International Olympic Committee to consider Brisbane 2032 next month

On 11 June, the IOC Executive Board considered a report and recommendation by the Future Host Commission on the proposal for Brisbane to host the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

The Board recommended Brisbane 2032 be put forward to election at the 138th Olympic Committee Session to be held in Tokyo next month.

Find out more about the IOC Board decision.

Games partners, including the State, federal and local Governments, have been working on a Games Masterplan that includes events being hosted across greater Brisbane, the Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Toowoomba, Cairns and Townsville.

Based on preliminary economic, social and environmental analysis conducted by KPMG, hosting the 2032 Games is estimated to deliver quantifiable economic and social benefits up to $8.1 billion for Queensland and $17.61 billion for Australia.

Read the KPMG preliminary economic, social and environment analysis report.

Brisbane 2032 Master Plan

See the plan to deliver the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games, with world class venues and facilities leaving a legacy for Queensland long after the closing ceremony concludes.

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