Brisbane Organising Committee for the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games
TypeStatutory authority
HeadquartersBrisbane, Queensland
Andrew Liveris
Cindy Hook

Brisbane Organising Committee for the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games (BNEOCOG) was established by the Brisbane Olympic and Paralympic Games Arrangements Act 2021 [1] passed by the Queensland Parliament in December 2021. It is a statutory authority and its role is "to plan, organise and deliver the Olympic and Paralympic Games in accordance with the host contract".[1]

The legislation outlines the functions and board composition of the Organising Committee. At least 50% of the nominated directors holding office must be women.[1] It is likely that the Board will change between 2021 and 2032 due to changes in roles and term limitations.

Prior to Brisbane winning the right to host the 2032 Olympics and Paralympics, the Federal Government committed to fund half the costs of critical infrastructure with the Queensland Government. An Olympic Infrastructure Agency would be established with shared governance arrangements and oversee all projects from the planning, scoping and design phase through to contracting, construction and delivery.[2]


Representation Determined
by Legislation

Appointment Period

Australian Olympic Committee President or Honorary Life President Ian Chesterman (President 2022- )
Australian Olympic Committee Chief Executive Matt Carroll (2021-)
International Olympic Committee members from Australia John Coates (2021- )
Olympic athlete Bronte Barratt (2021-),
Paralympics Australia President Jock O'Callaghan (Vice President 2021–2023), Alison Creagh (2023- )
International Paralympic Committee Governing Board members from Australia Robyn Smith (2021-)
Paralympic athlete Kurt Fearnley (2021-)
Independent Directors includes President (five) Andrew Liveris (President 2022- ), Rob Scott (2022- ) Sarah Kelly (2022- ), Brett Clark (2022- ), Shelley Reyes (2022- )
Prime Minister of Australia nominees (four) Richard Colbeck (Minister for Sport 2021–2022), Ted O'Brien (2021-2022), Tracy Stockwell (2021-), Rebecca Frizelle (2021-), Anika Wells (Minister for Sport 2022-),Graham Perrett (2022- ) [3]
Queensland Premier nominees (four) Annastacia Palaszczuk (Vice President 2022-), Steven Miles (Deputy Premier 2022- ), Patrick Johnson (2022- ), Natalie Cook (2022-)
Brisbane Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner (Vice President 2021-)
Brisbane Lord Mayor nominee Karen Williams (Redland City Council 2021–2022), Clare Stewart (2022- )[4]

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In December 2022, Cindy Hook was appointed chief executive officer.[9]


  1. ^ a b c "Brisbane Olympic and Paralympic Games Arrangements Act 2021". Queensland Legislation. Retrieved 1 April 2022.
  2. ^ "Brisbane Olympic Games 2032". Australian Parliament Budget Review 2021-22. Retrieved 1 April 2022.
  3. ^ Moore, Tony (19 August 2022). "New faces on the Brisbane Olympic Games organising committee". Brisbane Times. Retrieved 19 August 2022.
  4. ^ "Noosa Mayor Stewart joins Brisbane 2032 Board of Directors". Inside The Games. 2 July 2022. Retrieved 7 July 2022.
  5. ^ Snape, Jack (22 October 2021). "The puppets and puppetmasters behind the 2032 Olympics and how your $5 billion will be spent". ABC News. Retrieved 1 April 2022.
  6. ^ "Renowned Queenslanders Nominated For Brisbane 2032 Olympic Committee". Prime Minister of Australia. 18 December 2021. Retrieved 1 April 2022.
  7. ^ "Key nominees for Olympic Board". The Queensland Cabinet and Ministerial Directory Media Statements. 28 March 2022. Retrieved 1 April 2022.
  8. ^ "Brisbane 2032 board". The Queensland Cabinet and Ministerial Directory. 10 April 2022. Retrieved 10 April 2022.
  9. ^ Eeles, Sally (13 December 2022). "Cindy Hook named Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games CEO". ABC News. Retrieved 14 December 2022.