ANZAC Day is Equally Important to Greeks and Australians (video)

ANZAC Day commemorates the date the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps landed at Gallipoli, Turkey on April 25, 1915, marking the first time the...

Lecture Tells Tale of Australians Who Fought in Greece in WWII

The Greek community of Melbourne is presenting a lecture by Professor Peter Monteath on Australians who fought in Greece during World War II, as...

Alexander the Hellene: Melbourne Seminar Examines Ancient Sources

A lecture about the Alexander the Great will be presented by Dimitris Gonis on Thursday 12 April 2018, at the Ithacan Philanthropic Society, as...

Hellenic Community of Melbourne Honors Evzones

The Evzones of Greece's Presidential Guard were honored by the Hellenic Community of Melbourne at the Greek Centre as part of the March 25th...

Melbourne Lecture Examines Colonial Rule in Greek Islands

The history of Greece's Ionian islands under British rule came under the spotlight in a lecture given in Melbourne on Thursday. Dr. Katerina Bregianni, research...

Georgios Tramountanas: The First Greek to Settle South Australia

  Georgios (or George) Tramountanas is generally credited as being the first Greek to migrate to South Australia in 1842, according to the National Archives...

Iconic Greek-Australian Cafe Facing Closure

Over a century of Greek-Australian history in New South Wales is coming to an end with the forced move of Katoomba's opulent Paragon Cafe,...

Haute Couture from Minoan and Mycenaean Civilizations at Hellenic Museum

Haute Couture in Ancient Greece: The Spectacular Costumes of Ariadne & Helen of Troy at the Hellenic Museum in Melbourne, will bring to life the...