Why celebrate African Australians?

African Australians contribute so much to this great country. We have iconic African Australians in sports, medicine, law and entertainment. Several others are captains of industry, entrepreneurs and celebrities. In addition, many serve the government and the community in various capacities.

Therefore, the aim of Celebration of African Australians Inc ("Celebrate") is to celebrate, appreciate and showcase the contributions of African Australians to our collective growth and prosperity. 

This is a flow-on from the United Nation’s proclamation of 2011 as the International Year for People of African Descent.

How we celebrate African Australians and friends of Africa

In South Australia, several African Australian legends, superstars and icons will be honoured by Celebrate  this year.

In addition to honorariums, Celebrate will also showcase on this website and its sub-domains:

  • 1000 African Australian professionals (Doctors, Engineers, Nurses, Social /Industry/Government Workers, Accountants, Academics,  Managers, etc)
  • 200 African Australian Icons, Legends and Superstars
  • And numerous Australian organizations, businesses and individuals supporting the African Australian Communities.

Furthermore, Celebrate is collaborating with various professionals, organizations and industries to promote African-Australian and African related businesses, innovations, projects and events. 

And many more activities....


Among the objectives of Celebrate  are:

  • To honour, recognize and celebrate the contributions of Africans to all spheres of the Australian society, including but not limited to: social, economic, political, and community engagements.

  • To establish honorarium and present Awards to distinguished, influential and outstanding African Australians.

  • To acquire properties for the purpose of establishing community development centers, social or business bureaus for purposes that supports the objectives of the Association.

  • To organize educational, media and community development projects.

  • To organize exchange programs for cultural, business, tourism and educational exchange between Australia and Africa.

    To facilitate training, capacity building and empowerment projects for Africans and African-Australians.

  • To collaborate with businesses, professionals, government and non-governmental organizations in order to achieve these objectives.