IOC announces Host City: Brisbane 2032
On 21 July 2021 the International Olympic Committee (IOC) voted and named Brisbane the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games Host City.
See the IOC announcement on the Olympic website.
The Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games proposal involved cooperation from all levels of government.
Redland City Council has been a partner in the Brisbane 2032 proposal, starting in 2015 when the Council of Mayors (SEQ) agreed to investigate the opportunity as part of our long-term infrastructure planning.
Hosting the Olympic and Paralympic Games will create a legacy for Brisbane including Redlands Coast, and is aligned with our plans for the city’s future.
City-shaping projects like the Birkdale Community Precinct, the preferred site for the Redland Whitewater Centre, and revitalisation of Capalaba Town Centre are already underway and will be important in ensuring Redlands Coast is ready for the Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Redlands Coast will be home to the Redland Whitewater Centre, one of the Olympic competition venues.
For more information about the Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games, and to learn about the IOC process and how it decides future Host Cities, visit the Olympic website.
Redlands Coast becomes an Olympic venue city
Redland City Mayor Karen Williams talks about Redland City Council’s six-year dream becoming reality with Brisbane being announced as the host of the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
You can also read the announcement Games come to Redlands Coast in 2032.