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Meadowbrook is an urban, mixed use suburb of Logan City, Queensland, Australia. At the 2016 Australian Census, the suburb recorded a population of 3,113. It was split off from the larger suburb of Loganlea and named in 1991. The northern and eastern border of the suburb follow Logan River and part of its tributary Slacks Creek. The Gold Coast railway line marks the southern boundary.
The Loganlea Golf Course and Logan campus of Griffith University are located in Meadowbrook. Most of the gold course is within a defined flood zone as is Lake Elleslie at the entrance to the university. Logan Hospital is located in this suburb. The hospital is currently being upgrade with construction expeccted to be complete by 2015. There is also an industrial area in the west of Meadowbrook and a large section of housing surround the hospital and adjacent TAFE college. Meadowbrook is home to Riverdale Park, a former grazing property.
A draft master plan for the suburb is being prepared by the Logan City Council. Medowbrook has been designated as a Specialist Centre in the South East Queensland Regional Plan 2009-2031, dedicated to health, research and education. Waterways of Slacks Creek dominate the northern sections of Meadowbrook with suburban arterical Loganlea Road heading towards the Pacific Motorway and Slacks Creek being the only road in the area. Power lines and an electrical substation have been built in the industrial area.