Brisbane 2033: Legacy Project

Brisbane 2033: Legacy Project

Brisbane 2033: Legacy Project

In March 2021, the President of the Australian Olympic Committee, John Coates AC, launched an important policy paper for the Committee for Brisbane.

Brisbane 2033: Our Olympics and Paralympics Legacies was the culmination of months of work by a Committee Taskforce that contributed some big ideas about the future for south east Queensland.

We called the paper “2033” – the year after a 2032 Olympics and Paralympics: if we look back, what should the legacies be?

The Reports below are the culmination of the work done by Committee members in Phase One and Phase Two of the Legacy Project.

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Brisbane 2033 Legacy Project Action Plan - Creative

Phase Two Taskforce coordinated by Accenture and released on 8 October 2021

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Brisbane 2033 Legacy Project Action Plan - Equitable

Phase Two Taskforce coordinated by PwC and released on 8 October 2021

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Brisbane 2033 Legacy Project Action Plan - Enterprising

Phase Two Taskforce coordinated by Aurecon and released on 8 October 2021

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Brisbane 2033 Legacy Project Action Plan - Connected

Phase Two Taskforce coordinated by Deloitte and released on 8 October 2021

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Brisbane 2033 Legacies - Narratives

Six narratives that tell stories of imagined people in 2032, just before the Games, to describe lives as they could be, should the ideas we have proposed be implemented. They are “a day in the life of…” stories that we hope describe a region where you’d aspire to live.

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Brisbane 2033 Legacies Phase Two Timeline

This document lists the big ideas from the Phase two work year by year.

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Phase One: Brisbane 2033 - Our Olympic and Paralympic Legacies

The Legacy 2033 Taskforce's first Policy paper was released on 19 March 2021.

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The Committee For Brisbane acknowledges the First Nations People of the region and their continuing connection to and care of the land, waters and community of that region.
We also pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.

Photos by Tony Elsom