For more than 25 years, Treasury Brisbane has forged a number of key partnerships supporting a range of organisations, events and programs that make a difference to the wider community. The Star is proud to continue that legacy as the owner of Treasury Brisbane and lead consortium partner for the transformational Queen’s Wharf Brisbane development.
The Star joined forces with one of the city’s most iconic sporting teams to celebrate an exciting new era for Brisbane city, announcing a new five-year partnership with the Brisbane Broncos in late 2022. The long-term partnership will see The Star back the Brisbane Broncos as a Premier Partner of the Broncos NRL team, as well as an Official Partner of the club’s NRLW team.
The Star is passionate about supporting the artistic and cultural heartbeat of Brisbane. That’s why our partnership with Brisbane Festival is so important – working with Brisbane’s biggest cultural event to help position our city as a global player and connect us locally.
The Star values the opportunity to work with Brisbane Festival on a range of activations throughout the annual month-long celebration, including the 2022 Art Boat – a celestial floating art experience which featured a stunning installation by internationally renowned visual artist Lindy Lee, and a festival first in 2023 as 400 drones take to the sky to light up a 65,000 year old story in the Nieergoo: Spirit of the Whale drone show.
Brisbane Fashion Festival
The Star is a proud Platinum sponsor of the Brisbane Fashion Festival and thrilled to host the Opening Group Show that kicks off the Fashion Festival and sets the excitement for the week. The Star Brisbane Fashion Show features a line-up of leading Queensland and Australian designers. The Star also celebrates the wrap up of the Brisbane Fashion Festival with the official Close and After Party at Treasury Brisbane.
Brisbane Racing Club
Treasury Brisbane has been a proud partner of the Brisbane Racing Club for more than 15 years. This year the partnership continues stronger than ever with The Star as naming rights sponsor for both the $3Million The Star Stradbroke Day and The Star Stradbroke Season, as well as official entertainment partner of The Star Gateway Raceday the feature race of the Summer Carnival.
The Star and Treasury Brisbane areis incredibly proud to have GIVIT as our National Community Partner. We work with GIVIT on a number of initiatives, including natural disaster relief efforts and directly supporting some of their 3,800 partner organisations. GIVIT are the disaster relief and charity partner of choice for a number of State Governments across Australia and given the amazing work they do for so many individuals and organisations they are an obvious choice to be our National Community Partner. For more information on GIVIT please visit www.givit.org.au
Brisbane Portrait Prize
The Star also partners with one of Queensland’s newest and most prestigious art prizes, the Brisbane Portrait Prize. As the Presenting Partner of the Prize, we are directly investing in showcasing some of the most talented artists in Brisbane and beyond, as well as playing an integral role in an art prize that is quintessentially Brisbane.
The Star Community Grants
The support of local community groups and charities plays an important role in building positive relationships between The Star and the places we call home. The Star Community Grants Program provides support to projects and initiatives that have a positive and lasting impact on our city. It provides a mechanism to fund capital projects, events and activities to ensure a range of community groups, charities and not-for-profit organisations can be supported.
Gambling Community Benefit Fund
In addition to Treasury’s ongoing community partnerships, parent company The Star Entertainment Group continues to contribute to the Queensland Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation Community Benefit Funds Unit. More than $100 million has been contributed to the Gambling Community Benefit Fund (previously the Jupiters Casino Community Benefit Fund) since 1987 for grants to community groups across Southern Queensland.