The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has elected Brisbane as the Host City of the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

The Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games proposal involved cooperation from all levels of government and, because of that cooperation, Council and its Brisbane 2032 partners are now committed to delivering the world’s largest sporting event, which will have significant economic benefits for our residents and businesses.

The Games are set to deliver $8.1 billion in benefits to Queensland including a $4.6 billion economic boost to tourism and trade and $3.5 billion in social improvements such as health, volunteering and community benefits.  

Hosting the Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games will create an Olympic legacy, which aligns with our commitment to making the Brisbane of tomorrow even better than the Brisbane of today.    

City-shaping projects like the Brisbane Metro, Green Bridges and the transformation of Victoria Park are already underway and will be important infrastructure, ensuring Brisbane is ready for the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games.  

For more information about the Brisbane 2032 proposal and to learn about the IOC process and how it decides future Host Cities, visit the Olympic website.

Building towards 2032

Let's celebrate 9 years to go!

Sunday 23 July marks nine years to the Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games Opening Ceremony. Celebrate this milestone with us on 22 and 23 July.


Brisbane Metro

A key part of Brisbane's greater transport network linking the city to the suburbs and making it easier to connect with the people and places you love.

Victoria Park

We're creating Brisbane's biggest park in 50 years. Victoria Park will be a natural retreat, an urban park for adventure, discovery and reconnection.


Green Bridges

Council is building new green bridges across Brisbane which will make it even easier to get around our city on foot, by bike or scooter, or by connecting with public transport.

Brisbane 2032 Masterplan

Council has a vision for Brisbane, a plan to protect our clean, green environment, sustainably manage growth, and respond to opportunities to promote tourism, industry and our businesses, ensuring we are improving the quality of life for our residents.  

The Games will provide a ‘green and gold’ runway to 2032 and a 10-year legacy beyond. Council is committed to sustainable long-term outcomes that will benefit Brisbane in the lead up to and long after the Games.  

Brisbane will be home to 18 of the 37 Olympic and Paralympic competition venues, as well as the International Broadcast Centre, the Media Press Centre and the Olympic and Paralympic Athletes Village.

Last updated: 8 July 2023

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