Incoming sponsorship

The City of Gold Coast has an Incoming Sponsorship Policy. This policy is to enhance the provision of community services and facilities by raising additional funding which may be used to supplement assets, program delivery, increase exposure to or cover operational costs.

The Incoming Sponsorship Policy and procedure is in place to provide a centralised, ethical and coordinated approach to seeking, acquiring and managing incoming sponsorships and partnerships. It relates to all Council run and managed assets, programs, venues and events where Council directly receives monetary or in-kind support from a sponsor/partner.

Current opportunities

Stay tuned for more opportunities soon. 

Past opportunities

  • 2023 Gold Coast Australian of the Year: my GC
  • 2023 Australia Day Celebrations: Triple M – Southern Cross Austereo
  • 2023 Lunar New Year: Hot Tomato
  • Mayor's Christmas Carols Presenting Partner 2022–2023: Village Roadshow Theme Parks
  • Mayor's Christmas Carols Broadcast Partner 2022–2023: Seven Network
  • Mayor's Christmas Carols Radio Partner 2022–2023: Hot Tomato
  • Surfers Paradise Carols Radio Partner 2022: Sea FM 90.9
  • Gold Coast Business Week 2022 – Digital Media Partnership: Business News Australia
  • Green & Gold Runway – Brisbane 2032, 10 Years to Go: Opportunity withdrawn
  • Active & Healthy Presenting Partner 2022–2023: Opportunity withdrawn
  • Active & Healthy Radio Media Partner 2022: Triple M – Southern Cross Austereo
  • SeaFire Media Partner 2022: Sea FM 90.9 – Southern Cross Austereo
  • Monster Machinery Day Media Partner 2022: 102.9 Hot Tomato

Contact us

For enquiries please email sponsorship@goldcoast.qld.gov.au. Alternatively you may phone 07 5581 6860.

The approval of Council's incoming sponsorship agreements is based on value-for-money, open and effective competition, the development of competitive local business and industry, environmental protection, ethical behaviour and fair dealing and transparent decision-making, in accordance with Local Government Act 2009, section 104.