry.

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REDLANDS

Toondah Harbour $1.39b Development

This $1.39 billion revitalisation represents unrivalled tourism, cultural and economic growth opportunities for South-East Queensland.

Fast Facts
  • A new port facility, with multiple ferry and barge berths, is central to the project
  • Toondah Harbour will include a vibrant new retail and dining precinct that will complement Cleveland CBD’s offering
  • A hotel/convention centre is part of the precinct
  • Extensive parklands, plazas and boardwalks will be delivered
  • Visitor facilities and a learning centre are included
  • Up to 3,600 homes will be part of Toondah Harbour, which will be home to 6,300 residents when the precinct is fully completed in 15 to 20 years’ time
  • 200 marina berths will be delivered
  • A public pontoon is part of the masterplan
  • Small recreational vessel launching facilities will be delivered
  • Harbour and channel improvements are part of the project
  • The Toondah Harbour marine footprint Is similar in size to Manly Boat Harbour and less than one third of Raby Bay
Estimated Economic Benefits
  • $1.39 billion private capital investment by Walker Group Holdings
  • $2.33 billion indirect benefits to the local economy
  • Project to deliver estimated annual contribution to gross regional product: $34.8 million
  • Construction employment: 1000 jobs each year
  • Post construction employment: 500 jobs a year
  • To attract more than 49,000 visitors each year
  • Additional visitor expenditure will support an extra 500 tourism jobs in the region annual

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Weinam Creek Redevelopment
Redland Aquatic Centre and Emergency Precinct Redevelopment
Health Care and Social Assistance
Education and Training
Tourism (Accommodation and Food Services)