2018 Commonwealth Games, Gold Coast.

Launch 4 April 2013

You are invited to attend the historic unveiling of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games emblem during a fun-filled, early morning community event at Surfers Paradise Beach on Thursday, 4 April 2013.


The emblem launch will be held exactly five years out from the Opening Ceremony in 2018, and you’re welcome to come along, show your pride and be part of the city’s history.


Set against the Gold Coast’s stunning, iconic backdrop, the launch will take place on Surfers Paradise Beach from 7.00am, with the 30-minute emblem unveiling ceremony and celebration commencing at 7.15am.


The emblem will symbolise to Australia and the world, the Gold Coast’s distinct character and unique attributes, while highlighting the Commonwealth Games as one of the world’s great international sports events.


The emblem will inspire athletes throughout Queensland, and across Australia, to win selection for a “home” Games and achieve the ultimate dream of winning a gold medal.


The Commonwealth Games emblem represents another important and exciting step towards the Gold Coast staging a great Games in a great city, leaving great memories and great benefits for all.


Apart from showcasing sport at its best and revealing new heroes, the Commonwealth Games will provide significant economic benefits, business and employment opportunities for the Gold Coast, and leave outstanding and enduring legacies.


Keep an eye and ear on local media for more details about the morning celebrations


Download the official invite flier here


The Belmont Rifle Range will be the home of Clay Target, Full Bore, Pistol and Small Bore shooting events at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.


The official Commonwealth Games website is gc2018.com

2018 Commonwealth Games, Gold Coast. Australia.