For Brisbane Locals
The G20 Leaders Summit in 2014 will be held on 15 and 16 November in Brisbane, Queensland. This will be the most significant meeting of world leaders Australia has hosted. The principal meeting venue will be the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre in South Bank.
The G20 Taskforce is working closely with the Queensland Police Service and Brisbane City Council to keep local residents, communities and businesses informed of the impacts the G20 events may have on them. Members of the G20 Taskforce, Queensland Government and the Queensland Police Service have been meeting regularly with businesses and community representatives in the Brisbane CBD and South Bank area. A series of Community Information Forums have also been held in Brisbane in the lead up to the Leaders’ Summit. Please visit our Brisbane Frequently Asked Questions for more detailed community information.
For most people in Brisbane it will be business as usual over the G20 Leaders’ Summit long weekend. However people living, working or travelling across the Brisbane CBD and South Brisbane can expect significant changes to the operation of Brisbane’s traffic and transport network. For more information regarding transport and traffic changes, visit the Traffic and Transport page.
For more community information regarding policing, public transport and local updates please visit:
The Queensland Government is planning a G20 Cultural Celebrations program of arts events that will reflect Brisbane’s role as the host of the G20 Leaders' Summit. Running from 24 October to 16 November 2014, the program will include cultural events, visually stunning lighting displays and many other activities Brisbane residents and visitors can participate in. For more information visit the G20 Cultural Celebrations website.