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Chinatown Public Domain Plan under review with major urban developements surrounding HaymarketSource HEREChinatown will become more pedestrian-friendly under the new plans.A MOVE to connect Haymarket to Darling Harbour is currently being examined as the City of Sydney revisits its Chinatown... Read more
Monday 31 August 2015 07.57 AESTLast modified on Monday 31 August 201515.17 AESTShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare via EmailShare on PinterestShare on LinkedInShare on Google+Shares760Comments65 Save for laterArticle source: The GuardianOn Sunday, Sydney locals walked a key... Read more
ASIA PANEL EVENT 2015INVITATION HAYMARKET PROPERTY: DESIGN, PLANNING & FUTURE LIVING Join us at out annual Asian Panel event with an expert panel of speakers sharing their insights and foresight to discuss one of Australia's leading destinations for investment, tourism and... Read more
CBD and South East Light Rail Update 21 August 2015 In preparation for the new CBD and South East Light Rail, early works on roadways will be continuing to take place by both the project’s Managing Contractor (Laing O’Rourke) and PPP Contractor (ALTRAC Light Rail). The upcoming works and... Read more
Light rail construction ends the city’s annual Chinese New Year Twilight Parade The spectacular sights and sounds of the Chinese New Year Twilight Parade are no more.SYDNEY’S beloved Chinese New Year Twilight Parade has been axed from the city’s event calendar due to... Read more
Top 7 Greatest Chinatown in the WorldHere’s a list of the greatest Chinatown in the world from interestingfacts.com. Chinatown are present throughout the world, including those in East Asia, Southeast Asia, the Americas, Australasia, and Europe. While some Chinatown are focused on commercial... Read more
Chinese New Year 2016 ART Focus The City of Sydney has appointed a specialist curator for its Chinese New Year Festival for the first time in the festival’s 20-year history as well as a new advisory panel to strengthen relations between the City and Asian communities. Read more
Our Winter Networking and Annual General Meeting brought together a warm group of business members and friends during a very cold week of winter. Thank you to our many members, supporters and to CBA with our event sponsors for joining us at our HCC's recent AGM and Winter Networking event... Read more
Welcome to the new HCC Executive Team 2015/16From L to R: front row: Richard Hughes, Peter Bannister, Simon Chan, Jessie Xiao, George Wing Kee, Karen Soo, Stephen Wan, Eva Wong, Anthony Keirann, Linda Mc Creath, Vaughn de Vocht, Peter Wong, Ryan Tian with Brad Chan and Jonothan Wong... Read more
Is this Sydney's greatest food court?BY LUCY JONES 26th June 2015Article courtesy of Broadsheet.comAs you pass Mamak and round the corner into Dixon Street, a red and yellow sign comes into view. In mustard block letters it shouts: E-A-T-I-N-G W-O-R-L-D.There, through a set of... Read more
Join the Haymarket Chamber of Commerce in the 2011 Chinese New Year Twilight Parade Sunday 6th February 2010 from 6.30pm onwards.Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest. ... Read more
On 24th March 2011, the George Wing-Kee, from the Haymarket Chamber of Commerce, led a contingent of teachers studying Asian Studies at ANU Camberra through a historical walking tour of Chinatown to discover Chinatown's hidden past and to learn more about the people and cultures that shaped one of... 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.