About China Cultural Centre in Sydney

signage-entrance-400The China Cultural Centre in Sydney

Being the first China Cultural Centre in the Oceania region and as a registered non-profit organisation in Australia, China Cultural Centre in Sydney is dedicated to promote awareness of and appreciation for Chinese culture and art through cultural events and activities. Thanks to its close partnership with both the private and public sectors, the Centre offers programs that aim to enhance the existing friendship, to encourage dialogue and foster mutual understanding between China and Australia.

With an interior area of approximately 1,000 square metres, China Cultural Centre in Sydney has been designed and renovated as an exquisite space with both modern features and traditional elements. The Centre houses an art gallery, a multi-purpose hall, a library and classrooms. The range of services includes cultural events, training programs and information services.

China Cultural Centre in Sydney is located at Level 1, 151 Castlereagh Street, Sydney. Covering an area of 140 square metres its exhibition hall can be used for painting and calligraphy sessions, photography exhibitions and similar events.

The multi-purpose hall covers an area of 150 square metres. It can host events such as small sized performances, seminars, press conferences and film screenings.

The training area comprises three classrooms which are dedicated for teaching of calligraphy, painting, music, dance and the Chinese martial art.

The library covers an area of 100 square metres. Besides a collection of 10,000 books, there is a computer suite for visitors wishing to do digital research. Additionally, there is a tea art section which can be utilised for tea art training classes and displays.