Australian Organisations in Asia Directory - Hong Kong
AustCham Hong Kong & Macau
The Australian Chamber of Commerce Hong Kong and Macau initially started as a business lunch club in ‘downtown’ Hong Kong but, with incorporation in 1987, formalised its operation as the primary non-government vehicle for promoting Australian business interests by providing ongoing business development and networking opportunities.
Now the second largest of some 27 International Chambers of Commerce in Hong Kong, the Australian Chamber has just under 1350 members, who are representatives of about 500 Australian and local companies within the Hong Kong business community.
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Australian Association of Hong Kong
The charter of the Australian Association of Hong Kong has always been to provide a forum for like minded people, with an interest in Australia, to come together and to establish friendships and networks through social activities. So our goal is to encourage fellowship amongst Hong Kong based Australians and people with an interest in Australia by creating opportunities for the Australian community and their friends to get the most out of Hong Kong.
Australian Chinese Association of Hong Kong
The Australian Chinese Association of Hong Kong Ltd. (ACAHK) is a non-profit making organisation established with the mission of:
- Promoting fellowship and friendship among Australian Chinese and those with ties and relations with Australia
- Promoting Australia and the Australian way of life
- Rendering assistance to ethnic Chinese intending to migrate to Australia
Australian Consulate-General of Hong Kong
The Australian Consulate-General is the face of the Australian Government in Hong Kong and offers a wide range of diplomatic and government services to advance Australian interests in Hong Kong and Macau.
These services include promoting Australia's key foreign policy and trade objectives and managing Australia's important and dynamic relationship with the Hong Kong Government, in addition to processing visas for those wishing to visit or migrate to Australia.
The Consulate-General also provides a variety of services for Australian residents and visitors in Hong Kong and Macau, including issuing passports and providing support and assistance to Australians in need.
Australian International School of Hong Kong
To provide a world-class international school where students, through active participation, achieve their personal best and graduate as skilled, influential and responsible international citizen.
Engineer Australia, Hong Kong Chapter
Australia's largest and most diverse engineering association, Engineers Australia enhances the influence and professional standing of engineers within the community. Engineers Australia helps its 80,000 members achieve their personal and professional goals by providing benefits, facilities and services designed to meet their needs at each stage of their career.
Federation of Australian Alumni Association of Hong Kong
The Federation of Australian Alumni Associations Hong Kong (FAAA) was founded in December 1995 under the initiative of the Australian Consulate General and a number of alumni associations of Australian universities in Hong Kong. The objective of FAAA is to foster networking among fellow Australian graduates.