Sister Cities

2021/6/24
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In Australia, there are 107 sister (friendship) cities with Japan. In New South Wales and the Northern Territory, the area that this office has jurisdiction over, there are 41 sister (friendship) cities. 
 
A wide range of exchanges are flourishing between sister (friendship) cities, including student and resident exchanges and activities through sport. 
 
【Information】
The Consul-General of Japan in Sydney's Newsletter : Sister City Relationships-Fostering the Future (December 13, 2019) 
Consul-General of Japan in Sydney’s Newsletter :Growing sister city and school exchanges between Japan and Australia(May 21, 2021 )
Sister City Exchange between Japan and Australia (Council of Local Authorities for International Relations (CLAIR), Sydney office)
 
You can find details of each sister (friendship) city below. 
 

New South Wales

State
New South Wales Government

Councils
A.    Armidale,
B.    Bathurst, BaysideBlue Mountains,
C.    Camden, Campbelltown, Canterbury-BankstownCentral CoastCoffs Harbour,
D.    Dubbo,
F.     Federation,
G.    Goulburn Mulwaree,
H.    Hawkesbury,
L.     Lake Macquarie, LismoreLiverpool,
N.    NewcastleNorthern Beaches,
O.    Orange,
P.     PenrithPort Macquarie-HastingsPort Stephens
Q.    Queanbeyan-Palerang
S.     SingletonSnowy Monaro,   SutherlandSydney,
T.     Tamworth, Temora,
W.    WilloughbyWollongong
 

Northern Territory

Councils
D.   Darwin
P.    Palmerston
 
 
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Sister Cities

New South Wales Government - Tokyo

The sister state relationship between the New South Wales Government and the Tokyo Metropolitan Government was established on 9 May 1984. NSW and Tokyo cooperate in a wide range of areas including education, research, tourism, and economic development.
 
 
Photo: Consul-General Kiya pays a courtesy call on Premier Berejiklian, Jan 2020
 
Please see further information about the history and activities of the sister state relationship at the links below.
 
Sister State relationship Information (New South Wales Government) (p.5)
Sister city relationship information (Japanese)(Tokyo Metropolitan Government)
General information about the sister city relationship (Japanese)(CLAIR)
 
Links
 
New South Wales Government homepage(New South Wales Government)
Tokyo Metropolitan Government homepage (Tokyo Metropolitan Government)
New South Wales Tourism Information(Destination NSW)
Tokyo Tourism Information(GO TOKYO  The Official Tokyo Travel Guide)
 
Consulate Activities
 
The Premier of NSW, The Hon. Gladys Berejiklian, MP, attends the First Reception in Celebration of His Majesty Emperor Naruhito's Birthday (February 2020)
Courtesy call on the Premier of NSW, The Hon. Gladys Berejiklian, MP (January 2020)
 
Other Information
 
Governor meets with Premier of New South Wales (August 2017)(Tokyo Metropolitan Government)

 

Armidale Regional Council, New South Wales (former Armidale Dumaresq Shire Council) - Kanuma, Tochigi

The friendship city relationship between Armidale Regional Council and Kanuma was established on 19 April 2001.
 
Please see further information about the history and activities of the city relationship at the links below.
 
Sister city relationship information (Japanese) (Kanuma City)
General information about the city relationship (Japanese)(CLAIR)
 
Links
 
Armidale Regional Council homepage (Armidale Regional Council)
Kanuma City homepage (Japanese) (Kanuma City)
Kanuma tourism information (Japanese)(Kanuma City Tourism Association)
Armidale tourism information (Armidale Visitor Information Centre)
Kanuma International Friendship Association information (Japanese)(Kanuma City)
  
 

Bathurst Regional Council, New South Wales - Okuma, Fukushima

The sister city relationship between Bathurst and Okuma was established on 25 March 1991. There have been many official visits and student exchanges between the two cities. In March 1998, a Japanese garden, called “Ohkuma Garden”, in Bathurst was completed.
 
 
Photo: Deputy Consul-General visits Bathurst, March 2021
 
Please see further information about the history and activities of the sister city relationship at the links below.
 
