logo150

World Lebanese Cultural Union
of Sydney Incorporated

INGO Associated with the DPI-UN
Accredited with ECOSOC

The Inaugural Rome Comes To Lebanon Event 2022

The evening of 25 June 2022 saw guests at Doltone House Sydney transported to another era at WLCU Sydney’s Inaugural Rome Comes to Lebanon Event. The Night commemorated over 700 years of Roman rule in Lebanon, a period which saw six Emperors come from our great Lebanon. In doing so, we celebrated the Roman and Lebanese cultures and the way they have evolved together.

WLCU President’s Address to the Cedars

In preparation for the resumption of the World Cup, Coach Michael Cheika gathered his team on Sunday 6th February in Sydney, to re-start their campaign for victory in late 2022. WLCU President, Dr Shane Geha, was invited to attend the lunch and help inspire the players for their campaign.

Meet the WLCU Sydney Youth President

Mr Cedric Barakat is the wonderful Youth President for WLCU Sydney. In this article, Cedric provides a personal account of his connection with Lebanon, as well as his interests and aspirations for the future. 

En Route to Beirut 2021 Gala Event

Sydney, along with New South Wales and Melbourne, has recently embarked on “re-opening” after several months in a covid-induced lockdown. At this time, it seems fitting to reflect on the much-loved, famous Lebanese traditional dance which is an essential component in many happy gatherings and celebrations.

Highlights from WLCU Sydney 2021

Sydney, along with New South Wales and Melbourne, has recently embarked on “re-opening” after several months in a covid-induced lockdown. At this time, it seems fitting to reflect on the much-loved, famous Lebanese traditional dance which is an essential component in many happy gatherings and celebrations.

En Route to Beirut 2021 – Destinations Explored

Sydney, along with New South Wales and Melbourne, has recently embarked on “re-opening” after several months in a covid-induced lockdown. At this time, it seems fitting to reflect on the much-loved, famous Lebanese traditional dance which is an essential component in many happy gatherings and celebrations.

WLCU Sydney Dr Charles Malik Award

During late July 2021 our World President WLCU, Mr Stephen Stanton, presented to the United Nations Special Coordinator for Lebanon (UNSCOL), Ms Joanna Wronecka. World President Stanton affirmed the WLCU’s commitment and responsibility to co-ordinate and co-operate with the United Nations (UN) and the UNSCOL, and the need for the UN to undertake determinative diplomacy.

The Dabke (دبكة‎)

Sydney, along with New South Wales and Melbourne, has recently embarked on “re-opening” after several months in a covid-induced lockdown. At this time, it seems fitting to reflect on the much-loved, famous Lebanese traditional dance which is an essential component in many happy gatherings and celebrations.

Lebanese Wines – Ancient and Highly Awarded

The history of Lebanese wines dates back over 5,000 years with recent archaeological discoveries documenting its history and trade by the Phoenicians. Lebanon’s wines are also world-renowned with its leading wine, Chateau Musar, winning many awards and recently named in the top ten admired wine brands in the world. We have secured the 2012 vintage for this year’s En Route to Beirut gala dinner.

Contact Us

info@wlcusydney.org.au
Level 21, 1 Farrer Place, Sydney, NSW 2000 Australia

World Lebanese Cultural Union of Sydney © 2022. All Rights Reserved.