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.

KBF Cultural Precinct Office
07 3412 4922

10 am - 4 pm Tuesday to Saturday.

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Outdoor Stage

Logan’s largest outdoor event space, the precinct’s Outdoor Stage will host national acts, major festivals and community events in 2022 and beyond.

Pull up a chair or spread out on the grassed area – in the sunshine or under the stars. Make this your new favourite place for live music and entertainment.

Butterbox Theatre

This versatile black box theatre offers intimate arts experiences – music, drama, comedy, workshops, talks & ideas. Discover what’s on.


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view of the inside of the living museum of Logan
Living Museum of Logan

This contemporary social history museum is a place to see, hear and experience the stories of the people who have made the City of Logan what it is today.

The Kingston Butter Factory Cultural Precinct is home to two of Logan’s favourite markets.

On Saturday mornings, join us for the Kingston Butter Factory Farmers Markets. From 7am until midday each Saturday the Plaza area will be transformed into a bustling marketplace with fresh local produce, hot food, delicious coffee, handmade boutique stalls, kids’ activities and live, local entertainment.

Monthly markets held from 5pm – 9pm (check what’s on for dates!), it’s time for the Milky Way Community Markets. When the sun starts to set, the fun begins with multicultural food and music, plus cottage-style crafts and artisan goods.

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