Ahead of the 2032 Olympic games, Brisbane is undergoing some massive upgrades. From new public parks to a fresh car-free bridge. We could even be getting a floating swimming pool on the river. To add to the list, Northshore Hamilton will undergo a hefty transformation to host the Brisbane Athlete Village for the Olympics.
Northshore Hamilton is already a popular spot among locals, especially being home to Eat Street. The revamped precinct, however, will welcome more shops and eateries, entertainment, cultural spaces, and housing.
Although the expansion of the waterfront location is to accommodate more than 10,000 athletes and officials during the games, it will be enjoyed by locals after the Olympics are over too.
Back in the 80s, South Bank’s sprawling waterfront hub was built in preparation for Expo 88. So it’s predicted that Northshore Hamilton will be transformed similarly for the 2032 Olympic games.
The games are expected to bring immense growth for Queensland, and not just by giving the state’s capital a makeover, which we can all reap the benefits of. It will also boost and support local businesses in Brisbane and beyond.
It’s unclear when the revamped Northshore Hamilton will be complete, but we’ll keep you updated on the progress.
For more info, head over to the Queensland Government website.
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