What is Commonwealth House?

Accompanying the exciting program of sport during the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018) 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 welcome leaders from across the world from 25 March to 15 April 2018.

Located on the beachfront at Broadbeach, Commonwealth House will be a place to inspire media, business and trade partners with a uniquely Gold Coast ‘toes in the sand’ experience.
Key features include:

  • a joint facility with the Gold Coast Media Centre; creating direct links to visiting international media;
  • a beautiful setting by day and night – ocean views, city lights and Festival 2018 events;
  • close to transport links, accommodation and variety of dining options;
  • main press centre located within five minutes’ walk;
  • walking proximity to key competition venues including basketball, netball and lawn bowls;
  • dedicated spaces to host high profile events and functions, both indoor and outdoor;
  • purpose built media facilities for live feed to interstate and international press;
  • relaxed spaces for one on one meetings and outdoor work spaces.

Commonwealth House, a temporary venue overlooking the ocean, will host a series of targeted events designed to inspire business and trade partners and promote bilateral trade and investment opportunities across the Commonwealth.


The Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games will run from April 4 – 15, 2018. Commonwealth House will open from March 25 to April 15, 2018. Featured programming will occur between April 2 and 6, 2018.

Register Your Interest

If you are interested in attending Commonwealth House, please register your interest via the link below.


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