ALBERT RIVER PAST

Photo courtesy of William Boag; John Oxley Library, State Library of Queensland

The City of Logan plays an important role in the greater landscape of the Albert River catchment. With longer lengths of natural, leafy river banks, the Albert River is also considered to be one of the City's best kept secrets. The development of the Albert River Vision will inspire those within and beyond its boundaries to view the river as an asset and a source of pride.

Photo courtesy of William Boag; John Oxley Library, State Library of Queensland

The City of Logan plays an important role in the greater landscape of the Albert River catchment. With longer lengths of natural, leafy river banks, the Albert River is also considered to be one of the City's best kept secrets. The development of the Albert River Vision will inspire those within and beyond its boundaries to view the river as an asset and a source of pride.

Tell us your stories of the Albert River

The community hold the treasures of the Albert River and sharing them will allow others to connect. Do you have a story that has been handed down through the generations or one of your own that you would like to share? Maybe the story is captured in an image.

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  • The Albert River (post Cyclone Debbie)

    by Trixie, about 1 year ago

    Curiosity took us to Yatala Pies in April 2017 - we had seen news coverage that the flood waters from cyclone Debbie had overwhelmed the building.  We thought, "Wow, had that whole area there gone under?"  We decided to check it out a couple of days later, once things were back to normal. We were surprised to find that most of the land surrounding Yatala Pies was dry and had not been affected by floods, and yet the Pie place was. How was that?  We decided to do some snooping about.

    We drove to where the bridge on Martens... Continue reading

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