Celebrate the 2018 Lunar New Year in style! Celebrity Chef Chong Liew is designing the menu and it going to be night of fun with Pulse Band in attendance. http://pulseband.com.au/ join us at our 2018 CHINATOWN LUNAR NEW YEAR GALA DINNER at the Intercontinental Adelaide Hotel, North Tce SA on Friday, 9th Feb 2018. For tickets and information please contact George Chin: 0416 026 074 / [email protected]
WATCH: Chinatown Adelaide traders and visitors say one of Adelaide’s most popular destinations is showing the signs of years of neglect.
The exciting Chinatown Adelaide Lunar New Year Street Party is happening soon! Come to Chinatown and Gouger St on Saturday, 17th February 2018 and join in for a fun filled day from 12.00 noon till 10.00pm. There will be lots of live performances on the stage (12.00noon to 4.30pm; 6.00pm to 10.00pm), kids entertainments, foods and drinks stalls which include many wineries participating for the first time in the event. If you love Lion Dance, this is one show you shouldn’t miss. See you there and let’s welcome the Year of the Dog with a Bang!! Contact these friendly people below if you are interested to participate in the celebration: Jacky Yang 0425 251 113……..Stallholder Application George Chin 0416 026 074……..Prosperity Gala Dinner
The Andamooka Observatory is a family owned eco-tourist business and independent, off-grid bookshop with nocturnal tours and special events. 195 Church Court, Andamooka, 5722, South Australia Follow their FB page for coming tours, activities and special events: www.facebook.com/andamookaobservatory/ or call 0428 178 027
If elected in March 2018, a Marshall Liberal Government will support the major redevelopment of Chinatown by providing $500,000 for a permanent cover for Moonta Street. The Opportunity Adelaide’s Chinatown has been an important feature of the city since the 1970s, following an inﬂux of Asian migrants and the growth of Asian food shops and cafes in the area. It is now centred on Moonta Street, which features pagoda style roofs, red lanterns, restaurants and grocery stores. This Chinatown plaza is being redeveloped and the adjacent Adelaide Central Market is positioned for a major upgrade after it returns to the control of the Adelaide City Council in 2018. The plans for Chinatown and the complimentary upgrade of the Central Market offer a great opportunity to cement South Australia’s tourism, trade and cultural ties with China. South Australia’s Chinese community is 50,000 people strong and is a very important part of