The Queensland Budget will directly support Logan with significant expenditure in 2021-22 including:

$688M for Infrastructure

for productivity-enhancing infrastructure and capital works, estimated to support around 2,100 jobs in this region.

$2.8B for Health

for the Metro South Hospital and Health Services.

$190.8M for Education

to maintain, improve and upgrade schools in Logan.

Logan will also benefit from:

$1.75B for M1 Gateway Motorway

including $139 million in 2021-22 for upgrades on the M1 between Eight Mile Plains and Daisy Hill, and Daisy Hill and Logan Motorway (in partnership with the Australian Government).

$52.7M  for Social housing

in 2021-22 to expand and improve social housing in Logan.

$9.1M for Skilling Queenslanders for Work

in 2021-22 to fund more training opportunities and increase workforce participation in Logan.

Restoring frontline services in Logan

Growth from March 2015 to March 2021


486 extra teachers up 16.1%


119 extra doctors up 32.4%


82 extra ambulance officers up 47.7%


91 extra teachers aides up 13.0%

Delivering for the Logan region


Advance Queensland Industry Attraction Fund and Essential Goods and Supply Chain Program

$15.5 million capital expenditure supported and 32 new full-time jobs generated in Logan.

(May 2020 to May 2021) 


Payroll Tax Relief

695 employers in Logan received $22.1 million in payroll tax refunds, holidays or waivers to alleviate the impact of COVID-19 on businesses.

(As at 12 May 2021)


Skilling Queenslanders for Work

$50.3 million allocated to develop skills and provide training to 6,437 Queenslanders in Logan.

(July 2015 to April 2021)


Made in Queensland

$5.1 million in agreements entered to help manufacturing businesses increase competitiveness and adopt new technologies, supporting 254 jobs in Logan.

(July 2017 to November 2022)


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Logan manufacturing boost

Logan manufacturer Imaging Solutions is expanding its local testing, manufacturing and production of essential personal protective equipment (PPE) in response to COVID-19, thanks to support from the Queensland Government’s Essential Goods and Supply Chain Program.

The funding is part of up to $50 million being redirected to help Queensland manufacturers make essential goods such as PPE, health consumables and medical devices. As well as building the state’s ability to produce PPE, the funding is helping companies develop innovative technologies and advanced manufacturing capabilities.

With the funding, Imaging Solutions is expanding its existing manufacturing capacity, enhancing testing facilities with the adoption of new-to-Australia capability, and introducing innovative technology to support the local manufacturing of the core materials needed to produce its range of specialist PPE products. The company’s expansion contributes to keeping Queensland’s critical essential health workers safe while also supporting up to 12 new jobs and reducing the reliance on imported PPE imaging products.


Beenleigh’s $20M Queensland Apprenticeship Centre

Queensland is another step closer to becoming a global hydrogen superpower, with the $20 million construction of phase 2 of the Queensland Apprenticeship Centre to support specialised hydrogen energy training delivery underway. The project is on track for completion by June 2022.

The Beenleigh-based centre is a key part of the Queensland Government’s plan to fast-track the development of the state’s hydrogen energy industry. Hydrogen is a clean and renewable fuel that can be used in transport, power supply and a range of industrial processes. It’s expected to be worth about $1.7 billion a year in exports by 2030.

New facilities will expand training capacity from 600 to 800 apprenticeships per year in career paths requiring skills in fire protection, gas plumbing, carpentry, electrical work and plumbing. The project is expected to employ 70 apprentices during construction and support a total of 100 jobs. The government’s investment in our state’s hydrogen production will further boost Queensland’s renewable energy industry with approximately $10 billion of investment since 2015.


Tax relief package

The government provided significant tax relief to support Queensland businesses, landlords, tenants, pubs and clubs, including:

  • payroll tax refunds, waivers and deferrals for eligible businesses, targeted at small to medium businesses
  • a payroll tax exemption for wages subsidised by the JobKeeper payment
  • land tax rebates, waivers and deferrals for eligible taxpayers.

An estimated 370 employers in Logan will also benefit in 2021-22 from the higher payroll tax threshold.

Ten new schools

The 2021-22 Budget includes $913.7 million for 10 new schools to open in 2023 and 2024, as part of the Building Future Schools Program.

  • 2023 – primary schools in Yarrabilba, Ripley and the Augustine Heights/Redbank Plains area, and a secondary school in Palmview
  • 2024 – primary schools in Redland Bay, Bellbird Park and the Logan Reserve/Crestmead/Park Ridge area, and secondary schools in Springfield and the Collingwood Park/Redbank Plains and Logan Reserve/ Park Ridge areas.