The Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games (Brisbane 2032) will provide extraordinary opportunities for communities across Brisbane, Queensland, Australia and Oceania.
Brisbane 2032 will make South East Queensland even more inclusive, sustainable, connected, liveable and prosperous.
That’s why the Australian Government is investing up to $3.435 billion toward key venue infrastructure. All venues will support the long term needs of growing communities and be ready in time for the Games.
The capped funding amount is allocated to:
- The Brisbane Arena project - up to $2.5 billion; and
- The 16 projects under the Minor Venues Program - up to $935 million.
The Queensland Government will fund the redevelopment of the Gabba.
An Intergovernmental Agreement signed by the Australian and Queensland Governments in February 2023 outlines the funding and governance arrangements for venue infrastructure projects for Brisbane 2032.
Projects are subject to validation work, to ensure value for money is achieved and to understand community needs.