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...

Australians Drink Espresso’s Thanks to Greeks!

Apparently, the espresso coffee was introduced and established in Australia thanks to the Greeks! In 1954, they brought Australia the first coffeemakers for espresso,...

Diamadis Shares Rathbone Local History Prize

With his original research work Hellenism by the Bay: Hellenic Presence in the City of Rockdale, which sheds light on the ties between the...

The Unknown Story of a Greek Spy

Olga Staboli was born in Egypt, immigrated to Australia, worked her way into theatre business, performed in Athens just before World War II broke...

Attend a Lecture on the Antikythera Mechanism at the Greek Centre Melbourne

On Monday, March 20, at 6:30 p.m., Professor Xenophon Moussas will present a lecture about the Antikythera Mechanism at the Greek Centre as part...

Greek Diaspora of Sydney Offers Unique Artwork to NSW State Parliament

On the occasion of the 100th anniversary since Anzac forces arrived on the island of Lemnos, Greece, on March 4, 1915, the Greek Diaspora of Sydney...

Aussie Archaeologists off to Greece

Fifty Australian archaeologists are heading to Greece, and specifically to Zagora, willing to solve the ancient mystery of why an early Iron Age city...

Socrates Retried and Acquitted in Australia

The Hellenic Museum of Melbourne “resurrected” Socrates for a retrial. Almost 2,400 years after the famous Greek philosopher was sentenced to death by poison,...