Sister city relationship information (Bathurst Regional Council) 
Sister city relationship information (Japanese) (Okuma Town)
General information about the sister city relationship (Japanese)(CLAIR)
 
Links
 
Bathurst Regional Council homepage (Bathurst Regional Council)
Okuma Town homepage (Japanese) (Okuma Town)
Bathurst tourism information (Bathurst Tourism)
Okuma Town tourism information (Japanese)(Okuma Town)
Ohkuma Garden (Bathurst Regional Council)
 
Consulate Activities
 
Deputy Consul-General visits Bathurst (March 2021)
Visit to Bathurst by former Consul-General Keizo Takewaka (November 2016)
Ms Fudeko Reekie, who worked as a Japanese language teacher for 35 years in Bathurst, receives The Order of the Rising Sun, Silver Rays (2013)
  
 

Bayside Council, New South Wales (former Rockdale City Council) - Yamatsuri, Fukushima

The sister city relationship between Bayside and Yamatsuri was established on 15 May 2000. There have been ongoing cultural and school exchanges between the two cities.
 
Please see further information about the history and activities of the sister city relationship at the links below.
 
Sister city relationship information (Bayside Council) 
General information about the sister city relationship (Japanese)(CLAIR)
 
Links
 
Bayside Council homepage (Bayside Council)
Town of Yamatsuri homepage (Japanese) (Town of Yamatsuri)
Yamatsuri tourism information (Japanese)(Town of Yamatsuri)
 
 
 

Blue Mountains City Council, New South Wales - Sanda, Hyogo

The sister city relationship between Sanda and Blue Mountains was established on 30 August 1988. There have been mutual youth exchanges and resident delegation visits.
 
 
Photos: Consul-General Kiya visits Blue Mountains City, May 2021
 
Please see further information about the history and activities of the sister city relationship at the links below.
 
Sister city relationship information (Blue Mountains City Council)
Sister city relationship information (Japanese) (Sanda City)
Sister city relationship information(Japanese)(Sanda International Association)
General information about the sister city relationship (Japanese)(CLAIR)
 
Links
 
Blue Mountains City Council homepage (Blue Mountains City Council)
Sanda City homepage (Japanese) (Sanda City)
Sanda tourism information(Japanese)(Sanda Tourist Association)
Sanda tourism information (Hyogo Prefectural Hanshin North Area Tourism Promotion Council)
Blue Mountains tourism information (Blue Mountains City Council)
Sanda International Association homepage (Sanda International Association)
 
Consulate Activities
 
Visit to Blue Mountains by Consul-General Kiya Masahiko (May 2021)
Visit to Blue Mountains by former Consul-General Keizo Takewaka (June 2018)
 
Council of Local Authorities for International Relations (CLAIR), Sydney office
 
Supporting Sanda City (February 2017) (CLAIR Sydney)
Supporting the Sanda City Society of Commerce and Industry (November 2014) (CLAIR Sydney)
 
 

Camden Council, New South Wales - Kashiwa, Chiba

The friendship city relationship between Camden and Kashiwa was established on 11 April 1997.
 

Photo: Former Consul-General Takewaka visits Camden, 2019
 
Please see further information about the history and activities of the friendship city relationship at the links below.
 
Friendship city relationship information (Japanese)(Kashiwa City)
General information about the friendship city relationship (Japanese)(CLAIR)
 
Links
 
Camden Council homepage (Camden Council)
Kashiwa City homepage (Kashiwa City)
Kashiwa City tourism information (Kashiwa City)
Camden tourism information (Camden Council)
 
Consulate Activities
 
Messages for Japanese Investors from the Western Parkland Councils received by the Consulate-General of Japan in Sydney (Oct 2019)
Visit to Camden by former Consul-General Keizo Takewaka (June 2019)
  
 

Campbelltown City Council, New South Wales - Koshigaya, Saitama

The sister city relationship between Campbelltown and Koshigaya was established on 11 April 1984. To commemorate the beginning of the relationship, Koshigaya Park (Campbelltown) and Campbelltown Park (Koshigaya) were both constructed in 1984. In 1989, Koshigaya City donated a teahouse, which is now part of the Japanese Gardens in the Campbelltown Arts Centre. In return, Campbelltown City donated a number of native birds to Koshigaya when the Campbelltown Forest of Wildbirds was officially opened in 1995. The Campbelltown-Koshigaya Sister City relationship celebrated its 30th anniversary in 2014.
 
