The Brisbane 2032 Olympics – A Game Changer For The Region

Laying the right foundations for The Brisbane Games will create long term benefits for South East Queensland

We’re thrilled with the announcement by the International Olympic Committee that Brisbane will be the host for the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

This announcement is of monumental significance for Brisbane and the South East Queensland Region and will provide a catalyst for growth for the next decade and beyond.

- Liza Valks, Regional Director, Ethos Urban

Our role

We’ve already been helping to lay the foundations for the Games infrastructure and for growth in the region through ongoing planning inputs into the Cross River Rail precinct planning frameworks, the Sunshine Coast Mass Transit project and other major strategic planning projects.

The final proposal identifies permanent venues planned across the South East Queensland region, including the Gold and Sunshine Coasts, Redland Bay, Ipswich, Toowoomba and the Scenic Rim, as well as Townsville and Cairns.

We have also been contributing to the Committee for Brisbane’s Olympic and Paralympic Legacy Taskforce to help identify and plan for the long-term benefits to the community and future generations from hosting the Games.

The legacy starts here

With an unprecedented decade-long lead-in to hosting the Games, there is a tremendous opportunity to plan for and deliver long-term economic, social and environmental legacies for South East Queensland.

The legacy starts as soon as it the games are awarded not when the Olympic flame is extinguished.

- Matt Carroll AM, Chief Executive Officer Australian Olympic Committee

We’re energised by the announcement and we look forward to playing our part in this game changing project by helping Brisbane and the region realise its full potential from hosting the Games.

We are excited to see the opportunities this will bring to advancing the planning for a thriving, inclusive, resilient, and sustainable community in Queensland.

For further information on the planning for the Olympic and Paralympics Games and what it could mean for your organisation, please contact Ben Weaver, Ben Haynes and Liza Valks.

Ben Haynes

Ben Haynes

Director & National Health and Education Lead | Brisbane

Ben Weaver

Ben Weaver

Director & National Precincts Lead | Brisbane