Premier's Harmony Dinner - COVID-19 Update
The Commonwealth and State Governments have advised cancelling all public events with more than 500 attendees. In line with this advice, Multicultural NSW has made the decision to postpone the 2020 Premier’s Harmony Dinner on 28 March.
We know this decision will be deeply disappointing to many of our guests and, in particular, finalists for the Premier’s Multicultural Community Medals and family members of inductees to the Multicultural Honour Roll.
All tickets to the dinner will be refunded.
Thank you in advance for your understanding and continued support.
For updated information and advice about COVID-19 and to access translated resources from NSW Health, go to health.nsw.gov.au/coronavirus
International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney)
Saturday 28 March 2020
Hosted by the Minister for Multiculturalism, in the presence of the Hon. Gladys Berejiklian MP, Premier of New South Wales, the Premier’s Harmony Dinner is a glittering gala to recognise and celebrate the significant contributions made by our multicultural leaders.
Attended by over a thousand representatives of our diverse State, the evening is a sit down cultural dress or black tie dinner, featuring incredible special performances.
A special part of the night is the announcement of those to be inducted into the Multicultural Honour Roll. Those honoured are recognised for their outstanding achievements in contributing to and building the successful multicultural society we enjoy today.
The Premier also presents the Premier’s Multicultural Community Medals recognising outstanding achievements in building community harmony, contributions by young people, community service, regional communities, and business, to name a few.
A prize is also awarded for Best Cultural Dress on the evening.
A true celebration of multiculturalism and community, Members of Parliament, business leaders, community leaders, ambassadors, Consuls-General and other dignitaries come together at this special event to honour harmony and diversity in New South Wales.
The Premier’s Harmony Dinner continues to celebrate the NSW Government's commitment to a cohesive and inclusive society in which cultures, languages and religions of all citizens are accepted and appreciated.
Tickets are sold out
2020 Early bird ticket offer
2020 Ticket price
Getting There - $10 Parking Offer!
The ICC is offering Premier’s Harmony Dinner guests a special one night only rate of $10 at the Harbourside Car Park! For those driving to the event that would like to take advantage of this offer please follow the steps below:
Enter car park at 100 Murray Street, Pyrmont and take a parking ticket as per normal entry
Upon arrival at the Premier’s Harmony Dinner, ask registration staff for your ‘$10 parking ticket’ special
Staff will provide you with a ‘$10 parking ticket’ to use at the end of the event (Keep both tickets)
Upon leaving please go to the pay machine and insert your original parking ticket and the full price will be displayed
Insert your ‘$10 parking ticket’ from staff and the price will be reduced to the special $10 price
Once the amount is paid, a single ticket is returned, use this ticket to exit the car park.
For more information about travel options, please visit the ICC Sydney website.