2021 has been a difficult and challenging year for many of us and for businesses in Haymarket in particular. For many months during the year, the Sydney metropolitan area was under lock-down restrictions and just when they were gradually being lifted, the Omicron virus became a new threat. This has had an adverse, and in… Continue reading President’s End-of-Year Message
The Chamber is pleased to host an End of Year Celebration event onSunday 19 December from noon-2.30pm at Dixon Street Mall outside of Harbour Plaza. There will be street performers as part of the event, which is aimed at reinvigorating Chinatown and the surrounding Haymarket area.
The City of Sydney recently met to discuss its Chinatown Public Domain Plan, which details the city’s investment in the area since 2010. While there has been investment in the area in the past decade, HCC wishes to see more urgent action by council for more investment in the streetscape so it benefits businesses, residents and the community.
The City of Sydney is extending the pedestrian boulevard of George Street, Sydney from Bathurst Street to Railway Square. The council says George treet south, pedestrianised from Bathurst Street to Rawson Place, will create 9,000m2 of additional car-free space in the city centre.
With the second COVID-19 lockdown to hit Sydney since the start of the pandemic from 26 June to 10 July, Haymarket businesses have been hit harder than most. The Chamber would like to call on its members and their friends to support the local business community,…
With international travel off the cards for the foreseeable future, one Chinatown Markets food stall has been drawing huge crowds that are eager to take a trip to Japan.
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Sydney’s Chinatown is a Reflection of Australia’s MulticulturalismSince the ceremonial entrance arches were installed in 1980, Chinatown has undergone significant redevelopment.Mention “Chinatown” and many people imagine a closed ethnic enclave – a place to immerse oneself in an exotic