Brisbane 2032 is the centrepiece for Queensland's Communities 2032 strategy ©Getty Images

Queensland's Department of Communities, Housing and Digital Economy is aiming to capitalise on the spotlight from hosting the Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games to portray the state as a desirable place to live and work.

The Games are seen as the culmination of Queensland's Communities 2032 strategy which was released at the weekend and aims to improve the lives of the state's residents.

The decade leading up to Brisbane 2032 has been described as a "once-in-a-lifetime opportunity" by Queensland Premier and Minister for the Olympic and Paralympic Games Annastacia Palaszczuk.

It is hoped that the 10-year project can help to transform local communities and offer hope for what the state can achieve.

"We want Queensland’s communities to support and empower every person to connect, participate, contribute, and thrive," said Queensland Parliament's Minister for Communities and Housing, Digital Economy and the Arts Leeanne Enoch.

"We intend to leverage the opportunity of the Games to the benefit of all Queenslanders."

Communities 2032 is said to be an inclusive and positive vision for Queensland and provides a framework to disrupt disadvantage.

It is the Government's roadmap for building communities that people want to live in and that future generations can enjoy, with Brisbane 2032 seen as the opportunity to show the world.

"It's time to afford every individual the opportunity to thrive and fully participate in the life of our state and contribute to our common wellbeing and economic prosperity," read a Queensland Government statement.

"We know that the next decade is a significant opportunity to accelerate change.

"We've heard clearly that some Queenslanders are struggling to find community.

"While many are connected and thriving, others feel isolated and lonely, lacking the critical connections and support they need.

"Communities 2032 harnesses our combined efforts to address the causes and impacts of social isolation and loneliness, and will drive concrete actions that build and support communities."

As part of the initiative, the Communities Innovation Fund has been launched.

It allows eligible organisations to apply for up to AUD50,000 (£27,900/$33,650/€31,700) to lead activities or projects as well as multi-year grants of up to AUD200,000 (£111,750/$134,650/€126,800).