|Location||Shailer Park, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia|
|Opening date||July 1989|
|Developer||Queensland Investment Corporation|
|Owner||Queensland Investment Corporation|
|No. of stores and services||Approx 220|
|No. of anchor tenants||7|
|Total retail floor area||81,000 m2 (870,000 sq ft) (Hyperdome GLA Retail) 22,756 m2 (244,940 sq ft) (Home Centre GLA Retail)|
The Queensland Police Service operates a police beat shopfront in the centre. Logan City Council has a library at the far northern end of the Hyperdome and this is a separate, stand alone building. The Logan Hyperdome contains a food court with many outlets. Event Cinemas operate a cinema complex within the centre.
Built after the closure and demolition of Wild Waters water park, the Hyperdome first opened in August 1989. Work at the site began in September 1988 and it was officially opened in July 1989. It received upgrades in May 1990, October 1997, December 1998, March 2005 and August 2015. The October 1997 upgrade was the largest upgrade when BI-LO Mega Frrresh (closed 30 June 2017) was moved from its original location where the now-defunct Crazy Clark's is located and Big W was added along with around 50 specialty stores and a 2-storey carpark. The 2005 upgrade included upgrading the Event Cinemas to 12 (previously 'Pacific 8') and installing a bowling alley (AMF Hyperbowl), another carpark and several restaurants and bars in the newly constructed piazza. The 2015 upgrade cost $17 million and revamped the southern end of the shopping centre, creating a new area called The Market Room. This area features several fresh food retailers and restaurants.
The Logan Hyperdome Library opened in 1998 with a major refurbishment in 2014.
Hyperdome Home CentreEdit
In addition, the Hyperdome Home Centre separated from the main Hyperdome mall area.
It contains the Loganholme Bus Station located in Zone 2 for TransLink services.
- "Logan Hyperdome Police Beat Shopfront". Queensland Police Service. 16 June 2011. Retrieved 8 November 2011.
- "Logan Hyperdome Library". Logan City Council. Retrieved 30 January 2018.
- Howells, Mary (2003). Logan River Tinnie Trail. Logan City Council. p. 43. ISBN 0975051903.
- Daniels, Kelly (4 July 2014). "HYPERDOME'S $17M PROJECT". The Reporter. The Logan Reporter. Retrieved 31 October 2015.
- "Public Libraries Statistical Bulletin 2016-17" (PDF). Public Libraries Connect. State Library of Queensland. November 2017. p. 14. Archived (PDF) from the original on 30 January 2018. Retrieved 30 January 2018.