     
Photo: Consul-General Kiya pays a courtesy call on Cr George Brticevic, Mayor of Campbelltown, and visits the Japanese Gardens and Tea House at Koshigaya Park, April 2021
 
Please see further information about the history and activities of the sister city relationship at the links below.
 
Sister city relationship information (Campbelltown City Council)
Sister city relationship information (Japanese) (Koshigaya City)
General information about the sister city relationship (Japanese)(CLAIR)
Campbelltown-Koshigaya Sister Cities Association homepage  (Campbelltown-Koshigaya Sister Cities Association)
 
Links
 
Campbelltown City Council homepage (Campbelltown City Council)
Koshigaya City homepage (Koshigaya City)
Koshigaya City tourism information(Japanese)(Koshigaya City)
Saitama Prefecture tourism information (Saitama Prefecture)
Campbelltown tourism information (Destination NSW)
Campbelltown Forrest of Birds (Koshigaya City)
Koshigaya Park (Campbelltown City Council)
Japanese Garden & Tea House (Campbelltown City Council)
Koshigaya International Association homepage (Japanese)(Koshigaya International Association)
 
Consulate Activities
 
Visit to Campbelltown by Consul-General Kiya Masahiko (April 2021)
Messages for Japanese Investors from the Western Parkland Councils received by the Consulate-General of Japan in Sydney (Oct 2019)
Former Consul-General Keizo Takewaka attended the Japanese Festival at Campbelltown Arts Centre (October 2018)
Visit to Campbelltown by former Consul-General Keizo Takewaka (June 2018)

Council of Local Authorities for International Relations (CLAIR), Sydney office
 
Staff exchange program between Koshigaya and Campbelltown (September 2015) (CLAIR Sydney)
30th Anniversary of Sister City relationship between Koshigaya and Campbelltown (November 2014) (CLAIR Sydney)
Staff exchange program between Koshigaya and Campbelltown (October 2013) (CLAIR Sydney)
 
 

Canterbury-Bankstown City Council, New South Wales - Suita, Osaka

The sister city relationship between Canterbury-Bankstown and Suita was established on 9 March 1989. Numerous youth and sport exchanges have taken place. 
 
 
Photos: Consul-General Kiya visits Canterbury-Bankstown, April 2021 
 
Please see further information about the history and activities of the sister city relationship at the links below.
 
Sister city relationship information (Canterbury-Bankstown City Council)
Friendship city relationship information (Japanese) (Suita City)
General information about the sister city relationship (Japanese)(CLAIR)
 
Links
 
Canterbury-Bankstown City Council homepage (Canterbury-Bankstown City Council)
Suita City homepage (Japanese) (Suita City)
Suita tourism information (Japanese) (Tourism Web Suita City, Suita Nigiwai Tourism Association)
Suita International Friendship Association homepage (Suita International Friendship Association)
 
Consulate Activities
 
Visit to Canterbury-Bankstown by Consul-General Kiya Masahiko (April 2021)
Visit to Canterbury-Bankstown by former Consul-General Keizo Takewaka (December 2018)
Sydney Soran Odoritai perform at Canterbury-Bankstown’s Haldon Street Festival (October 2017)
 
 Council of Local Authorities for International Relations (CLAIR), Sydney office
 
Bankstown Bites focused Japanese cuisine – 25th Anniversary of Sister City relationship between Bankstown and Suita (August 2014) (CLAIR Sydney)
Sister City Activities between Bankstown and Suita (2013) (CLAIR Sydney)
Suita city and Bankstown grass-roots sister city activities (June 2013) (CLAIR Sydney)
  
 

Central Coast Council, New South Wales (former Gosford Council) - Edogawa, Tokyo

The sister city relationship between Central Coast and Edogawa was established on 19 April 1988. In 2018, they celebrated the 30th anniversary of the relationship by re-signing the sister city agreement. During the last thirty years the sister city agreement has seen the establishment of the Edogawa Commemorative Gardens adjacent to the Gosford Regional Gallery, Mayoral and dignitary visits, staff exchange and a youth exchange program.
 
 
Left Photo: Edogawa Commemorative Garden, Central Coast
Right Photo: Consul-General Kiya visits Central Coast, 2020
 
Please see further information about the history and activities of the sister city relationship at the links below.
 
