Hundreds turned up to see the Evzones, the Greek Presidential Guard, marching at Bondi Beach on Sunday for the ANZAC Day ceremonies.
The crowd came to a standstill as the Evzones participating in the festivities to commemorate those who served and died in the war for Australia and New Zealand marched past for the second time in the space of few days.
On April 25, the same unit that arrived from Athens after a special permission by the President of the Hellenic Republic attended the Dawn Service for the ANZACs Day at Bondi Beach and stood in front of the Cenotaph Monument.
Later on that day the Greek Presidential Guard took part in the parade through Sydney’s main streets.
This year marks 102 years since the first commemoration of ANZAC services in Sydney, and it was a very special service paying tribute to and remembering those who have served during the war.