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20806:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Sunday Telegraph on 28.11.2012

History gets a real shake as it is 80 years today since a first milk bar opened

• by: MELISSA MATHESON
• From: The Sunday Telegraph
• November 04, 2012

Photograph: Olivia Storrie and Erin Munro (right) enjoy drinking a milkshake Picture Toby Zerna Source The Daily Telegraph


It marked the start of the "milkshake revolution" - the opening of Sydney's first milk bar triggered a lasting love affair with the mouth-watering drink.
Now, 80 years on, the "old-fashioned" corner store is still a one-stop shop for many, ...

20805:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Sunday Telegraph on 05.11.2012

History gets a real shake as it is 80 years today since a first milk bar opened

• by: MELISSA MATHESON
• From: The Sunday Telegraph
• November 04, 2012

Photograph: Emma Kavanagh makes a milkshake. Picture Toby Zerna Source The Daily Telegraph


It marked the start of the "milkshake revolution" - the opening of Sydney's first milk bar triggered a lasting love affair with the mouth-watering drink.
Now, 80 years on, the "old-fashioned" corner store is still a one-stop shop for many, with the milkshake holding ...

20804:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Sunday Telegraph on 05.11.2012

History gets a real shake as it is 80 years today since a first milk bar opened

• by: MELISSA MATHESON
• From: The Sunday Telegraph
• November 04, 2012

Photograph: The Black & White Milk Bar in Martin Place. Source: The Daily Telegraph


It marked the start of the "milkshake revolution" - the opening of Sydney's first milk bar triggered a lasting love affair with the mouth-watering drink.
Now, 80 years on, the "old-fashioned" corner store is still a one-stop shop for many, with the milkshake holding its own ...

20801:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Sydney Morning Herald on 04.11.2012

Art Deco fret work on the walls of the Roxy theatre, Bingara, NSW

Big screen, big dreams for a night at the Roxy

Sydney Morning Herald
Saturday, November 3, 2012

Megan Johnston

Photo: Rachel Meszaros


In 1936, three men from a Greek island took a gamble in country NSW and decided the little town of Bingara - population 1500 - needed a cinema complex.

Yet despite the new big screen, it was their revamped cafe that proved to be the drawcard.

In an era when pubs ...

20800:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Sydney Morning Herald on 04.11.2012

Vio Nedianu and his wife, Ayesha with five of their children. The couple run the Roxy caf

Big screen, big dreams for a night at the Roxy

Sydney Morning Herald
Saturday, November 3, 2012

Megan Johnston

Photo: Rachel Meszaros


In 1936, three men from a Greek island took a gamble in country NSW and decided the little town of Bingara - population 1500 - needed a cinema complex.

Yet despite the new big screen, it was their revamped cafe that proved to be the drawcard.

In an era when pubs ...

20799:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Sydney Morning Herald on 04.11.2012

Big screen, big dreams for a night at the Roxy

Sydney Morning Herald
Saturday, November 3, 2012

Megan Johnston

Photograph: The cafe refurbishment includes the original wood panelling, booths and neon sign salvaged from a nearby property and geometric terrazzo floors, which were discovered beneath carpet. Missing pieces such as a counter, soda fountain and display cabinets were sourced from a similar cafe in Inverell and window reproductions were copied from the damaged originals. Photo: Rachel Meszaros

20743:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by The Roxy Complex on 20.10.2012

Article on the Tenterfield area, with reference to the Roxy complex, Bingara

Virgin Australia voyeur

Magazine, October 2012, Issue 135

pp. 62-66

AN ODE TO AUSTRALIA


In the towns, in the rustling of the trees and across the valley of northern NSW, you hear them - tales of man and country, as told through the verses of some of Australia's greatest poets.

Words: Catherine Marshall

The hills in northern New South Wales are stitched together with stories and populated by ghosts. ...

20698:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Roxy Theatre, Bingara, NSW on 28.09.2012

New video about the Roxy, Bingara, on youtube

See the new video about the 75th anniversary celebrations of the Roxy theatre in Bingara, NSW and the reopening of Peters Cafe next door.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fr7vZ1m7naY&feature=youtu.be

Greg Punch filmed the material in April 2011. He has now edited it. It is an excellent brief overview.

Many thanks to Greg, and Newtown Flicks for creating this video.

View other videos about the Roxy at this space.

20592:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 12.07.2012

6° of separation. The Gwydir-Willoughby Council sister city relationship

Gwydir Council, and Willoughby Council in Sydney have a sister-city relationship.

Mandy Stevens has served on Willoughby Council for a number of terms, and a number of years.

Mandy is a SOPHIOS, from Kythera, with LIANOS family connections, by heritage. But before she tripped up to Bingara for the July 4th, 2012, celebrations, as a part of her duties with Willoughby she was oblivious of the significant 'Kytherian' history ...

20591:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 11.07.2012

The event also attracts many vintage bikes

Here, Inverell-resident, Roxyphile, Greek-Australian, long term cafe proprietor, and 'easy rider', Peter Giannes sits astride his classical Harley Davidson.

Peter restores Harley's and Vesper's as a hobby.

He also loves to 'ride'.

Photo taken on Saturday 4th July.

On the weekend of the re-opening of the Roxy Cafe, Bingara.

