Joyous Jimboomba in the City of Logan

If you love creativity, community, great gifts, glorious coffee and home-baked cakes – then you’ll love a visit to the Colonial Village at Jimboomba in the City of Logan.

Four high-set heritage Queenslanders are linked by paved, leafy laneways to create a dining and shopping hub that’s much-loved by locals and waiting to be discovered by visitors.

A great place to start is Café on Cusack – where owner-baker, Jodi, offers a superb sweet and savoury menu – including home-made scones, cakes, smashed avo on toast, steak sandwiches and lamb toasties… not to mention excellent coffee.

In the mood for some retail therapy? Drop into Feather Road Studios for one-of-a-kind gifts and homewares. Then stroll on over to its sister-store, Folk & Co, to browse fabulous fashion and accessories.

If creativity is your bag, you’ll find Grounded Village Studio downstairs at the Colonial Village.  Jess runs a range of art and craft workshops for children and adults – from painting to Jewellery making, even hat-burning where decorative touches are added to felt hats.

For something more soothing to mind, body and spirit, head to Salt & Soul in Jimboomba.  This sanctuary offering alternative therapies, café and gift shop is set in peaceful gardens – but the main attraction is an amazing salt cave, known for an array of healing benefits.

Discover more about Jimboomba and its attractions at Explore Logan.


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