The announcement last week by the International Olympic Council that Brisbane has won the right to host the 2032 Olympic Games has already got many in the Southern Capital and the South-East corner of the State very excited (and not only about the Olympic Games).
Property infrastructure and prices are always positively affected by such events. So, what effect may these games and the lead-up time have on the Cairns region?
Few may know that prior to the Australian athlete’s departure for the Tokyo Olympic Games, many from a variety of sports, spent time in Cairns utilising our warm climate to help them adjust to what conditions they were likely to face once in Tokyo. Cairns has been hosting swimmers, athletics, and hockey players as they train for the 2021 Games.
Currently, Cairns does not have a rectangular stadium capable of hosting prominent sporting, music, and entertainment events where up to say, 20,000 people could be accommodated.
The 2032 Olympic Games announcement has put the possibility of such a stadium firmly on the ‘probable’ list of infrastructure to be built regionally to help host the Games. Cairns’ people are certainly hopeful this will be the case!
Within this Edition we will provide information on the following:
– Monday Auction Results – 26th July
– Surfing Resort for Port Douglas
– The Waterview and Waterfront Auction
– Things to Consider When Looking For a Home Loan
– Brisbane Going For Gold – 2032!