Redland City Council is looking for passionate members of the community to serve on a Redlands Coast 2032 Legacy Working Group to identify the most desirable legacy opportunities and outcomes for South-East Queensland that should be pursued before, during and after the Brisbane 2032 Olympics and Paralympics.
We need our community's input to ensure that community views and aspirations are being represented and reflected in the development of a Redlands Coast 2032 Legacy Plan and Program, as well as providing a forum to discuss legacy ideas, opportunities, benefits and risks.
We’re now seeking Expressions of Interest for individuals to be part of our green and gold legacy runway by helping us to identify key priorities and opportunities to create long-term social, economic, cultural and environmental benefits for the city.
The Redlands Coast 2032 Working Group will comprise the Mayor and members drawn from the following areas of interest:
- Cultural diversity, including Quandamooka Traditional Custodian representatives
- Olympians/ Paralympians/ High-performance sport
- Sustainability expert
- Business, industry and trade
- Tourism and events
- Disability sector – accessibility and inclusion
- Arts and culture
- Community sport and active recreation
- Local school student
- Health and wellbeing
- Innovation and research
- Education and training.
To apply, you will need to provide some information about yourself, including your CV or résumé, and tell us:
- Why you are interested in joining the Working Group
- Which specific areas of interest you represent
- What knowledge or expertise you would bring to Working Group
- How you will represent the interests of Redlands Coast in your area of knowledge or expertise
- Your commitment and willingness to contribute to the Redlands Coast 2032 Legacy Working Group
- Your ability to communicate information from the Working Group to broader stakeholders, e.g. young people, community groups, professional associations, etc.
Expressions of Interest closed at 5pm, Wednesday 28 May 2022.