The Charge Up Challenge Program. Apply Today!

The Charge Up Challenge Program. Apply Today!

We are writing to remind everyone of this wonderful program called The Charge Up Challenge Program. Funded by the City of Sydney, the Charge Up Challenge is a 10-week program designed to charge up your business through…

President’s Message in our HCC Feb-March 2022 Newsletter

Today, our thoughts are with the many thousands of people in New South Wales and Queensland whose lives have been dramatically affected by the heavy rains and devastating floods in the last 2 weeks.

Clarification of Recent Media Reports and Statements

The Haymarket Chamber of Commerce wishes to correct certain misperceptions and incorrect statements made recently by others about the Chamber’s involvement in the City of Sydney’s 2022 Lunar Festival program.

Happy Lunar New Year

The Haymarket Chamber of Commerce wishes all our members and friends good health, prosperity and success in the Year of the Tiger. Kong Hei Fatt Choi! Gong Xi Fa Cai!

President’s End-of-Year Message

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

HCC 2021 Annual General Meeting

The Chamber held its Annual General Meeting on Tuesday 14 December 2021 at The Eight Restaurant, Haymarket, followed by dinner with members and guests. Our newly elected Executive Committee team for the 2021-2022 year comprises…

Chinatown End of Year Celebration

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.

Chinatown Public Domain plan

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.

George St South Pedestrianisation project

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.