Australia Day
26 Jan 2021

Due to COVID-19, Australia Day 2021 will be celebrated differently. This year, there will be no parade but instead a number of smaller events will take place at various locations in the city. Further news and information can be found on the Australia Day Council of SA’s website and Facebook page.

The Vietnamese Community in Australia / SA Chapter (VCA/SA) will participate in cooking presentation at Central Market, the Cultural và Modern Dance team from the Vietnamese Community School will show case their moves in Rundle Mall while a dance group will represent VCA/SA in a variety show at the Entertainment Centre.

VCA/SA has received funding from the National Australia Day Council to join the celebration of Australia Day, and will use it for two purposes:

1. Deliver free meals our emergency services personnel in SA to show our gratitude for their sacrifice in protecting us from disasters such as flood, bush fire and COVID-19. This is also to show our appreciation of Australia’s help and acceptance of Vietnamese refugees over the last 40 years.

2. Host a community event to celebrate Australia Day with free sausage sizzles, potatoes on a stick and bubble teas! There will also be live music, face painting and mini games for children to play with fun prizes to win.

Date/time: 1 pm – 4 pm, Tuesday 26 January 2021
Location: Vietnamese Community Centre
62 Athol St, Athol Park SA 5012

Due to COVID-19 restrictions on the number of participants, there will be two sessions. Each session can only accommodate 200 participants. Registration is open until Saturday 24 January 2021 and is available at the following link:

To obtain updated information, please visit our website or Facebook page, or contact Miss Phung Ho via 0423 444 043 or

Public Meeting
7 Jan 2021


The Management Committee (MC) of the Vietnamese Community in Australia / SA warmly invites you to our quarterly Public Meeting to be held at:

  • Time:        12:30pm to 2:30pm Sunday, 7/1/2021
  • Location:  Vietnamese Community Centre
                      62 Athol St, Athol Park

In this meeting, you can find out more about the services that have been or will be provided by Community Access and Services SA (CASSA), details about online learning from the Vietnamese Community School in SA (VCSSA), and the experience gained from organising the Adelaide Tet Festival over the last three years as well as the proposed changes to the personnel in the new organising committee. This is also an opportunity for you to provide feedback as well as a Questions & Answers (Q&A) session.

Please note that, in accordance with the SA Government’s official directives on COVID-19, please check in using the QR code displayed on the doors.

We would love to see you as this is a proper environment to collaborate to make our community stable and strong. However, if you cannot attend, all queries can be sent to the MC via postal mail at the above address or email to

Very respectful

Management Committee