Publications and Reports
We will regularly report on progress made against our legacy themes and priorities through our monitoring and evaluation framework.
We will continue to track our progress through to 2023 so we can see long after the GC2018 closing ceremony how we have achieved our vision. Universities throughout Queensland are helping us to develop and then implement this framework.
As we move forward we will continue to ask you how legacy is affecting you and your community, and how you would like to be actively engaged in developing and creating a legacy for our future.
Monitoring and Evaluation Framework
The progress of the Games legacy benefits are being tracked both now and into the future.
For more information about the Games legacy benefits program, download the Legacy Program Evaluation and Monitoring Framework Report (PDF, 1.2MB) or the one-page implementation map (PDF, 807KB).
Economic impacts of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games
This report, produced by Griffith University, estimates the economic impacts of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games. Parts of the report have been redacted due to some of the information being commercially sensitive and/or subject to commercial in confidence provisions.
Snapshot Report - Embracing 2018 Legacy Program
This report highlights the substantial work which has been undertaken to date by Games Partners to maximise legacy benefits for the Gold Coast and Queensland from hosting the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Ahead of the Games
The Queensland Government is on track and on budget to deliver a great games in a great city, leaving great benefits for all.
The Ahead of the Games public progress report contains detailed information on Embracing 2018 legacy initiatives, up-to-date financial figures and a comprehensive venues update.
You can read the report to find out about the exciting arts and cultural program vision and opportunities for Queensland businesses.
The current editon of the report is also available in an interactive format.