Sister city relationship information (Central Coast Council)
Sister city relationship information : Central Coast Council (Japanese) (Edogawa City)
Edogawa city student exchange program (Japanese)(Edogawa City)
General information about the sister city relationship (Japanese)(CLAIR)
 
Links
 
Central Coast Council homepage (Central Coast Council)
Edogawa City homepage (Japanese) (Edogawa City)
Edogawa tourism information (Japanese)(Edogawa City)
Central Coast tourism information (Visit Central Coast)
 
Consulate Activities
 
Visit by Consul-General Kiya Masahiko to Central Coast (November 2020)
The Consulate-General of Japan in Sydney held a calligraphy workshop at Gosford High School (July 2018)
Visit to Central Coast by former Consul-General Keizo Takewaka (November 2017)
 
Council of Local Authorities for International Relations (CLAIR), Sydney office
 
Edogawa-Central Coast sister city relationship : Resigning event (May 2017)(Japanese)(CLAIR Sydney)
Edogawa Rotarians visit Gosford (June 2014) (CLAIR Sydney)
Gosford City Council celebrated the 25th anniversary of its sister city relationship with Edogawa (August 2013) (CLAIR Sydney)
 
 

Coffs Harbour City Council, New South Wales - Sasebo, Nagasaki

The sister city relationship between Coffs Harbour and Sasebo was established on 6 June 1988. However, the two cities have been conducting student exchanges since 1953. In 1983, the Japan-Australia Society of Sasebo was established, while the Australia-Japan Society of Coffs Harbour Inc was set up in 1990. There have been numerous reciprocal official visits and in 2018 the two cities marked the 30th anniversary of the sister city relationship.
 
 
Photos: Former Consul-General Takewaka participates in the 30th Anniversary of the Sister City relationship, 2018
 
Please see further information about the history and activities of the sister city relationship at the links below.
 
Sister city relationship information (Coffs Harbour City Council)
Sister city relationship information (Japanese) (Sasebo City)
General information about the sister city relationship (Japanese)(CLAIR)
 
Links
 
Coffs Harbour City homepage (Coffs Harbour City Council)
Sasebo City homepage (Sasebo City)
Sasebo tourism information (Sasebo Tourist Information Center)
Coffs Harbour tourism information (Coffs Coast)
Japanese Friendship Garden (North Coast Regional Botanic Garden)
Australia-Japan Society of Coffs Harbour hompage (Australia-Japan Society of Coffs Harbour)
Japan-Australia Society of Sasebo homepage (Japan-Australia Society of Sasebo)
 
Consulate Activities
 
Former Consul-General Keizo Takewaka visits Coffs Harbour for the 30th anniversary of the sister city relationship (August 2018)
Visit to Coffs Harbour by former Consul-General Keizo Takewaka (October 2017)
Consul-General’s Commendation to the Australia-Japan Society of Coffs Harbour (August 2015)
 
 Council of Local Authorities for International Relations (CLAIR), Sydney office
 
The 30-year anniversary of the Coffs Harbour-Sasebo City relationship (August 2018) (CLAIR Sydney)
Children's Day Festival in Coffs Harbour (May 2014) (CLAIR Sydney)
Reaffirmation of the Sister City relationship between Coffs Harbour and Sasebo at their 25th anniversary ceremony (August 2013) (CLAIR Sydney)
  
 

Dubbo Regional Council, New South Wales (former Wellington Council) - Toyama City, Toyama

The sister city relationship between Dubbo Regional Council and Toyama City was established on 21 August 1992. Wellington’s sister city Toyama is the city created from the merger of two towns - Osawano and Toyama. In 1999, the Wellington Osawano Japanese Gardens were constructed, with funding for the project donated as a gift from Osawano Town Council. In May 2018, a delegation from Dubbo visited Toyama to re-confirm the relationship with Toyama post amalgamation of Wellington and Dubbo Councils.
 
Please see further information about the history and activities of the sister city relationship at the links below.
 
Sister city relationship information (Dubbo Regional Council)
Sister city relationship information (Japanese) (Toyama City)
General information about the sister city relationship (Japanese)(CLAIR)
 
Links
 
Dubbo Regional Council homepage (Dubbo Regional Council)
Mayoral visit to Toyama  (May 2018) (Dubbo Regional Council)
Wellington Osawano Japanese Gardens (Destination NSW)
Toyama City homepage (Toyama City)
Toyama tourism information (Toyama City Tourism Association)
Dubbo Region tourism information (Dubbo Regional Council)
Toyama City International Exchange Center (Toyama City)
Toyama Cosmopolitan Association homepage (Toyama Cosmopolitan Association)
 

Dubbo Regional Council, New South Wales - Minokamo, Gifu

The sister city relationship between Dubbo and Minokamo was established on 2 June 1989. Dubbo and Minokamo have a reciprocal student exchange program. In 2002, Minokamo gifted Dubbo the ‘Shoyoen’ Japanese Garden in the Dubbo Regional Botanic Garden.
 
