An Aboriginal family at the centre of a violent racial fallout with Pacific Islanders south of Brisbane last week says they had a gun pointed at them by a carload of opponents.

Tim Briggs says he and his family were packing up to move to the Gold Coast when a car load of men - who he believes were Pacific Islanders - drove past their home in Douglas Street in Woodridge brandishing a handgun.

"A vehicle drove past and Pacific Islanders placed their hand out the window with a gun and me and my children, we just froze," he said.

"We just panicked and someone is going to get very, very hurt."

Mr Briggs says he did not report the incident to police because he doubts they will do anything about it.

He says the racial taunting has been relentless and he and his family wanted to get out of Woodridge before someone gets killed.

Mr Briggs says other Aboriginal families in Woodridge have reported seeing the same car taunting them as well.

He says a truce achieved between the two feuding families stands, but he says others in the community want trouble.

"It is not over. They want to continue on with this situation of what happened about a week ago and my people can only take so much," he said.

The family moved out of Logan on Wednesday after days of violence clashes on the street between members of the two communities.

Public meetings were held late last week in an effort to ease the tensions.