Public Gets First Look At Breakfast Creek Sports Precinct

Check out what the Breakfast Creek Sports Precinct might be like! Here’s a bird’s eye view of Albion’s new multi-sports precinct.

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Brisbane City Council is still exploring and considering concept plans and inclusions for the precinct, but the unveiled images show that it will feature a number of sport and recreation facilities.

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Photo credit: Brisbane City Council

The plan is to build the sports precinct at Crosby Park, which will utilise the entirely government-owned land to create “one of the most accessible sporting facilities in the world.”

One of the highlights of the sports precinct is the new five-hectare Brisbane Indoor Sports and Para Sports Centre, which will accommodate basketball, wheelchair basketball, goalball, netball and volleyball courts, badminton facilities and a para-athlete training gym.

Breakfast Creek Sports Precinct
Photo credit: Brisbane City Council

The sports centre will support Brisbane’s sports and para-sports communities through active sport participation and community programs. For the 2032 Games, the centre will play host to Olympic basketball and Paralympic wheelchair basketball events, with a 12,000 person seating capacity.

Brisbane Indoor Sports and Para Sports Centre features include:

  • 12 state-of-the-art indoor court facilities for a range of sporting codes
  • Para-athlete training gym
  • Additional four indoor courts dedicated for para-sports activity
  • Six external 3×3 basketball courts

Brisbane 2032 Olympic Legacy

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Announcing the concept for Breakfast Creek Sports Precinct, Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner said the proposal aims to create yet another Brisbane 2032 Olympic legacy, transforming an under-utilised and tired area of our city into a thriving sports precinct that will stage local, national and international sports events all year round.

“The 29-hectare Breakfast Creek Sports Precinct presents the kind of opportunity only the world’s biggest sporting event can attract, and I can’t wait to see it transform into a green sports oasis that will be used by generations of Brisbane residents,” said Cr Schrinner.

As for public transport, Cr Schrinner confirmed that the State Government is currently checking the business case that the Council has submitted for a new gold CityGlider route that would service this area as well as several other Olympic precincts across the city.

Furthermore, it will feature an environmentally sustainable and efficient design including underground water harvesting for sport field irrigation, flood resilient design and planning, and potential energy generation.

Council’s website states that they will keep the community informed as these plans progress.