Australia China Friendship Society South Australia
Australia China Friendship Society website
Treasures from the Shandong Library
SA State Library
Showing until 20 January, 2019
Australia China Friendship Society South Australia
Releasing lanterns at Budhha, Dharma and Sangha during Yi Peng festival
Adelaide skyline and River Torrens, South Australia
Chinese ladies Yao in traditional dresses
Mt Lofty Ranges Vineyard, Lenswood, Adelaide Hills
Cityscape of Guiyang at night, Jiaxiu Pavilion on the Nanming River. Located in Guiyang City, Guizhou Province, China.
Jacobs Creek, Barossa Valley, South Australia
Fisherman stands on traditional bamboo boats, Li River, Xingping, China
Hand writing the Chinese alphabet on silk in gold

Welcome to the Australia China Friendship Society South Australia Branch (ACFSSA)


Promoting friendship and understanding between the people’s of Australia and China

目标 – 推广中澳人民的友谊,增进两国之间的了解。

For over 50 years the South Australian Branch has enjoyed a long and happy friendship with the People’s Republic of China and would like to invite you to meet the Chinese people and their culture. We also invite visitors from the People’s Republic of China to come and visit us in South Australia, Australia and welcome our sister state relation with  Shandong Province. We aim to have an interesting organisation that helps our members keep in touch with South Australia – Chinese friendship.

请点击此处 Chinese flag 或者右上角的标识来阅读中文版本.

Celebrating over 50 years of the ACFS in South Australia

Established 1966

10:00am – 4:00pm , 07/09/201820/01/2019 – State Library Gallery and Treasures Wall
Free Entry: From the home of Confucius comes an exhibition steeped in 3,000 years of Chinese civilisation and history. 'One mountain, one river, one sage', a well-known Shandong saying, represents the importance of nature (Mount Tai and the Yellow River)

10/01/2017 7:00 PM
The South Australia-China Friendship Society had a wonderful night at the Moon Lantern Parade as part of Oz Asia Festival.

On the 17th of July 2017, 5 Australian children went to Shanghai, China as a cultural ambassador to learn more about Chinese culture and how people in Shanghai lived attending the 13th Shanghai International Youth Interactive Friendship Camp.