The Place

About Brisbane

Blessed with sunny days and an insatiable love of the outdoors, Brisbane is sports mad. It boasts some of the best sporting facilities in the world, and competition and training venues are conveniently located in close proximity to visitor accommodation and the central CBD.

Brisbane is also a sophisticated city bursting with culture: when athletes and spectators aren’t at the Games, there’s an endless range of excellent entertainment, dining, shopping and options to be enjoyed. Plus, outside of the city, there are plenty of places to visit to enjoy unique experiences such as hand-feeding dolphins, surfing, wine tasting and hiking.

About Queensland

Queensland is a great place to host the 2019 INAS Global Games.

Queensland is home to thousands of kilometres of tropical coastlines, the outback, sandy beaches, coral reefs, mountain rainforests and a wonderfully warm climate.

Brisbane, Queensland’s capital city with almost two million people, has grown to be an incredibly vibrant river city, a place with something for everyone.

Positive and forward-thinking, generous and optimistic, Brisbane has a great outdoors lifestyle and the greatest variety of native wildlife of any capital city in Australia. From art lover to outdoor adventurist, Australia’s third largest city caters to all tastes.

Whilst you are here for the games, explore other parts of Queensland – from prehistoric rainforests to reef-fringed beaches, sunburnt plains to urban laneways. Queensland is a place like no other, offering iconic and unique experiences.

We look forward to welcoming you.