Chung Wah Society, Northern Territory Australia
Welcome to the Chung Wah Society, a social and sporting club for Darwin’s burgeoning Chinese population.
Our aims are to promote harmony and goodwill between Chinese residents in the NT and people of other nationalities; promote the general, cultural education, social interests and welfare of its members; and provide and maintain the Chinese Temple as a place of worship.
Please provide your feedback on the recent Chinese New Year Festival, and your thoughts on how we can improve for the 2020 Festival.
Printed forms are available in the Museum. Forms can be returned to the Museum or via email at [email protected]
All feedback by museum closing time of 2pm Sunday 7th April
We welcome visitors to explore our culture and history
at the Chinese temple and museum
What We Do
From our Guest Book
Fascinating history & wonderful displays. Friendly and informative staff
Bruce & Betty Jay , Kingaroy, Queensland Aug 2017
Beautifully setup and beautiful exhibits. Wishing to see more and visit China.
Sophie Bony , France Jul 2017
Great collection which deserves more time than I have!
Harry Seager , Callington, South Australia Jul 2017
A total surprise, wonderful find in Darwin
David & Lyn Kong , Armidale, New South Wales Jun 2017
Interesting display, especially the Family Trees
Colin Nicholson , Annandale, New South Wales Jun 2017
It is a must visit place for all visitors
Kevin He , Darwin May 2017
Very interesting and informative. Thank you
Glenda & Peter Wingham , Inveruie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland May 2017
Fascinating to read more about the history of the Chinese population in the NT1
Jonny Spoor , Coburg, Victoria Apr 2017
This has been such an interesting visit. The museum has been so well researched and constructed. Thankyou so much for this very personal insight into your community.
Lynda Brown , Hawkhills, Leeds, England Mar 2017
Beautiful museum, nicest museum we have seen
Kaye & John Skinner , Quinns Rock, Western Australia Mar 2017