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Queensland 2032

Premier joins table to talk up city’s future

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PREMIER Annastacia Palaszczuk will join industry leaders and global sporting identities to discuss the 2032 Olympics legacy priorities at next week’s Future Brisbane lunch. Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games chief Etienne Thobois will also deliver a keynote address live from the French capital to guests at the Royal International Convention Centre in Brisbane.Sky News Queensland editor and News Corp columnist Peter Gleeson will MC the lunch and Hancock Prospecting executive chairman Gina Rinehart will deliver a special address.

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FUTURE BRISBANE | Wednesday 1 December, 2021

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The Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games are a once-in-a-generation opportunity to redefine all of Queensland. This Future series major lunch event will identify the legacy opportunities and how industry and communities can benefit over the next 10 years and for decades to come. Join us as we discuss the region’s priorities for transport, infrastructure, sport, tourism and business, and highlight the catalytic impact an Olympics can have.

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New wave of investment into tourism

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“Our natural experiences are already world-class, but we have to look at the weakest link, which at the moment is the accommodation and the service experience.” Mining magnate Gina Rinehart is among those advocating for new investment in marinas for the superyacht glitterati who would consider coming to Queensland for the Greatest Show on Earth. “There’s the opportunity for more marinas, including for the bigger spending larger yachts, with attractive marine surrounds, for example sandy bars, gourmet supplies, jewellery and clothing boutiques, ice cream parlours, cafes and restaurants, like they have overseas,” she said.

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Brisbane has a big chance at greatness

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In my view, the government needs to now be part of meetings to: Engage with industry, investors and stakeholders to define what is possible and how we achieve it; Cut government tape, enabling facilities for Queenslanders and visitors to enjoy for many years; Plan for and co-ordinate significant infrastructure such as transport, accommodation, hospitals, airports, tourism etc; Encourage social/hospitality infrastructure like marinas, without deterring high end too, safe swimming places, entertainment precincts; Identify and copy the best planning and experiences from other Olympics; and Create a pro-Queensland theme, devoid of politics but instead with experiences to treasure for years to come.

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