The G20 Leaders' Summit in 2014 will be held on 15 and 16 November in Brisbane, Queensland. The principal meeting venue will be the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, and as many as 4,000 delegates and 3,000 media representatives are expected to attend.
The Leaders' Summit is the most important event in the G20 year. The summit provides a valuable opportunity for leaders to discuss a wide range of global economic issues and to use their collective power to improve people’s lives. The summit is informed by the policy discussions held throughout the year. At the end of the summit, leaders release a communiqué which outlines the G20 policy discussions and commitments.
Friday 14 November 2014 will be a public holiday for people who work in the Brisbane local government area. The G20 summit will put the city and its businesses at the centre of world events, providing important opportunities to promote tourism, build international networks and highlight the best of what Brisbane has to offer.
There is no official G20 publication for the Brisbane Summit. This website is the primary source of official information about the G20. Resources from official G20 meetings are available from this website's library.