On 21 July 2021, the International Olympic Committee selected Queensland as the host of the Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games (Brisbane 2032), making it the largest event ever staged in Queensland.
As Queensland’s global business agency, Trade and Investment Queensland will lead the 2032 international trade and investment program, which will showcase Queensland’s investment and export opportunities to the world.
As a state that embraces sport wholeheartedly and thrives on overcoming challenges with world-class solutions, we’re ready to welcome you to the Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
KPMG forecasts that Brisbane 2032 will generate:
- $8.1 billion total benefits for Queensland and $17.61 billion total benefits for Australia 91,600 Queensland full-time equivalent job years and 122,900 nationally an uplift in international tourism and trade worth an estimated $4.6 billion for Queensland and $8.5 billion nationally
- social benefits of up to $3.5 billion for Queensland and $9.11 billion nationally through factors such as health benefits and volunteering benefits.
Hosting world-class events
With a strong track record in the delivery of major sporting events, Queensland is well placed to deliver on these projections.
Queensland successfully delivered the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games 2018 – one of the best-ever Commonwealth Games – accompanied by the Trade 2018 business program. This 13-day multi-sectoral program attracted some of Australia’s brightest business minds and most innovative entrepreneurs, along with a unique mix of international delegates.
Brisbane 2032 – master plan
The Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games will be hosted across the great state of Queensland including greater Brisbane, the Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Toowoomba, Townsville and Cairns. World class venues and facilities will leave a legacy for Queensland long after the closing ceremony.
The Master Plan has been developed by Games partners including the state, federal and local governments.
Proponents wishing to offer services, products or solutions to procure to the Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games are encouraged to register at www.qld.gov.au/about/Brisbane2032.
Proponents are also encouraged to review the International Olympic Committee’s Olympic Partner Programme and options to engage with the International Olympic Committee and the services and sponsorships that program partners can provide.
Contact us about Brisbane 2032
If you’d like to find out more about trade and investment opportunities for Brisbane 2032, let us know your interest by filling in the short form below, or you can make direct contact with one of our 16 overseas offices to discuss your interest in more detail.
We look forward to sharing the glory and success of Brisbane 2032 with you.