  
Left Photos: 30th Anniversary of the Sister City Relationship, 2019
Right Photo: The Japanese garden ‘Shoyoen’, Dubbo
 
Please see further information about the history and activities of the sister city relationship at the links below.
 
Sister city relationship information (Dubbo Regional Council)
Sister city relationship information (Japanese) (Minokamo City)
General information about the sister city relationship (Japanese)(CLAIR)
 
Links
 
Dubbo Regional Council homepage (Dubbo Regional Council)
Minokamo City homepage (Minokamo City)
Minokamo tourism information (Japanese)(Minokamo Tourism Association)
Dubbo Region tourism information (Dubbo Regional Council)
Shoyoen Japanese Garden (Dubbo Regional Botanic Garden)
Dubbo and Minokamo mark 30 years as sister cities with special visit to Minokamo (June 2019) (Dubbo Regional Council)
Mayoral visit to Minokamo (May 2018) (Dubbo Regional Council)
 
Consulate Activities
 
Visit by Consul-General Kiya Masahiko to Dubbo Regional Council (November 2019)
Visit to Dubbo Regional Council by former Consul-General Keizo Takewaka (February 2017)
 
Council of Local Authorities for International Relations (CLAIR), Sydney office
 
Minokamo-Dubbo Sister City 30th Anniversary Celebration (November 2019) (CLAIR Sydney)
 
 

Federation Council, New South Wales (former Corowa Council) - Miki, Hyogo

Miki and Federation Council(former Corowa Council) singed a friendship agreement in on 11 April 1997 and  a sister city agreement in October 2005. Both cities have a reciprocal student exchange program.
 
Please see further information about the history and activities of the sister city relationship at the links below.
 
Sister city relationship information (Federation Council)
Sister city relationship information (Japanese) (Miki City)
General information about the sister city relationship (Japanese)(CLAIR)
 
Links
 
Federation Council homepage (Federation Council)
Miki City homepage (Japanese) (Miki City)
Miki City tourism information (Kita-Harima Regional Tourism Association)
Corowa Region tourism information (Visit the Murray)
  
 

Goulburn Mulwaree Council, New South Wales - Shibetsu, Hokkaido

The sister relationship between Goulburn Mulwaree and Shibetsu was established on 3 July 1999. There have been many official visits and student exchanges between the two cities. A Japanese garden, named “Shibetsu Garden”, is being built in Victoria Park to mark the 20th anniversary of the sister city relationship.
 
 
 
Photo: Mayor of Shibetsu visits Goulburn Mulwaree, 2019
 
Please see further information about the history and activities of the sister city relationship at the links below.
 
Sister city relationship information (Goulburn Mulwaree Council)
Sister city relationship information (Japanese) (Shibetsu City)
General information about the sister city relationship (Japanese)(CLAIR)
 
Links
 
Goulburn Mulwaree Council homepage (Goulburn Mulwaree Council)
Shibetsu City homepage (Japanese) (Shibetsu City)
Goulburn tourism information (Goulburn Mulwaree Council)
Shibetsu Tourism  (Japanese)(Shibetsu Tourism Association)
 
Consulate Activities
 
20th anniversary attended by Consul-General Kiya Masahiko (November 2019)
Visit to Goulburn Mulwaree by former Consul-General Keizo Takewaka (February 2018)
 
Council of Local Authorities for International Relations (CLAIR), Sydney office
 
Supporting sister city related activities – Shibetsu city(Japanese)(November 2019)(CLAIR Sydney)
 
 

Hawkesbury City Council, New South Wales - Kyotamba, Kyoto

The sister city relationship between Hawkesbury and Kyotamba was established on 7 June 1988. Kyotamba and Hawkesbury hold student exchange programs every year.
 
 
Photo: Former Consul-General Takewaka visits Hawkesbury City, 2018
 
Please see further information about the history and activities of the sister city relationship at the links below.
 
