Australia At The Games

Bahamas – Commonwealth Youth Games 2017logo-bahamas

For further information see      www.bahamas2017cyg.org/


Gold Coast 2018logo-goldcoast

The Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018) will be the largest sporting event Australia will see this decade and the biggest sporting spectacular the Gold Coast has ever seen. As the first regional Australian city to ever host a Commonwealth Games, the Gold Coast will celebrate a great Games in a great city leaving great memories and great benefits for all. The city will shine on the world sporting stage and the promotional exposure for business, trade, investment, tourism and events will herald a new era in the region’s growth and maturity. The GC2018 brand embraces the three pillars of – The Place, The Event and The Sport.

On 4 April 2018, over 6,600 athletes and team officials from 70 nations and territories will converge on the Gold Coast for an 11 day sporting and cultural event.

For further information see      www.gc2018.com/

 


Past Games

1930:

I British Empire Games – Hamilton, Canada

1934:

II British Empire Games – London, England

1938:

III British Empire Games – Sydney, Australia

1950:

IV British Empire Games – Auckland, New Zealand

1954:

V British Empire and Commonwealth Games – Vancouver, Canada

1958:

VI British Empire and Commonwealth Games – Cardiff, Wales

1962:

VII British Empire and Commonwealth Games – Perth, Australia

1966:

VIII British Empire and Commonwealth Games – Kingston, Jamaica

1970:

IX British Commonwealth Games – Edinburgh, Scotland

1974:

X British Commonwealth Games – Christchurch, New Zealand

1978:

XI Commonwealth Games – Edmonton, Canada

1982:

XII Commonwealth Games – Brisbane, Australia

1986:

XIII Commonwealth Games – Edinburgh, Scotland

1990:

XIV Commonwealth Games – Auckland, New Zealand

1994:

XV Commonwealth Games – Victoria, Canada

1998:

XVI Commonwealth Games – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

2002:

XVII Commonwealth Games – Manchester, England

2006:

XVIII Commonwealth Games – Melbourne, Australia

2010:

XIX Commonwealth Games – Delhi, India

 

  2014:

  XX Commonwealth Games – Glasgow, Scotland