Access, in partnership with the Queensland State Government, celebrated an early Queensland Day on Friday June 2, with over 1000 community members attending a free family fun day at the Gould Adams Complex in Kingston. They helped cut a cake to celebrate Queensland’s 158th birthday and enjoyed many children’s activities, including a jumping castle, inflatable worm, slide, sack races, tug-of-war, egg and spoon races and, most popular, face-painting. The event also featured a free BBQ, local heritage wall from the Logan Central Library and live multicultural entertainment. Queensland Day is an annual celebration of the state’s culture, heritage, people and industry, and was a chance to bring the Logan community together on a fine wintery afternoon to celebrate all those who call Queensland their home, regardless of their background, religion or race.