The race to transform Queensland by the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games

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This event will focus on the exciting opportunities for infrastructure development and innovative use of technology that the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games present in Queensland.


On 21 July 2021, Brisbane officially received the rights to host the Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2032.

The keynote speaker, the Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner, will outline how Queensland is preparing to deliver the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games and the wider benefits that this will bring to Queensland.

The Lord Mayor will then be joined by a panel of experts for a curated Q&A session on this exciting topic.

  • Graeme Garrett (Acting Deputy Director-General, Infrastructure and Regional Strategy, Department of State Development, Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning
  • Ren Niemann (Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright)
  • Rebecca Hoare (Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright)

Moderated by Caroline Beaumaris (Program Director - Aviation, Melbourne Airport) and Amy Dunphy (Special Counsel, Norton Rose Fulbright).

More information is available in the flyer below.

March 6th, 2023 from  5:15 PM AEST to  7:30 PM AEST
Level 21, 111 Eagle Street
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