REVEALED: The sports the Gold Coast could host for the 2032 Olympic Games

The Gold Coast could play host to a range of exciting sporting events, if the South East Queensland bid for the 2032 games was successful.

Australian Olympic Committee president John Coates briefed Gold Coast City Councillors at a meeting on Tuesday, revealing which sports could be played on the coast.

According to Mr Coates, we could host up to ten events, including open water swimming, beach volleyball, the triathlon and race walking, which would all take place at the Broadwater Parklands.


Golf could also be played at Royal Pines, whilst football would take place at CBUS Stadium.

It’s understood that handball could be played at the Coomera indoor sports centre and canoeing and rowing could potentially take place at Coomera.

Mr Coates also revealed that a second athletes village, similar to the Commonwealth Games establishment at Southport, could also be built to host the competitors.

Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate has backed the push to host the games.