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Red-Fire Monkey Light Sculptures Launches in HaymarketDIXON STREETFriday 3 – Sunday 12 June 2016 Market of Lights 2016 launches in south Dixon Street on the evening of Friday 3 June illuminating the heart of Chinatown with 38 tree loving Red-fire Monkey Light Sculptures.... Read more
Haymarket businesses on board for free adviceFind out more HERE Small business owners can take advantage of free professional advice from industry experts when the Small Biz Bus pulls into Haymarket next month.Operated by the Office of the NSW Small Business Commissioner, the Small Biz Bus... Read more
Tour Chinatown to discover some of busy inner-Sydney hub’s best kept secretsHeather McNabCENtRAL George Wing Kee knows the secrets of Chinatown and is running tours delving in to its history and hidden gems. Picture: Phil RogersIT MAY be 2016, but step inside Chinese Ginseng and Herbs... Read more
Chinatown Cultural Walking Tours WATCH VIDEO HIGHLIGHT HERE George Wing Kee conducts famous personalised Chinatown walking tours throughout Haymarket. George's 2 hour guided tours feature key historical and cultural sites throughout Chinatown... Read more
Kengo Kuma’s timber hive brings sting to Darling Harbour transformationKengo Kuma’s first Australian project is set to become one of the major pieces of the $3.4 billion transformation of Sydney’s Darling Harbour.The Japanese architect announced his entry to Australia at a Lendlease launch party 14... Read more
HCC Announces Westpac as Gold Sponsor 2016For 2016 we are very pleased to announce Westpac as our Gold Sponsor this year. With a strong relationship since the beginning of the Chamber's early days, Westpac increased their support for the Chamber with each year of market and organisational... Read more
Building Sydney’s Transport Future Sydney Light Rail construction is gearing up across the Sydney CBD. Light rail will build a positive future for businesses in the community with improved access throughout George Street for shopping and dining experiences, tourists, visitors, and... Read more
HCC Launches the larger version of the successful Haymarket Live Work Play Guide 2016Click HERE to read online Read more
HCC CNY Red Fire Monkey Year 2016 Event Photo Highlights!With Lion Dancers, exotic fruit, young magicians, Chinese dancers and over 100 prizes during a 12 course banquet HCC would like to thank The Hon. Malcolm Turnbull Prime Minister of Australia and Lucy Turnbull AO, The Hon.... Read more
Winter Wonder at the HCC Next Networking Event'Lights, Camera, Action'Join HCC on Tues 22 July 2014 at our next networking event when at the Set Bar at Events Cinema, one of Sydney's leading entertainment venues.BOOK HERE Read more
Thank you to the Hon. Gladys Berejiklian, Lord Mayor Clover Moore, Independent MP Alex Greenwich, Deputy Lord Mayor Robyn Kemmis and CoS Councillor Jenny Green for being our special guests at our recent April Chamber event at East Ocean Restaurant Haymarket. From L to R: HCC... Read more
Business 101 Seminar Series 2014 Launching into 2014 the first of the Business 101 Seminar Series begins with 'Marketing in an Online World'. This year's program of seminars includes: Food Trucks and Outdoor Dining, Tech Start Ups, How to open a Small Bar and Grow your Business. All... Read more
We are very pleased to invite you and your business guests to join us at our first 2014 Chamber event on Tuesday 8 April 2014. Please see your invitation below. For the first time meet our special guests; Lord Mayor Clover Moore and the Hon. Gladys Berejiklian, NSW Minister for Transport... Read more
2014 Chinese New Year Launch at Belmore ParkThe Official City of Sydney Chinese New Year celebrations launch last Friday saw the rain wash the Year of the Snake away in preparation for the very auspicious and exciting Year of the Horse. With large crowds and a light filled night... Read more
CBD and South East Light Rail Project's Environmental Impact Statement ExhibitionThe CBD and South East Light Rail project’s Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) has been submitted to the Department of Planning and Infrastructure and is on public exhibition from 14 November until 16 December 2013.... Read more
Thanks to the many guests who attended our annual and very popular Christmas event 2013 at the great Radisson Hotel & Suites. With the wonderful generosity of our members; Bullion List, Events Cinema, Bridge Climb, and Red Bottle the night was a very enjoyable evening through our active... Read more
Thank you to all our guests and supporters with event sponsors; Bullion List, Art Atrium, 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art and Radisson Hotel & Suites for their generosity and our venue Dynasty for hosting the evening. Please see some photo highlights from the night below. ... Read more
HCC welcomed Winter 2013 with our warm Networking event and AGM at Sydney Entertainment Centre on 23 July 2013. Our newly elected Chamber Executives for 2013 were warmly welcomed by our re-elected President Brad Chan and thanks to the wonderful hospitality of the Sydney Entertainment team and... Read more
With over 100 attendees at HCC's event on Tuesday 3 April 2012, both first time attendees and our many valued members enjoyed great food and lively discussion. Event photo highlights are below: 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.