Korean Cultural Centre Australia

Galleries, Museums and Collections

Located opposite Hyde Park, the Korean Cultural Centre Australia (KCC)
opened in 2011 to encourage cultural exchange between Australia and Korea.

Visit the KCC to attend Traditional Crafts and Gallery Exhibitions, learn
through cultural classes such as Korean language, food, dance and craft
making. Be entertained at monthly Korean film night, k-pop workshop and
multicultural festivals. Attend major events like KOFFIA Korean Film
Festival In Australia and traditional performance concert. Excursions and
school holiday programs are available for kids and youngsters. Visit the
Library for free to read the latest books and magazines about Korea and get
a snap against a backdrop of beautiful Hanok, traditional Korean house
built inside the Centre.

The KCC is a cultural ambassador and gateway to all things Korean and
invite you to be a part of it.

Facilities

Aboriginal Culture International Public Toilet

Rates

Free Entry

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