Our key venues for arts and culture offer year-round cultural experiences.
A place for big ideas and big events
Kingston Butter Factory Cultural Precinct is a place where big ideas come to life and people come together in ways that entertain and inspire.
Logan City Council has transformed the city’s historic butter factory site into Logan’s new landmark cultural precinct that offers a year-round program of art, culture and entertainment in the heart of Logan.
With major festivals, concerts and live performances, it’s a place where our city’s rich cultural heritage and diversity is celebrated.
Importantly, it offers home for our exceptional artists. A place to showcase Logan’s incredible talent.
Invite your family and friends to discover What’s On at our Butterbox Theatre and Outdoor Stage. Take a tour of the Living Museum of Logan to experience Logan’s contemporary social history. Learn about Logan’s pioneering past at the Logan City Historical Museum.
While you’re there, stop by the cafe and enjoy high tea on the deck of the original workers’ cottage, newly restored as Devon Pixies Teahouse.
There’s free community events and regular farmers’ or twilight markets. Scroll down to discover more.
The Kingston Butter Factory Cultural Precinct is funded by Logan City Council and the Queensland Government Works for COVID fund.
The precinct Smart Poles and CCTV cameras were funded by the Australian Government through the Safer Communities Fund.
10 am - 4 pm Tuesday to Saturday.