Since its establishment in 1997, TACH has organised, managed and participated in a number projects of a large scale including:

  • Commissioned a statue of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk in Albany, Western Australia (total cost of project $140,000, land and landscaping funded by City of Albany, Statue cost funded by Government of the Republic of Turkey 1997- 2002.

  • Established and ran Turkish Language Saturday School for children and adults 1997 – 2005

  • Establishment of sister city relationship between City of Albany and Gallipoli in 2002

  • Participated in the Austal Ships open day 2006 providing Turkish cultural entertainment and information

  • Organised Children’s Day Festival 2006 (Funded by LotteryWest)

  • Organised screenings of Turkish films in 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011 & 2013

  • Commissioned a Gallipoli Memorial with words from Ataturk’s speech in King’s Park (Grant provided by the ANZAC Working Group Small Grants Scheme, Government of Western Australia) in 2007

  • Participation in Harmony Week 2007 (Funded by Office of Multicultural Interests small grants)

  • Supported in the organisation of the Turkish Consulate’s Republic Day Gala Ball 2009, 2011, 2013

  • Organised Republic Day Community function – Dinner and Music 2010

  • Participated in the Consular Corps World of Food Festival in 2011, 2012, 2014 and 2015 providing cultural food, information and entertainment. 

  • Organising ongoing Adult Turkish Language Classes 2013, 2014 & 2015

  • Initiated and organised the joint Turkish and Dutch 5 week cultural festival in the “Springtime at Araluen” Tulip Festival with the Araluen Botanic Park Foundation 2014

  • Organised Turkish Folk Dance classes 2014 - 2019, with performances at the Tulip Festival 2014, Kedi Film Premiere 2016, Como Primary School Centenary Celebration 2018

  • Organised Turkish Republic Day Reception in the Bell Tower 2014

  • Participated in various 100 year anniversary of the Gallipoli landing remembrance ceremonies in 2015

  • Organised the Turkish Republic Day Ball in 2015 and 2018

  • Re-establishment of the Turkish Language Saturday School for Children 2015 to present (2020), assisted by funding from the Office of Multicultural Interests Community Language Program grants

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