‘Traditions of Our Homeland’ Presented By Greek Festival of Sydney

The 30th Greek Festival of Sydney proudly presents "Traditions of Our Homeland," an event of narratives, music, song and dance attempting to revive and...

Celebrating 114 Years: The First Greek Orthodox Church in Melbourne Releases First Minutes from...

In celebration of the 114th anniversary of the first Greek Orthodox Church opening its doors in Melbourne, the Greek Orthodox Community is sharing the first...

Australian Press’s Coverage of Asia Minor Catastrophe

Since November 1912 Australian journalists were aware of the imminent uprooting of Hellenism in Asia Minor. This new information was found in newspaper reports presented...

Greeks Filled Aussie Migrant Detention

About 35,000 Greeks lived agonizing moments in the Bonegilla Migrant Reception and Training Centre, during the 50's and the 60's. Bonegilla, about 300 kilometers from...

Australians Visit Gallipoli for 100th ANZAC Day

Numerous Australians are expected to visit the Gallipoli peninsula in April 2015, to celebrate the centennial anniversary of the Australian and New Zealander Army...

Lord Byron: Celebrity in the Cause of Greek Independence

On Wednesday, March 11, a crowd gathered at the Customs House in Circular Quay, Sydney, to attend a lecture by Professor Will Christie regarding Lord Byron...

Professor Chaniotis’ Australian Lecture Tour

The Professor of Ancient History Angelos Chaniotis is this year's Visiting Professor of the Australian Archaeological Institute in Athens (AAIA). The AAIA is one...

Greek-Australians Honor Asia Minor Catastrophe

Although many Greek-Australians who live in the country were born in Australia, as did their parents and grandparents, they always have their real homeland...