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Olympics & Infrastructure

In July, the International Olympic Committee announced the Queensland capital will host the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Summer Games. In the following 24 hours alone, Queensland received an estimated $170 million worth of free global publicity as people from around the world were inundated with images of the Sunshine State. Almost half a century after

Olympics & Property

Los Angeles. Paris. London. Brisbane. After the announcement in July, the Queensland capital will join the list of iconic Olympic cities in 2032. Brisbane will be the 24th city to host the Games and the third capital in Australia after Melbourne 1956 and Sydney 2000. Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said that the economic modelling showed the

Olympics Overview

And the winner… is… BRISBANE! When older Queenslanders think of Brisbane, they most likely remember how the capital city looked before and after Expo 88. But with an unprecedented 11 years to get prepared, Brisbane will create a global spectacle unlike anything else the world has ever seen before. In other words, the 2032 Olympics

QLD Budget Overview

The 2021-22 state Budget delivered on June 15 is focused on working together to create jobs and protect the health of Queenslanders. State Treasurer Mr Cameron Dick also revealed that Queensland’s economy has started recovering from COVID-19 much sooner than expected. With an estimated growth of around 2.75% over the next 12 months, QLD’s economy

QLD Budget Property Overview

Despite the ongoing pandemic, the QLD Budget is forecast to be in surplus by the middle of 2025. This is due to a large increase in tax revenue from the State’s booming property market of 21.4% over the 2020-21 financial year. Around 9.3% of taxation revenue in the next financial year will be from land

QLD Budget Infrastructure Overview

The recently released Queensland Budget 2021-22 included record funding for infrastructure to help create 24,000 jobs and support the state’s economic recovery. The Palaszczuk Government announced a significant $52.2 billion infrastructure investment over the next four years, including $27.5 billion for transport and roads projects. This financing delivers on their previously guaranteed $50 billion to

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