New citizens will be sworn in and the high-achieving residents will be announced when Logan City Council celebrates Australia Day on January 26.
Celebrations, which will include the traditional flag-raising ceremony, will be at the Logan Entertainment Centre.
The swearing-in of 153 new Australian citizens will also take place, along with the announcement of Citizen and Young Citizen of the Year.
The awards are presented to the people whose outstanding endeavours, achievements and community involvement contribute to making Logan a great place to live.
"Australia Day is the one day of the year where we can all reflect on how lucky we are to call Australia home," interim administrator Tamara O'Shea said.
"The City of Logan is home to a rich diversity of people from more than 217 cultural backgrounds, from our newest residents to those who have been here for thousands of years.
"We respect the ongoing traditional customs, spirituality and strong connection of Australia's First Nations peoples to our lands and waterways.
"Logan has an incredible community spirit and Australia Day is an opportunity to recognise and celebrate that diversity and what it means to be Australian today.
"I encourage locals to join Council as we recognise our citizens of the year and formally welcome our newest Australians."
Doors open at 8am and there will be a morning tea at the conclusion of the formal ceremony.
Canterbury College student Charlie Johnstone was named Logan's Young Citizen of the Year in 2019.
The Bahrs Scrub teen competed at the World Scholar's Cup Tournament of Champions at Yale University in 2018, where he ranked 87th out of 15,000 students.
He also won the unique opportunity to have lunch with NASA astronauts after winning another academic contest.