Upcoming Events

Western Australia

Perth: China National Day Celebrations

25 October 2018

Perth Town Hall, Cnr Barrack and Hay St, Perth

Australia China Business Council Western Australia (ACBC WA) and the China Chamber of Commerce Australia, Perth Branch (CCCA) in partnership with City of Perth (CoP) invite you to attend the China National Day Celebrations, on Thursday 25 October 2018 at Perth Town Hall.

Come and commemorate the 20th Anniversary of the Perth and Nanjing Sister City relationship and the 69th Anniversary of China National Day by experiencing the best of Western Australian Produce, with guest speaker Deputy Premier Hon. Roger Cook.

Enjoy delicacies made with local produce, sip on 3 Oceans wine and Gage Roads beer surrounded by displays of gifts from the City of Nanjing, including the Chai Dragon (pictured above). You can watch the story of the Chai Dragon and how it came to Perth here.
The China National Day Celebrations are an annual ACBC WA flagship event and one of the largest events on the China-Western Australia social calendar. For the past two years this event has been an opportunity to highlight WA producers. Please click here to download the invitation in Chinese.
This event attracts more than 300+ leading executives involved in Australia and Chinese trade and investment. The evening includes a selection of Western Australian delicacies, influential speakers and entertainment.
This event will sell out, so don't miss out on being part of this show stopping night!


  • DATE: Thursday October 25, 2018
  • TIME: 6:00pm - 9:30pm
  • DRESS: Cocktail Lounge Suit
  • VENUE: Main Hall, Perth Town Hall, Corner Hay St & Barrack St, Perth WA 6000 (please note the new venue this year)
  • MEMBERS TICKETS: Members please see previous emails for your discount code or email eventswa@acbc.com.au to ask for the code again.


Please note numbers are strictly limited. Should you wish to be involved as a Sponsor at this prestigious event or require further information, please contact: eventswa@acbc.com.au