Revellers enjoy dry backyard cricket matches and barbecues on Australia Day in Logan and the Scenic Rim

Logan and Scenic Rim revellers enjoyed a day Australia Day on Sunday as rain stayed away from the area.

The barbecues and backyard cricket were conducted in warm temperatures, with players staying on the pitch for full sessions of play.

No rain: Logan and Scenic Rim residents celebrated a dry Australia day.

No rain: Logan and Scenic Rim residents celebrated a dry Australia day.

Meanwhile, swimmers also enjoyed the warm and humid day.

The hottest temperature recorded by the Bureau of Meteorology at Greenbank was 31.2 degrees at 1pm on Australia Day.

The hottest it got at Beaudesert was 30.9 at 2.30pm.

Scant rainfall was recorded at both stations, with less than one millimetre in the rain gauges.

The relative humidity climbed in the hours after Australia Day, with 98 per cent recorded at Beaudesert between 5am and 6am Monday.

Greenbank recorded 98 per cent relative humidity from 3am to 5.30am on Monday.

The same reading was recorded at Greenbank from 3am-5.30am on Monday.

The Bureau is forecasting partly cloudy conditions for Logan for the rest of the week, with predicted maximums of 33 degrees today, 32 tomorrow and 32 on Friday.

A high of 36 degrees is predicted for Beaudesert today, 34 tomorrow and 33 on Friday, with partly cloudy days.