The Story Bridge with the sunset reflecting in the river below

Venues and villages

Good to grow. A future state of play

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Home advantage

As Australia's premier playground, Queensland is perfectly placed to host the Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games. With new and enhanced Games-ready venues and dedicated athlete villages, our state will create a long-term landscape of growth and opportunity.


The Games state

Brisbane 2032 will be held in cities right across the state. There will also be two interstate venues in Sydney and Melbourne.

Aerial Computer Render of the outdoor area outside the Sunshine Coast Stadium
Computer-rendered aerial view of Townsville stadium, with river and ocean in background
Aerial shot of Suncorp Stadium at sunset, with Brisbane City in the background
Aerial view of the Ipswich Stadium field

The majority of venues already exist or will be temporary to reduce overall cost and environmental impact.

A lot to accommodate

We’re ready to welcome the world. New athlete villages in Northshore Hamilton and Robina along with satellite villages at the Sunshine Coast and Kooralbyn will be prepared. After the Games, the villages will provide new permanent homes for our growing population.

Computer-rendered aerial view of The Blight Rayner Sleeman Sports Centre


athlete villages

Computer-rendered inside view of Townsville Stadium filled with people watching an NRL game

These venues will have a thriving life beyond 2032.

Playing the long game

Our people, community and lifestyle are the blueprint for the design of these venues and villages. At their core, these facilities are designed to support our growing state now and into the future.

Computer-rendered ground view of Townsville Stadium, with people walking around the arena



athletes and officials will be hosted during the Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Aerial view of Gold Coast Stadium and river with city in the background.

We’re bringing Queensland’s future forward.