Sister city relationship information (Hawkesbury City Council)
General information about the sister city relationship (Japanese)(CLAIR)
 
Links
 
Hawkesbury City Council homepage (Hawkesbury City Council)
Kyotamba Town homepage (Japanese)(Kyotamba Town)
Kyotamba Town tourism information (Japanese)(Kyotamba Tourism Association)
Kyotamba tourism information (Visit Northern Kansai)
Hawkesbury tourism information (Hawkesbury Visitor Information Centre)
Hawkesbury Sister City Association homepage (Hawkesbury Sister City Association) 
Kyotamba International Exchange Association homepage (Kyotamba International Exchange Association)
 
Consulate Activities
Messages for Japanese Investors from the Western Parkland Councils received by the Consulate-General of Japan in Sydney (Oct 2019)
Visit to Hawkesbury by former Consul-General Keizo Takewaka (August 2018)
 
 Council of Local Authorities for International Relations (CLAIR), Sydney office
 
The 30-year anniversary celebration of Kyotamba and Hawkesbury sister city relationship (August 2018) (CLAIR Sydney)
 
 

Lake Macquarie City Council, New South Wales - Hakodate, Hokkaido

The sister city relationship between Lake Macquarie and Hakodate was established on 31 July 1992. Since then, there have been active sporting and cultural exchanges. From 1990 to 2005, Lake Macquarie City Council sent and received a number of sporting contingents to Hakodate.
 

Photo: Former Consul-General Takewaka visits Lake Macquarie, 2019
 
Please see further information about the history and activities of the sister city relationship at the links below.
 
Sister city relationship Information (Lake Macquarie City Council) 
Sister city relationship information (Japanese)(City of Hakodate)
General information about the sister city relationship (Japanese)(CLAIR)
 
Links
 
Lake Macquarie City homepage(Lake Macquarie City Council)
City of Hakodate homepage (English) (City of Hakodate)
Hakodate tourism information (Hakodate Official Travel Guide-Travel Hakodate)
Lake Macquarie tourism information (Lake Macquarie Visitor Information Centre)
 
Consulate Activities
 
Visit to Lake Macquarie by former Consul-General Keizo Takewaka (April 2019)
20th Anniversary celebrations attended by former Consul-General Masahiro Kohara (November 2012)
 
Council of Local Authorities for International Relations (CLAIR), Sydney office
 
20th Anniversary of the Lake Macquarie – Hakodate Sister City Relationship (November 2012) (CLAIR Sydney)
 
 

Lake Macquarie City Council, New South Wales - Tanagura, Fukushima

Tanagura and Lake Macquarie established the friendship city relationship on 12 May 1994 and the sister city relationship on 8 October 2002. There have been reciprocal youth exchanges between the two cities.
 

Photo: Former Consul-General Takewaka visits Lake Macquarie, 2019
 
 
Please see further information about the history and activities of the sister city relationship at the links below.
 
Sister city relationship information (Lake Macquarie City Council) 
Sister city relationship information (Japanese) (Tanagura Town)
General information about the sister city relationship (Japanese)(CLAIR)
 
Links
 
Lake Macquarie City homepage (Lake Macquarie City Council)
Tanagura Town homepage (Japanese) (Tanagura Town)
Lake Macquarie tourism information (Lake Macquarie Visitor Information Centre)
Tanagura tourism information (Japanese)(Tanagura Town Tourism Association)
 
Consulate Activities
 
Visit to Lake Macquarie by former Consul-General Keizo Takewaka (April 2019)
  
 

Lismore City Council, New South Wales - Yamato Takada, Nara

The sister city relationship between Yamato Takada and Lismore was established on 7 August 1963, and is the first sister city relationship forged between Australia and Japan. In 1985, Lismore and Yamato Takada commenced an annual Sister City Student Exchange Program that remains active. There have also been many official and unofficial visits since the relationship was established, including a formal delegation to Lismore in 2013 to celebrate the 50th anniversary.
 
Lismore Visit 01  Lismore Visit 02  Lismore Visit 03

Photo: Consul-General Kiya visits Lismore City, June 2021


Please see further information about the history and activities of the sister city relationship at the links below.


Links

 

Consulate Activities

 

Council of Local Authorities for International Relations (CLAIR), Sydney office