Brisbane has never held the Olympics or Paralympics before ©Getty Images

An online survey organisers say will give ordinary Australians an influence on the legacy of the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games has been launched.

It asks entrants to submit any "hope or dream" relating to the multi-sport event.

Suggested topics to consider include diversity, arts and culture, jobs and the economy, public spaces, tourism, sport and First Nations people and their culture.

The survey opened this week and is scheduled to close on March 3 next year.

That is a little fewer than three weeks before a Brisbane 2032 Legacy Forum is due to open on March 22 at the Royal International Convention Centre.

"These Games belong to all of us," Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said.

"I want everyone to share the pride of hosting the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games and the golden opportunity this honour represents.

"The Hopes and Dreams online survey gives Australians everywhere their say on the legacy they want for the host nation of the Brisbane 2032 Games.

"Australia’s legacy ideas - our brightest hopes and dreams - will be road-tested at next year's Brisbane 2032 Legacy Forum."

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said the 2032
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said the 2032 "Games belong to all of us" ©Getty Images

Palaszczuk is also the state's Minister for the Olympics.

Brisbane was the first city to be awarded the Olympics under the new International Olympic Committee process whereby a Future Host Commission engages with interested parties and recommends a host, as opposed to a traditional bidding race.

One of the side effects of the change is that much of the bid documentation previously published does not exist.

Australia has held the Olympics twice before - Sydney 2000 and Melbourne 1956.

Sydney 2000 is the lone Paralympic Games on Australian soil.

Queensland, the state Brisbane is capital of, has never hosted either multi-sport event but did hold the 1982 and 2018 Commonwealth Games.