Electoral district of Logan

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QueenslandLegislative Assembly
Map of the electoral district of Logan, 2017.pdf
Map of the electoral district of Logan, 2017
Dates current1872-1949, 1960-1972, 1986-present
MPLinus Power
NamesakeLogan River
Electors32,079 (2017)
Area326 km2 (125.9 sq mi)
Coordinates27°45′S 153°2′E / 27.750°S 153.033°E / -27.750; 153.033Coordinates: 27°45′S 153°2′E / 27.750°S 153.033°E / -27.750; 153.033
Electorates around Logan:
Algester Woodridge Waterford
Jordan Logan Macalister
Scenic Rim Scenic Rim Coomera
2008 map of Logan

Logan is an electoral district in southern Queensland, Australia.

Logan encompasses urban and semi-rural environments on the southern outskirts of the Brisbane metropolitan area. Major locations within the electoral district include Browns Plains, Crestmead, Park Ridge and North Maclean.


The electoral district of Logan was established under the 1872 Electoral Districts Act which excised the southern part of the Electoral district of East Moreton (the Gold Coast area). Successive redistributions shifted the boundaries northwards towards Brisbane. It was abolished in the 1949 redistribution, being mostly absorbed into the Electoral district of Coorparoo and the Electoral district of Yeronga.[1]

In the 1959 redistribution, the Logan electoral district was re-created in the Redland Shire, largely replacing the Electoral district of Darlington. Logan electoral district was abolished again in the 1971 redistribution, by replaced by the Electoral district of Redlands.[1]

In 1986 the Logan electoral district was again re-created, encompassing the north-eastern part of the Electoral district of Fassifern and the north-western part of the Electoral district of Albert. In 1991 the eastern half of the Logan electorate was lost to the Electoral district of Waterford and the Electoral district of Woodridge, leaving the Logan electorate located in the suburbs of Boronia Heights, Browns Plains, Marsden and Park Ridge.[1]

Members for Logan[edit]

First incarnation (1873–1950)
Member Party Term
  Philip Nind Unaligned 1873–1875
  Adam Black Unaligned 1875
  Frederick Shaw Unaligned 1875–1876
  Peter McLean Unaligned 1876–1883
  Ernest James Stevens Independent 1883–1896
  John Donaldson Independent/Ministerialist 1896
  James Stodart Ministerialist/Opposition/Liberal 1896–1918
  Alfred James Labor 1918–1920
  Reginald King National/United Party/
Country and Progressive National
  John Brown Labor 1935–1944
  Thomas Hiley Queensland People's/
Second incarnation (1960–1972)
Member Party Term
  Leslie Harrison Country 1960–1966
  Dick Wood Country 1966–1969
  Ted Baldwin Labor 1969–1972
Third incarnation (1986–present)
Member Party Term
  Wayne Goss Labor 1986–1998
  John Mickel Labor 1998–2012
  Michael Pucci Liberal National 2012–2015
  Linus Power Labor 2015–present

Election results[edit]

2017 Queensland state election: Logan[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Linus Power 11,488 42.3 −2.8
One Nation Scott Bannan 8,387 30.9 +29.1
Liberal National Gloria Vicario 4,968 18.3 −19.3
Greens Liam Jenkinson 1,327 4.9 −2.0
Independent Danielle Cox 616 2.3 +2.3
Independent Daniel Murphy 360 1.3 +1.3
Total formal votes 27,146 94.3 −2.7
Informal votes 1,638 5.7 +2.7
Turnout 28,784 87.2 −2.7
Two-candidate-preferred result
Labor Linus Power 15,426 56.8 +0.9
One Nation Scott Bannan 11,720 43.2 +43.2
Labor hold Swing +0.9


  1. ^ a b c "Representatives of Queensland State Electorates 1860-2017" (PDF). Queensland Parliamentary Record 2012-2017: The 55th Parliament. Queensland Parliament. Archived from the original on 27 April 2020. Retrieved 27 April 2020.CS1 maint: unfit url (link)
  2. ^ 2017 State General Election - Logan - District Summary, ECQ.

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