Brambles is a supply-chain logistics company operating in more than
Sixty countries, primarily through the CHEP brand. As a pioneer of the sharing economy, Brambles is one of the world’s most sustainable logistics businesses. Its circular business model facilitates the ‘share and reuses’ of the world’s largest pool of reusable pallets and containers.

This enables Brambles to serve its customers while minimizing the impact on the environment and improving the efficiency and safety of supply chains worldwide. Brambles’ platforms form the invisible backbone of global supply chains, primarily serving the fastmoving consumer goods, fresh produce, beverage, retail, and general manufacturing industries.

The world’s largest brands trust Brambles to help them transport life’s essentials more efficiently, safely, and sustainably.

Golden harvests movies Australia

Orange Sky Golden Harvest Entertainment (Holdings) Limited (“OSGH,” or the “Group”) is the world’s premier Chinese language film entertainment company that primarily engages in film production, financing, distribution, and exhibition. The Group operates 35 multiplexes with collectively 285 screens across Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Singapore and is a leading distributor in its operating territories.

Previously known as “Golden Harvest,” the legendary Asian filmmaker was co-founded by Mr. Raymond Chow, Mr. Leonard Ho Koon-Cheung, and Mr. Leung Fung in 1970 and had been listed on the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong (HKSE: 1132) since 1994. Mr. Wu Kebo became the Group’s single largest shareholder through Orange Sky Entertainment Group (International) Holding Company Limited in 2007. The Group was renamed “Orange Sky Golden Harvest” effective from August 2009.

Santos Brisbane

A proudly Australian company, Santos is a leading supplier of natural gas, a fuel for the future providing clean energy to improve the lives of people in Australia and Asia.

Santos is already Australia’s most significant domestic gas supplier and aims to be a leading Asia-Pacific L.N.G. supplier.  For more than 65 years, Santos has been working in partnership with local communities, providing Australian jobs and business opportunities, safely and sustainably developing Australia’s natural gas resources, and powering Australian industries and households.

With its origins in the Cooper Basin, Santos has one of Australia’s largest exploration and production acreages and extensive infrastructure. He is committed to supplying the domestic markets, unlocking resources, and driving value and performance.

Underpinned by a portfolio of high-quality liquefied natural gas (L.N.G.), pipeline gas, and oil assets, Santos seeks to deliver long-term value to shareholders.

Santos’ foundations are based on safe, sustainable operations, and our shareholders, host communities, governments, and business partners.

World expo 1988 Queensland

World Expo 88, also known as Expo 88, was a specialized Expo held in Brisbane, the state capital of Queensland, Australia, for six months between Saturday, 30 April 1988 and Sunday, 30 October 1988. The theme of the Expo was “Leisure in the Age of Technology,” and the mascot for the Expo was an Australian platypus named Expo Oz.

The A$625 million fair was the largest event of the 1988 Bicentennial celebrations of the First Fleet’s arrival in Sydney Harbour. Expo 88 attracted more than 15,760,000 visitors who bought tickets worth A$175 million. The event achieved both its economic aims and excellent attendance. It was successfully used to promote Queensland as a tourist destination and spurred a major redevelopment at the South Brisbane site. The core feature of the area was the international pavilions. Many of the exposition’s sculptures and buildings were retained by various entities around the state and are still in use or on display today.

Chinatown mall Brisbane

Chinatown is a precinct in Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, Australia. It is centered on Chinatown Mall, a pedestrian street which occupies all of Duncan Street. The Mall runs parallel to Brunswick Street Mall and connects Wickham Street and Ann Street. The precinct is the location of Chinese restaurants and shops and is the venue for Chinese New Year and Valley Fiesta events. Street signs in the area are written in both English and Chinese. It is also home to many restaurants offering Chinese, Korean, Indonesian, Japanese, Thai, and Vietnamese cuisines. Its pan-Asian nature is also emphasized by hosting many Asian festivals, including the annual Indian festival, Diwali.

Chinatown’s popularity with Chinese Australians has declined in the past two decades, and Sunnybank is instead seen as the hub of Chinese culture in Brisbane.

Westfield shopping centers

Westfield Living Centres are open and trading.  

We recommend visiting your local center’s website for the most up-to-date retailer information and opening hours as these will vary for each state and territory.   

When it comes to our customers, retail partners, and people’s health and well-being, we follow the Australian and New Zealand health authorities’ advice.

Ansett Australia airline

Ansett Australia was a major Australian airline group based in Melbourne. The airline flew domestically within Australia and from the 1990s to destinations in Asia. After operating for 65 years, the airline was placed into administration in 2001 following a financial collapse and subsequently organized liquidation in 2002, subject to the deed of company arrangement. The last flight touched down on 5 March 2002.