Partner organisations

Members of the following community organisations are on the board or are members of the Australian Asian Association of Bennelong.

Eastwood Chinese Senior Citizens Club

The Eastwood Chinese Senior Citizens Club, based at the St Philips Anglican Church Hall (Cnr Shaftsbury Rd & Rutledge St Eastwood NSW 2122) is a non-profit association established since 18 September 1991. The Club organises a large range of recreational, cultural, educational and welfare activities for the benefit of its members. The Eastwood Chinese Senior Citizens Club has over 900 members.

Website: http://www.ecscc.blogspot.com/

Feng-Hua Chinese School

Established in 1998 and sponsored by NSW Education Department’s Community School Language Education Program, Feng-Hua Chinese School teaches Mandarin at Eastwood Public School and Epping Boys High School each Saturday.

Website: http://www.fenghua.com.au/

Meadowbank Chinese Neighbourhood Centre Inc.

Established in September 2007, the Meadowbank Chinese Neighbourhood Centre (MCNC) aims to help new immigrant Chinese families settle into the Meadowbank community. MCNC has been recognised by Ryde Council via the 2008 Volunteer Recognition Awards and the 2008 Ryde Community Grant.

Sydney Korean Women’s Association

The Sydney Korean Women’s Association (SKWA) is a non-profit organisation based at St Anthony’s Church Hall (cnr of Balaclava and Agincourt Road, Marsfield 2122). The SKWA aims to promote a better understanding of the Australian society and provides settlement services to the Korean community. The SKWA organises the annual Korean Women’s Day in order to promote cultural harmony and understanding. The Sydney Korean Women’s Association has over 700 members.

Contact: ko_wo_asso@hotmail.com

Eastwood Chamber of Commerce

Eastwood Chamber of Commerce is the official voice of local businesses in Eastwood. The Chamber is focussed on identifying not only current issues but future needs of business. The stronger the Chamber grows the greater our voice to lobby local government on issues that impact on business. A strong Chamber and a healthy business sector translates to a healthy community in which to work and live.

Contact: info@eastwoodchamber.com.au