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Experts start planning to maximise Olympics potential

By Tanayah Wakefield

An Olympian and Paralympian have joined leaders from business, government, regional development, education, tourism, accessibility, sporting, and community and cultural organisations in the first meeting to ensure the Moreton Bay Region shares the spotlight during the 2032 Brisbane Olympic Games

The first Mayor’s 2032 Legacy Working Group met on February 27. It is believed this was the first meeting of its kind in South East Queensland.

“We have taken poll position in planning, by hosting the first Mayor’s 2032 Legacy Working Group, including Olympian Bronwen Knox, Paralympian Blake Cochrane, and welcoming guest speaker, Committee for Brisbane chief executive officer Barton Green,” Mayor Peter Flannery says.

“The committee also has representatives from business, government, regional development, education, tourism, accessibility, community and cultural organisations and sporting bodies so that we have a really good picture of all aspects we need to plan for.

| “This event will be unlike anything Moreton Bay has ever seen but if we don’t plan now, we’ll miss the economic, infrastructure and promotional opportunities that 2032 will bring. |

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