It was a momentous occasion - the first time in 46 years that the cafe had been re-opened as a Greek-Australian ...

20590:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 11.07.2012

The Rouge Coffee 'hut' - outside the Roxy Cafe Bingara

Saturday 4th July.

A lot of Rouge coffee was sold in the weekend and the week of the opening of the Roxy cafe.

Vio and Ayesha and five of their eight children - Amira, Zacharia, Ramona, Latifa and Hercules - have left Brisbane and their family Italian ristorante behind to make a new home in the town known as the ‘Gem of the New England’.

It was a momentous occasion - the first time in 46 years that the cafe had been re-opened as a Greek-Australian ...

20589:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 11.07.2012

Numerous stalls adorned the full length of Binagara's main street

on the day of the Orange Festival.

The Orange Festival is an annual institution in Bingara.

This year it coincided with the 're-opening' of the Roxy Cafe - after 46 years.

This stall adjoined the street to the right of the Roxy Cafe.

Download pages from the North West Magzine pertaining to the opening of the Roxy Cafe, the Orange Festival, Bingara, the 150th anniversary of the Bingara Public School, and places of historical interest in ...

20588:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 11.07.2012

The Orange Festival Parade rounds the corner at the Roxy 'complex' intersection

The Orange Festival is an annual institution in Bingara.

This year it coincided with the 're-opening' of the Roxy Cafe - after 46 years.

This photograph was taken from the balcony of the Roxy Museum, which is on the first floor, above the Roxy Cafe.

Download pages from the North West Magzine pertaining to the opening of the Roxy Cafe, the Orange Festival, Bingara, the 150th anniversary of the Bingara Public School, and places of historical interest in ...

20587:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 11.07.2012

North-facing front door, the TAFE Hospitality Training kitchen, Roxy 'complex' Bingara

The renovated TAFE which adjoins the rear of the Roxy Cafe, and the interior of the Roxy Theatre, has now been completed.

It will serve a really important function - particularly for residents and youth of Bingara and district.

This has been renovated and furnished to a very high standard.

Note how well integrated the the frontage is with the art deco style of the rest of the Roxy 'complex'.

It creates yet another 'jewel' in the Roxy 'complex' ...

20586:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 11.07.2012

The interior of the TAFE hospitality training college which adjoins the Roxy Cafe

This will serve a really important function - particularly for residents of Bingara and district, when it is opening shortly.

This has been renovated and furnished to a very high standard.

It creates yet another 'jewel' in the Roxy 'complex' crown.

Download pages from the North West Magzine pertaining to the opening of the Roxy Cafe, the Orange Festival, Bingara, the 150th anniversary of the Bingara Public School, and places of historical interest in ...

20585:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 11.07.2012

The Roxy 'complex" and the Roxy Cafe look beautiful at night time

The Roxy Cafe looks infinitely more beautiful at night when it is turned into a fully operational cafe.

The weekend of the 4th July, 2012, was a momentous occasion - the first time in 46 years that the cafe had been re-opened as a Greek-Australian style cafe.

Download pages from the North West Magzine pertaining to the opening of the Roxy Cafe, the Orange Festival, Bingara, the 150th anniversary of the Bingara Public School, and places of historical interest in the region:

20584:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 11.07.2012

The beautiful Roxy 'complex' attracts vintage car tourers on a regular basis

The opening weekend of the Roxy Cafe was no exception. 40 touring car drivers, families and guests, were treated with a dinner on the day - Saturday 4th July.

This was a momentous occasion - the first time in 46 years that the cafe had been re-opened as a Greek-Australian style cafe.

Download pages from the North West Magzine pertaining to the opening of the Roxy Cafe, the Orange Festival, Bingara, the 150th anniversary of the Bingara Public School, and places of historical ...

20583:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 11.07.2012

The new menu for the Roxy Cafe, on formica table top

During the very busy opening few days of the Roxy Cafe.

This photograph was taken on Saturday 4th July.

It was a momentous occasion - the first time in 46 years that the cafe had been re-opened as a Greek-Australian style cafe.

Download pages from the North West Magzine pertaining to the opening of the Roxy Cafe, the Orange Festival, Bingara, the 150th anniversary of the Bingara Public School, and places of historical interest in the region:

20582:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 11.07.2012

Local barista Ben Hutton found time to serve Information Office staff member Jenny Mead

Saturday 4th July.

All staff at the Roxy cafe worked frantically during this very busy period.

It was a momentous occasion - the first time in 46 years that the cafe had been re-opened as a Greek-Australian style cafe.

Download pages from the North West Magzine pertaining to the opening of the Roxy Cafe, the Orange Festival, Bingara, the 150th anniversary of the Bingara Public School, and places of historical interest in the region:

20581:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 11.07.2012

Vio and his staff worked frantically through this very busy period

Saturday 4th July.

Vio and Ayesha and five of their eight children - Amira, Zacharia, Ramona, Latifa and Hercules - have left Brisbane and their family Italian ristorante behind to make a new home in the town known as the ‘Gem of the New England’.

It was a momentous occasion - the first time in 46 years that the cafe had been re-opened as a Greek-Australian style cafe.

Download pages from the North West Magzine pertaining to the opening of the Roxy ...