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Games 2032

Partnering to leverage world-class events and build a legacy for Queensland.

Building a better future for Queensland

The 2032 Brisbane Olympic and Paralympic Games are set to deliver $8.1 billion to Queensland, including a $4.6 billion economic boost to tourism and trade. 

As Queensland’s largest and most comprehensive university, The University of Queensland is well positioned to usher in the planning, development and innovation required to deliver successful mega-events that break barriers and create a sustainable legacy for the community. 

We're proud of our local and global connections. With expertise spanning from economics to construction and engineering to social impact, our world-leading researchers play an active role in partnerships with government, industry and research institutes to deliver value for our economy and communities. 

Partner with us to ensure Brisbane 2032 benefits the people that live, work and play in the region.

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What we offer

Partnering with us provides access to the following benefits.

World-leading expertise

Access top researchers in economics, advanced materials, design and architecture, sustainability, digital transitions, Indigenous studies, social equity and more.

World-class infrastructure

Utilise cutting-edge laboratories, testing facilities, and manufacturing hubs across four campuses.

Longstanding partnerships

Leverage our ongoing, multidisciplinary research collaborations with industry and government to create impact across a broad range of sectors.

Partner with us

Keen to know more or have an idea for a partnership? Contact our industry specialist.

Mr Tom Court
Associate Director (Games 2032)
Strategic Partnerships - Government and Industry

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Research stories

See our research in action, learn more about ongoing projects and read our success stories.

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How to host a climate positive Olympic Games

The 2032 Brisbane Olympic and Paralympic Games presents an opportunity for the state to be bold and leave the city with a valuable climate-positive legacy.
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Architecture for a better tomorrow

An exhibition from UQ’s School of Architecture, Design and Planning and the State Library of Queensland highlights the transformative potential of architectural design and its pivotal role in shaping communities.
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Architecture’s hopes and concerns for our climate future

Australian architects are worried about the climate crisis, but confident the profession can contribute to a sustainable future, according to a recent survey.