Young family interacting with a fun and colourful display of giant plastic beachballs in Southbank

Value to Queenslanders

Social, economic and people perks in the works

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Set for success

The Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games are a once in a lifetime opportunity for individuals, communities and businesses across Queensland and around the country. The Games will encourage investment and deliver benefits for all Queenslanders.




FTE jobs per year for Queenslanders and 122.9K for Australians

Training for the future

From statewide economic boosts via new job creation and business opportunities, to multiple social and health benefits for individuals and communities, we’re all working towards a better Queensland.

Adult and child admiring plants at the World Science Festival in Brisbane
Kids exploring the Bellingham Hedge Maze looking down from playground platform
Father, daughter and son sitting at the beach watching the sunrise.
Smiling man wearing high-vis in a warehouse

The value created from the Games will ripple throughout Queensland.

A living gift

With our enviable lifestyle, our state will be enhanced by the flow-on effects of hosting the Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Queenslanders will reap the social benefits of increased affordable housing, better transport connectivity and accelerated community programs created in time for 2032. It’s an investment in our lifestyle for the long run.

Four surfers, running into the water early in the morning with surfboards in their hands.




in social benefits for Queensland and $9.1B for Australia




forecast tourism and trade boost for Queensland and $8.5B for Australia

Worker in high vis and hardhat smiles at camera with Cross River Rail construction in background.

A pipeline of construction projects, local jobs, trade and investment opportunities.

Individual benefits

Brisbane 2032 will impact Queenslanders at an individual level, inviting locals to join this once-in-a-generation opportunity. From building infrastructure to sharing what’s special about our home with the world, the next nine years will change the shape of Queensland for the better.

Farmer feeding milk to 2 calves at Tommerups Dairy Farm during sunrise
Young person in a dark room admiring glowing neon circles art on the wall

Arts & Culture

of Queenslanders will be integrated into community projects seen by the world.

A bike rider in the air doing a trick at Alexandra Headland skate park




Queenslanders volunteered with an organisation or in their community in 2020.

A young woman with braids and a surfboard looks out to the waves at the beach.