Newcastle China Week

Saturday, 17 September 2016 — Sunday, 25 September 2016



Newcastle China Week will return for the third year running from Saturday 17th – Sunday 25th September to celebrate elements of traditional and contemporary Chinese culture. From delectable Chinese cuisine to trade talks, popular films both on the big screen and outdoors, and a bustling pop-up Chinatown in Hamilton, Newcastle China Week will delight, inspire and entertain over 30,000 locals and visitors with its program of events in 2016.

To purchase tickets or know more information, please visit www.newcastlechinaweek.com.au


Noodle Night Market and Outdoor Cinema

5pm - 10pm Saturday 17 September | Gregson Park, Hamilton | Free event

Newcastle China Week will be launched at twilight on Saturday 17th September with an array of Chinese and Asian-influenced food trucks, festivities and an outdoor cinema for the whole family to enjoy in the sprawling greens of Gregson Park, Hamilton.


Chinese Film Festival

6pm nightly, Thursday 22 - Saturday 24 September | Tower Cinemas Newcastle | $10 per ticket

Think Chinese cinema is all kung fu and dynasty drama? Think again! This showcase of three contemporary films from the burgeoning Chinese international cinema will give you a new perspective on modern-day life in China. With drama, comedy and action you’ll get front-row seats to the most culturally exciting flicks. Each film is here for one night only, so don’t miss out!


Chinese Business Forum

8am - 1pm Thursday 22 September | Newcastle Exhibition and Convention Centre | Tickets from $55

Get to know the growing business connections and opportunities between China and The Hunter Region from a panel of local and national industry specialists who will provide exclusive insights, tips, case studies and knowledge on doing business with China.


Pop-Up Chinatown Street Festival

10am – 3pm Sunday 25 September | Beaumont Street, Hamilton | Free Event

The Newcastle China Week celebrations will conclude with a colourful and vibrant street festival on Beaumont Street with a mix of traditional and contemporary performances, food stalls and interactive cultural activities.

To purchase tickets or know more information, please visit www.newcastlechinaweek.com.au