The Logan City suburb of Regents Park is well established and was given its name by the developers of modern estates in the area in the early 1980s. The suburb is located about 22 km south of Brisbane central and immediately south of Browns Plains.
Around 96.3% of all dwellings in Regents Park are free standing homes, with more than half being owned or under purchase. Most of the residents in Regents Park are 35 and 49 years old, with predominantly young families living in the area. Family households account for 84.5% of all households in Regents Park.
The suburb of Regents Park is part of a swathe of green in the region, including Hyde Park, Redgum Park, Regents Park, Acorus Park and the Gilder Forest Conservation Area quite close by. The area offers residents plenty of opportunities for outdoor living, with walkways and bikeways through the parks and along the waterways. Recreational facilities in Regents Park include electric barbeque facilities, a dog off-leash area, fitness equipment and a playground as well as picnic areas.
There are a number of schools in Regents Park, including the Trinity Catholic College, the Christian Community High School, St Peter Chanel Primary School, Regents Park State School, Regents Park Public School, St Bernardine’s Primary School, Yugumbir State School, Karningul School. Other recreational opportunities include art classes offered by Simmone Solomon Artist. The Regents Park Sporting and Recreational Club is in Terrene Street. The nearest library is the Logan West Library near Grand Plaza in Browns Plains.
Local shops at the Village Fair Shopping Centre, the Emerald Shopping Plaza and Regents Park Shopping Centre offer residents a convenient choice and the larger drive-in centre, Grand Plaza, is nearby in Browns Plains as well as another centre at Park Ridge. There are also three convenient weekend markets that are within easy reach of Regents Park residents: the fresh produce Woodridge Train Station Market, the Logan Central Market and Browns Plains Market.