The Berrinba Wetlands are tucked away behind a commercial estate but yet offer some of the best walking and biking tracks and bird watching in Logan.
While the site is 120 hectares, only 40 hectares are being developed. The remaining 80 hectares are being protected and rehabilitated.
Within the 80 hectares of natural beauty, there are also recreational facilities including barbeques, picnic areas, convention facilities and an interpretive centre featuring interactive LCD screens and viewing platform.
There are 430,000 new native plants, 100 nesting boxes for birds, possums and gliders, and 8 kilometres of walking tracks.
There are five bridges along the paths with the highlight being the 80 metre span (including elevated approaches) and 28 metres high bridge four over the Scrubby Creek floodplain.
You can get close to nature as a large variety of bird and animal species call the Berrinba Wetlands their home.
The best way to enjoy these 80 hectares of wetlands is along more than eight kilometres of shared walking and bicycle tracks. Council have designed this park to protect the natural environment, not only when they built the paths and buildings, but well into the future with conservation efforts. Berrinba Wetlands is somewhere worth visiting when discovering Logan.