The investment decisions we make about Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games venues, accommodation, transport, and sustainability will shape the lives of millions before, during and after the competition is over.
"The Games aren't just a chance for Queensland to take its place on the world stage. They're an opportunity for us to invest in world-class infrastructure that's inclusive, accessible, connected and valued by the Queensland communities of today, and tomorrow"
Arthur Stamatoudis, Executive Director - Advisory
RPS' sports and cultural infrastructure expert, Nick Johnson on why modest developments might be a better option for Australian sports arenas
Brisbane Planning Manager, Joanne Counsins on the lessons of Expo 88 and the opportunities of Brisbane 2032
Urban Design National Lead, Peter Egerton on why we need to elevate the city-shaping conversation and start talking about region-shaping for Queensland.
"In preparing for Brisbane 2032 we need to think about the lived experience that Olympic and Paralympic projects can help us deliver. What story do we want our public spaces, venues, accommodation and transport to tell about our Queensland lifestyle? How can the spaces we plan make life better for our communities decades into the future? The opportunity is huge to make Brisbane 2032 the 'placemaking Games' and create a proud legacy for Queensland."
Penny Cooper, Strategy Lead - Great Places and Spaces
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