Breakfast Creek Sports Precinct concept

The Queensland Government has developed a revised Breakfast Creek Sports Precinct concept plan, following the release of Brisbane City Council’s Breakfast Creek Sports Precinct concept in 2022.

Project summary

AddressCrosby Park, Albion
Project outcomesEnhance Crosby Park and surrounds, to provide new sport and recreation opportunities for Brisbane residents of all abilities.
Latest updateWorking concept to guide development.

About the project

This project is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to create one of the most accessible sporting facilities in the world, while addressing the community need for indoor courts and sporting fields in the inner north.

Council worked with key stakeholders to understand their desires for the Breakfast Creek Sports Precinct concept. Ideas from Council’s concept included in the Queensland Government’s precinct concept include:

  • delivery of premier sport and recreation facilities for communities of all abilities to enjoy
  • new 5-hectare Breakfast Creek Indoor Sports Centre (BCISC) within the precinct
  • a generous green corridor connecting Crosby Road and Breakfast Creek
  • improved parking facilities
  • increase in community sporting facilities and fields - addresses community need for indoor courts and sporting fields in the inner north
  • additional capacity to meet the expansion needs of on-site sporting clubs, accommodating the growing interest and support of junior and women’s programs.

As we get our city ready to host the Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games, the precinct will play an important role in hosting a range of Olympic and Paralympic competition, and will benefit residents, local sporting clubs and the wider South East Queensland region in the lead up to and long after the 2032 Games.

Breakfast Creek Indoor Sports Centre 

The proposed BCISC will be a landmark all-abilities venue, and will accommodate basketball, wheelchair basketball, goalball, netball and volleyball courts, badminton facilities and a para-athlete training gym.

The sports centre will support Brisbane’s sports and para-sports communities through active sport participation and community programs. For the 2032 Games, the centre will play host to Olympic basketball and Paralympic wheelchair basketball events, with a 12,000 person seating capacity.

More information

The Queensland Government is leading this project, in collaboration with Council and other stakeholders. For more information about this project and to register for updates, visit the Queensland Government’s Breakfast Creek Sports Precinct project page.

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