This week thousands of Queenslanders gathered at more than thirty community activations to celebrate the milestone that is “9 Years to Go” until the Brisbane 2032 Games. The events saw the unveiling of the Olympic Rings and the Paralympic Agitos, these iconic symbols will now be touring Queensland in the coming months.
Last weekend, the large-scale installations became prominent features of Brisbane’s King George’s Square and the Gold Coast’s iconic beaches, where crowds flocked to get their first look at the Olympic Rings and Paralympic Agitos, the first time they have been on Aussie soil since the iconic Sydney 2000 games.
These visual tributes to the Brisbane 2032 Games are all about growing excitement and rallying the broader Australian community’s to get behind the forthcoming international sporting event. The Rings and Agitos installations aren’t just symbolic; they serve as a great reminder of the unity and celebration that an Olympic and Paralympic Games can bring to a region.Local communities are encouraged to visit the Rings and Agitos and capture their own piece of history with a photo, with many of the sites also hosting sporting activations for people to take part in.