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Brisbane Olympics 2032 - Some Major Venues

It is believed that the emphasis on the provision of Olympic class sporting venues has been adjusted in time for the Brisbane 2032 event owing to major cost overruns in previous Olympics.

Perhaps the best place to follow the development progress of the Brisbane Venues is at the Queensland State Development and Infrastructure website and a less formal site q2032.au

One thrust is to upgrade existing facilities for the Olympics in 2032 and then return them in a format suitable for ongoing community use.

A review of the major Gabba Stadium has suggested "modest enhancements"

Aside from the Gabba, a number of other venues that utilize lightweight structure architecture exist - and several of these have had major input from LSAA Members.

Located on the beautiful Gold Coast, Cbus Super Stadium is a world class rectangular stadium featuring a premium playing surface suitable for rugby union, rugby league or football events and training. This was previously known as the Robina stadium


The Gold Coast Sports Precinct served as the signature venue precinct for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games, hosting the Opening and Closing Ceremonies, athletics, badminton, weightlifting, powerlifting and wrestling. LSAA knows this as the Metricon Stadium


The Queensland University of Technology (QUT) Stadium is a FIFA accredited state-of-the-art sports field located at the university’s Kelvin Grove campus in Brisbane. The roof-level is home to a FIFA accredited sports field, developed as part of the long-term expansion plans for the University. This venue has been entered to our 2018 LSAA Design Awards