Olympics officials to inspect Gold Coast venues for 2032 Games

Senior Olympics officials will get a first-hand glimpse of what the Gold Coast will have to offer for the 2032 Games.

They’ll be given a guided tour of the proposed venues on the Gold Coast.

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk will join them on the tour with the group also expected to meet with Mayor Tom Tate.


Six venues on the Gold Coast have so far been flagged as Olympic venues for 2032.

Broadbeach Park is set to host the beach volleyball with a temporary stadium to be erected that would hold 12,000 people.

Proposed satellite athletes village in Robina

C-BUS Stadium will host football matches while the Gold Coast Sports & Leisure Centre at Carrara would be home to judo and wrestling.

Triathlon has been earmarked for Broadwater Parklands while volleyball would be played at Coomera Indoor Sports Centre.

The Gold Coast Convention Centre would host weightlifting.

A satellite athletes village has also been flagged for Robina.

Mayor Tom Tate has put forward the newly refurbished skate park at Pizzey Park to potentially host skateboarding events while the Gold Coast would be a strong contender for surfing events if the sport remains as part of the Olympics.