About AustCham


The China-Australia Chamber of Commerce in Beijing (AustCham Beijing) was established in 1996 and has as its goal the advancement of the broader Australia-China business relationship through the effective representation of its 400 members. We achieve this through building connections between our members and broader stakeholders in Australia and China, delivery of effective advocacy programs and provision of information and insights through our business events and online platform.

Core to our ability to deliver on our mission are our member-led industry forums. All of our events have a strong industry focus. We release White Papers and industry specific position papers throughout the year, an important medium for communicating member priorities. The Chamber regularly engages with government and other key stakeholders on issues of concern to members, and actively contributes to the public debate.

Importantly, AustCham China runs unique programs for students of Australian universities and recent graduates which provide opportunities for work experience, mentoring and cultural training.   Our members believe in the importance of investing in our future business leaders, and this is a Chamber priority.

AustCham China works closely with its sister Chambers in Shanghai and Hong Kong, under the AustCham Greater China banner. 

Vision, Mission & Values Statements


To lead Australian business growth in China.


To promote Australian business and AustCham member interests in China through being an effective source of information, connections and representation.


To exceed the expectations of Members by adopting an innovative, value-for-money approach to delivering issues-driven activities focused on business problem solving in China.



1. Information Source

To be a recognised facilitator of valuable business networking opportunities by providing high quality, practical information and referrals on how to do business in China.

2. Representation and Promotion

To create a robust, influential and positive Australian Business identity both among Chinese officialdom and within the wider business community.

3. Commercial Connections (China-Australia Ties)

To play a constructive and meaningful role in the development of the overall Australia-China commercial relationship and to be the representative body for Australian business in China.

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