31 May 2018
28 May 2018
22 March 2018
Please join us and celebrate the birthday of King Willem-Alexander!
When:Thursday April 26th, 2018
Where Sydney Masonic Centre (entrance Castlereagh Street)
Time: from 6pm until 9.30pm
Don't forget to wear your most beautiful orange outfit!
There will be Dutch delicacies (including bitterballen), healthy snacks, a DJ - and your ticket includes a welcome drink!
23 January 2018
taking up with modernism
THE AKKY VAN OGTROP COLLECTIONOpening: Sunday 4 February 2-4pmExhibition: 4-25 February 2018
8 January 2018
Would you like to share your Dutch Immigrant Experiences and help Dr Klaas Woldring (PhD) and Dr José van den Akker (PhD) to better understand some of the migration experiences of Dutch migrants to Australia. This survey will only take 5 to 10 minutes of your time.
Please click on the blue link below for the survey:
13 December 2017
Another Dutch tradition will be celebrated in Sydney: De Nieuwjaarsduik! Every year, hundreds of Dutch celebrate the new year by diving into the ocean at 10am. That is, the Dutch ocean. Sydneysiders are luckier in this case: The Sydney New Year's Dive will start the first of January at 15:45/4pm at Bondi Beach. There will be a big countdown after which all attendees run into the water at 16:00/4pm.
28 November 2017
The French-Australian Chamber of Commerce & Industry (FACCI) is inviting Dutchlink members to come and play golf at their annual Golf Day on Friday 8 December. This day is the perfect opportunity to connect outside the office in a relaxed, informal environment and enjoy a great day out at St Michael's Golf Club in Little Bay.
27 November 2017
Sinterklaas is a beloved character – based on Sint Nikolaas, the Bishop of Myra in Turkey and patron saint of children – who brings gifts to Dutch children each year in December on Saint Nicholas Day.
3 November 2017
22 October 201716 November || Cleveringa lecture: Smart Urban Solutions for the City of the Future by Prof. Rob Roggema (UTS)
During this year’s Cleveringa lecture, Dutch professor Rob Roggema (UTS) will present on Sydney’s Third City and the propositions for the future of urban life. With an abundance of international examples of designing a city that is climate proof, incorporates sustainable energy usage and features urban agriculture, Roggema will take guests on a journey through the ‘city of tomorrow’. After all, a smart future is only possible if people live in sustainable, climate resilient and convenient cities.