The Lord Mayor presented the concept plans of Thomas Street upgrade in Chinatown recently as part of the 2010 Chinatown Public Domain Plan which outlines ten projects for improvements to streets and public spaces in the next ten years. The Thomas Street upgrade is the second stage of the Plan.... Read more
Congratulations to Simon Chan, Chamber secretary and Art Atrium Gallery owner, after being nominated by Australian Chinese Community Association and receiving the NSW Premier's Multicultural Award for Arts and Culture award which was presented by The Hon Barry O'Farrell and Victor Dominello MP at... Read more
The Prime Minister of Australia, The Hon Julia Gillard, last week witnessed the signing of the Key Technology Partnership agreement by UTS and Sun Yat-sen University (SYSU). SYSU is located in Guangzhou and is UTS's fourth Key Technology Partner in mainland China. Read more
The southern end of the Sydney city is about to get an additional 400-plus new apartments in a tower billed as the tallest residential block in Sydney. The project will be developed by Chinese company Greenland Group, which has lodged plans for a $600 million development of 240 metre... Read more
The Chamber attended the Australian Chinese Community Association's (ACCA) annual CNY dinner, Westpac's annual CNY harbour cruise and City of Sydney's inaugrual Twilight Parade. Here are some photos of the Committee who met with ACCA guest speakers NSW Leader Barry O'Farrell and Federal Minister... Read more
Supported by the City of Sydney, has just been launched in time for Chinese New Year 2013. Based on one of our founding members, George Wing Kee's famous Chinatown Walking Tours, this Android and IPhone Application will be Australia's first ever digital cultural and historical walking tours of... Read more
The City of Sydney with Harper's Bazaar will release a special Chinese New Year edition in Chinese to launch this auspicious time. Aimed at Chinese customers have a look at the digitial version HERE Read more
In Sydney's CBD will be launched by City of Sydney on Friday 8 February so enjoy the entertainment, art exhibitions, workshops, tours and the famous Twilight Parade and more to welcome in the Year of the Water Snake! Find out more HERE Sydney's Leaders farewell 2012 and Welcome in... Read more
Lord Mayor Clover Moore has been re-elected for another 4 years and the Chamber congratulates the Lord Mayor and all elected councillors for a successful 2012 win. See photos HERE2011 Vistors Guide and Map for Haymarket/Chinatown LaunchedGo to pick up your copy of the Haymarket... Read more
This is the Haymarket Chamber of Commerce’s last event for what has been a very successful year for our networking functions. RSVP essential as numbers limited. Read more
City of Sydney are proud to celebrate our fourth consecutive year of gold sponsorship of Small Business September, run by the NSW Department of Industry and Investment and featuring over 300 events across the state, aimed at helping small business grow. The sponsorship represents our... Read more
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Chinatown Discovery Tours DATE:Wednesday 17 February 2010Friday 19 February 2010Tuesday 23 February 2010Thursday 25 February 2010 Time:11am – 1pm Starting Point:McDonalds, Entertainment Centre, Harbour Street Haymarket. Content:Discover the amazing history of Sydney’... Read more
Chinese New Year Twilight Parade Sunday 21 February 2010 - 7:45pm to 9:45pmTown Hall to Chinatown Sydney's streets will again be filled with lanterns, lights, dragons and dancers for the 2010 Chinese New Year Twilight Parade, celebrating the Year of the Tiger. This is one of Sydney’s most... Read more
Chinatown Tours to celebrate August Moon Registrations of interest are Now being taken for the Annual August Moon Chinatown Historical Tours. Planned for Saturday and Sunday (September 11-12), the walking tours will be led by popular guide and well known Chinatown identity, George... Read more
The business community in Haymarket is well represented by groups engaged in retail and personal services, tourist, cultural and leisure, professional and business services, finance and financial services, and food and drink.
Haymarket Chinatown is a great place to live in, work, trade, even visit for tourists’ behalf. Being part of such community is a delightful experience; whether you’re a resident or a tourist since Haymarket Chamber of Commerce guarantees the welfare of everyone.
Be amazed as you uncover the rich culture of Haymarket Chinatown .With number of tourist destinations that tell the community’s history, you’ll be filled with relevant facts as you visit and stroll around the place. In fact, Haymarket Chinatown welcomes 2.5 million tourists per annum to experience the diversity on offer.