Welcome to Commonwealth House

In April 2018, the Gold Coast will host one of the largest multi-sport events in the world – the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018). Accompanying the exciting program of sport is Commonwealth House, an exclusive business space where business leaders from across the world will come together to discover trade and investment opportunities across the Commonwealth. Commonwealth House will officially open from 25 March to 15 April 2018, with featured programming to take place between the 2 and 6 April 2018.

The opportunity

Opportunities exist for senior decision making executives across a range of Queensland and Gold Coast industry sectors including - health and knowledge, education and training, business of sport, and food and agribusiness.

Health and knowledge

Health and knowledge

Queensland is emerging as the gateway to the Asia Pacific region with the development of a dedicated health and knowledge precinct on the Gold Coast...

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Education and training

Education and training

The international education sector offers a diversity of education experiences in major cities and regional towns across Queensland and the Gold Coast.

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Business of Sport

Business of Sport

In the lead up to the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018), Queensland and the Gold Coast have developed enviable expertise in delivering major sporting events.

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Food and agribusiness

Food and agribusiness

Queensland’s thriving food and agribusiness industry grows one-third of Australia’s primary produce, is the second most important export commodity earner...

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