What's On

Market Day

We look forward to seeing community members attend our market day on Saturday 28th March from 8am till about 11:30am.  We will have a coffee shop, sausage sizzle, bric a brac, clothes, toys, books and plants for sale as well as our home made chutneys and jams.  Please come along and grab a bargain, while supporting us.

2020 Programs

Please go to our Facebook page here to be up to date with start dates and times for all of our programs.  Including a new Multimedia art program on a Thursday morning.

 Skilling Queenslanders for Work and program start times.  

We are taking Expression’s of Interest for our 3rd block of Certificate 2 in Food Processing:  Skilling  Queenslanders for work program.  This is an excellent course for people who are unemployed and would like to re/upskill into a well-paid industry and spend their time over the 12 weeks both in the kitchen and the classroom.  Participants get lots of hands on experience and will also get their barista and RSA certification.  Please go here for more information.  This block starts on the 20th April and it runs 4 days a week, all except Tuesday.

Our other popular and highly recommended programs include our Life Skills program (Thursday mornings for 10 weeks), Men’s Life Skills (Monday evenings for 10 weeks) and our Belief Busters program on Tuesday evenings.  These programs have been demonstrated to have a very positive outcome for all who attend and commit to change.  Life Skills is a unique, transformative program that explores topics such as how the brain functions, communication, relationships, grief and separation.  Belief Busters encourages participants to explore, analyse and remove self-limiting beliefs that are holding them back.  For any of these programs, please contact us to ask questions/express interest on 3808 4529 or admin@lecna.org.au.

Lastly, COVID 19: LECNA takes the health and safety of our staff and volunteers and community members very seriously. If you have recently returned from a Do Not travel country according to smarttraveller.com.au, please do not come to our centre for any activities or programs. If you are feeling unwell in any way, please exercise caution in attending our centre. People have till Monday 16th March to register for a postal vote for the council elections, which is highly recommended:
https://tinyurl.com/tpgqsfj. Attendees to our services and programs will be required to provide their details from now on for contact tracing. As of next week, all ER appointments will be in our courtyard. All our programs will continue, however all participants and clients are strongly encouraged to exercise hand hygiene. For help with ER or loans or any other question, call us on 3808 4529.


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Life Skills Program

We run 4 x 10 week programs per year – the course and subsequent support is designed for people to attend at any time during the course with the option to register for the next intake.  Please feel free to contact us if you would like to join our current course or to register for the next intake which commences on the 17th of January, 2019.

Logan is a region that experiences extremely high socio-economic disadvantage including unemployment, homelessness and youth disengagement. It was recently identified in the “Not Now, Not Ever” report as a high risk region for domestic and family violence. At Logan East Community Neighbourhood Centre we work hard to meet the needs of our whole community from babies to the elderly. We particularly support community members in crisis or experiencing transitions and change in their lives.

Our Life Skills Program has helped thousands of Logan residents alleviate the things leading them to unhappiness including;

(a) uncomfortable/unhappy with their family relationships e.g. with their children, life-partners, their own parents, siblings;

(b) having difficulties arising from excessive emotional responses (e.g. anxiety and anger);

(c) unhappy with their relationships in the community (e.g. with their children’s school, the Dept. of Child Safety; Centrelink, the Family Law Courts).

Irrespective of their formal educational background, the program and course have been found to have the potential to help people who are seeking to manage their lives in the face of a wide range of social issues including; overly stressful parenting; domestic violence; child neglect and abuse; family separation; the impact of depression, anxiety and other mental health issues; addiction and substance abuse by self and/or family members.

If you would like more information regarding our FREE Life Skills Program, please contact our centre on 3808 4529 to register

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Belief Busters

Breaking negative cycles here every Tuesday Night from 7pm to 8.30pm. This Logan City Council sponsored “Live Well Logan’ program is designed to increase your sense of well-being by setting you free from worry and beliefs that no longer serve you. Nikki Ward, a skilled facilitator will help you use a fun technique to find your own inner wisdom and get the beliefs you no longer want, to let go of you. You get to do your own work and you don’t have to speak in front of a group. SMS Nikki Ward on 0417 435 029


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Do you need a loan?

The Logan East Community Neighbourhood Centre is proud to be an agent for NILS (No Interest) and stepUP (Low Interest) loans to respond to, and service the needs of the local community looking at purchasing items that are needed without causing financial hardship.

**Our loan applications are processed without discrimination as the purpose is to advocate and provide for the charitable needs of the community.

Our finance department will guide you to collect the documents you need, complete the application and help make sure that you can afford to repay your loan.

These loans are to help people to improve their quality of life and are provided on a not-for-profit basis and unlike payday loans that offer ‘quick cash’; these loans are designed for you to pay them pack comfortably according to your income.


Loans are for items such as:

  • Car Repairs
  • White Goods
  • Furniture
  • Computers
  • Vocational Education
  • Medical Expenses

If you would like more information about our loans, please contact our friendly team on 3808-4529

** NILS and stepUP Loans have different terms and conditions and cannot be used for cash, debt consolidation, holidays or bills.


Market Day

A traditional market of new & used goods!

All priced to sell – funds raised support our programs & services

Hundreds of Plants from just $2.00

Rolls & Rolls of Material – all must clear on the day—make an offer !

Books to suit all ages from just .50c

Polo & T-Shirts—ALL BRAND NEW— all just $2.00

Children’s Toys, Men, Women’s & Children’s Clothing

Garden Ornaments & Bric-a-Brac

Sausage sizzle and coffee shop with delicious home-made baked goodies on site.

Bring your family, friends & neighbours for a great morning out of the house!



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Building Better Lives!

Logan East Community Neighbourhood Association Inc.

53-57 Cinderella Dr, Springwood, Logan City, QLD, 4127

07 3808 4529 | lecna@lecna.org.au | ABN: 57 904 701 145

Opening Hours: Mon – Thurs 9AM-4PM |Fri 9AM-12PM

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