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The origin of the name is linked to the Aboriginal word and it was called Mungaree, meaning place of fishes. Slacks Creek was later renamed after the Slack family who had a cattle run. Although the suburb of Logan City is quite small, you will always find affordable accommodation, ranging from fancy hotels to camping sites. Moreover, the venues are also quite generous: funky coffee shops, takeaways, and restaurants that offer a wide array of food.
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Why Rent a Car in Slacks Creek With VroomVroomVroom?
Slacks Creek just 21 kilometres away from Brisbane. Driving your rental car to the Brisbane CBD will take around 20 minutes via M3. If you are arriving in Queensland via Brisbane Airport, you can take the M1 route to reach Slacks Creek.
Queensland Parliament -Although located at a distance of 21 kilometers car drive from Slacks Creek City, Queensland Parliament is the place to go and discover the historic building and the rooms used by the Members of the Parliament since 1868. You will be granted access to some of the public areas of the building, as well as areas that have been recently open to the public.
Queensland Museum of Modern Art is the place where you will not only discover both modern and unconventional exhibits after parking your car hire, but also have access to international exhibitions, with famous names such as Picasso and Monet. There is also a gallery that focuses exclusively on Australian Aboriginal Art.
Queensland Museum South Bank is located near Slacks Creek and it houses a wide array of exhibits from Antiquity up until Modern and Contemporary times. Having a car rental means you will have a chance to visit the museum which houses a natural history collection that defines the Australian biodiversity. Tourists can enjoy a visit to the Library, where they can see a large
Being a small suburb,