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Open lecture: Greeks in the Australian forces

Those interested in Australian history, will no doubt be familiar with the Kokoda campaign of WWII. But what many may not know, is that 316 men of Greek origin served …


The Treaty of Lausanne: shaping Hellenic Turkish relations since 1923

The Treaty of Laussane has played a significant role in shaping Hellenic Turkish relations since it was signed on 24 July 1923. With tensions having reached new heights between the …

Έλα @ Amarillo has now become a thing!

Young chef Ella Mittas is set to conquer Melbourne’s food scene one Greek event at a time. After the recent success of Ela at Amarillo, Ella Mittas is now hosting …


‘Café dreaming: Greek Café & Milk Bar Style’ exhibition opens

Effy Alexakis and Leonard Janiszewski are continuing on their mission to preserve the legacy of the Greek cafés and milk bars of Australia with a new exhibition. As part of …


The Glendi Greek Festival returns to the west

While festival season is drawing to a close, it is not over until Perth gets its own Glendi Festival bringing the best of Greek food and culture to Western Australia. …


Greek Australian BBQ dinner at Cam’s by the hand of Ella Mittas

As part of Melbourne Design Week, Greek Australian chef Ella Mittas creates a dinner around the theme of ‘Australianness’, inspired by the ubiquitous Aussie BBQ. The dinner event coincides with …


Understanding the migrant experience

Migration – Stories from Banyule features 14 narratives around migration to shed light on the migrant experience.


The sounds of Chopin

Canberra’s Hellenic Club is hosting the 2017 Chopin Piano Competition.


Musgrave Park to transform into Little Greece

This weekend Brisbane’s Paniyiri festival returns, giving locals the chance to enjoy Greek food, music and hospitality.


The 2017 Piers Festival is here and it’s free

Due to extreme weather conditions MAV invites everyone to the South Melbourne Town Hall.