Located on Brisbane's south side only 40 mins from the city, our Loganlea campus offers a huge range of study options for students in Brisbane's outer suburbs. Set amidst lush, green surrounds and featuring a scenic pond and garden area, the campus is the perfect place to study without the need to travel to the city.
What's on offer at the Loganlea campus
Our Loganlea campus offers a comprehensive range of study areas including accounting, animal studies, beauty and hairdressing, business, community services, early childhood education, general education, health, hospitality, IT, justice studies, and tourism and events. The campus features a range of specialist facilities for our child care, horticulture, health, and hospitality students.
Facilities and services
- Learning Skills Centre
- AccessAbility Support
- Indigenous Support
- International Student Support
- Canteen and restaurant
- Childcare centre
- Customer service centre
- Hairdressing salon
50-68 Armstrong Road,
Meadowbrook Qld 4131
Locked Bag 14,
South Brisbane Qld 4101
The Loganlea train station is a 15 minute walk from campus and the closest bus stop is located out the front of the campus on Armstrong Road.
If you live nearby, cycling could be another cost effective option to get to class with bike racks available on campus.
We have plenty of free on-site parking available for students at our Loganlea campus.
Lilypond is a training restaurant where our hospitality students have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in a real-world environment. You will learn the workings of a real restaurant in state-of-the-art facilities under the guidance of industry-experienced teachers. Hospitality students will have the opportunity to both prepare and serve food and beverages to paying customers.
Our fully operational hairdressing salon offers a range of services such as hair design, styling, cutting, colouring, perming and straightening. We use the same products, equipment, and facilities found in a real salon and work with real, paying clients. The salon gives our hairdressing students an opportunity to put theory into practice and gain practical skills in a real-world environment.
The Logan TAFE Community Child Care Centre is located on our Loganlea campus and offers care for babies, toddlers, junior kindy and kindergarten aged children. The centre provides a holistic approach to children’s learning and development with a focus on play-based learning, enabling children to learn through exploration and stimulating experiences.
As TAFE Queensland marks a momentous milestone this year, 140 years of vocational education and training, we're excited to invite the Class of 2022 to a special graduation ceremony.
Our Graduation ceremonies are a great time to reflect on what you've achieved and celebrate your hard work with your classmates, teachers, family and friends.
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