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

Feedback Form

We welcome visitors to explore our culture and history
at the Chinese temple and museum


The Museum aims to encourage greater awareness and understanding of the history of the Chinese in the Territory. It is open to the public and other institutions


The religion practiced at the Temple is a combination of Buddhism,Taoism and Confucianism

What We Do

Jade Dragons Dance Troupe

The Jade Dragons is dedicated to teaching a new genera2on of girls the beauty and art of tradi2onal and modern Chinese cultural dancing.

Seniors Group

The Chung Wah Society Seniors Group meets throughout the year for a wide range of activities.

Lion Dance Troupe

The Dragon and Lion Dance Troupe is made up of dedicated and energetic individuals who have learnt and preserved this traditional art.

From our Guest Book

The Chung Wah Society Inc. greatly appreciates the assistance we receive from all our sponsors

Latest News

Chinese New Year Festival 2019

FESTIVAL – Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th February 2019 from 10am to 4pm, free entry The Chung Wah Society of the NT (CWS) is ..

Nathan Tam being conferred Life Membership to CWS

As part of the AGM every year, the CWS invites members to nominate any members who should be considered for Life Membership. This is ..

Bill Wong Meritorious Service Award 2017

Every year, the CWS recognises the good deeds of a Member in the community who has promoted the objectives of the Society. This recognition ..


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