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submitted by Koula Veneris on 31.05.2014

The Riverina Cafe, Albury NSW

The Riverina Cafe in Dean St Albury was owned by Dimitrios Veneris and his sons George and John Veneris between 1954 and 1977. This photo of George was taken in the early 1970's.

22401:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Koula Veneris on 31.05.2014

Menu from the Hume Weir Cafe, Albury NSW

Menu from the late 1940's-1950's

22400:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Koula Veneris on 31.05.2014

Menu from the Hume Weir Cafe, Albury NSW

Menu from the late 1940's-1950's

22399:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Koula Veneris on 31.05.2014

Hume Weir Cafe, Albury NSW 1953

George Travassaros owner of the Hume Weir Cafe in Dean St Albury.

22398:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Koula Veneris on 31.05.2014

The Spot Cafe, Albury NSW

The Spot Cafe in Dean St Albury owned by Dimitrios Veneris. The three waitresses were Australian ladies. The men in the photo from left to right were John Veneris, Dimitrios Veneris, Andreas Fatseas and George Veneris. John and George were Dimitrios' sons.
Photo taken in the early 1950's.

22368:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Roxy Museum Bingara on 19.05.2014

The presence of a donkey is mandatory at grand Roxy functions

This Bingara local will soon star in a movie about Simpson's donkey, set in Gallipoli.

Grand Opening of the Roxy Museum

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Report_ Roxy_Greek_ Museum_Opening _Bingara_April_2014.pdf

Bingara is located approximately 600kms north of Sydney and 500kms south of Brisbane in the New England ...

22367:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Roxy Museum Bingara on 19.05.2014

One of the antique cars that made the journey to Bingara

to be part of the Grand Opening of the Roxy Museum

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Report_ Roxy_Greek_ Museum_Opening _Bingara_April_2014.pdf

Bingara is located approximately 600kms north of Sydney and 500kms south of Brisbane in the New England Tablelands. It lies centrally in the New England North West region, between the major ...

22366:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Roxy Museum Bingara on 19.05.2014

Some of the beautiful antique cars that made the journey to Bingara

to be part of the Grand Opening of the Roxy Museum

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Report_ Roxy_Greek_ Museum_Opening _Bingara_April_2014.pdf

Bingara is located approximately 600kms north of Sydney and 500kms south of Brisbane in the New England Tablelands. It lies centrally in the New England North West region, between the major ...

22365:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Roxy Museum Bingara on 19.05.2014

Leeah Daley (right) with Max Eastcott and his wife Lisa (centre)

at the grand opening ceremony of the Roxy Museum

Max Eastcott, General Manager at Gwydir Shire Council, and Leeah Daley, Assistant General Manager, should also be acknowledged with deep gratitude. Over more than a decade they have ensured that the 'vision' of the Roxy complex, particularly its Greek facet, has received the unmitigated support of the Gwydir Shire Council. Council Executives with less vision and courage may not have 'followed through' with the Project.

22338:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Roxy Museum Bingara on 13.05.2014

Max Eastcott with wife Lisa at the Roxy Greek Museum opening

Max Eastcott, General Manager at Gwydir Shire Council, and Leeah Daley, Assistant General Manager, should also be acknowledged with deep gratitude. Over more than a decade they have ensured that the 'vision' of the Roxy complex, particularly its Greek facet, has received the unmitigated support of the Gwydir Shire Council. Council Executives with less vision and courage may not have 'followed through' with the Project.

Grand Opening of the Roxy Museum

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22295:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Roxy Museum Bingara on 13.05.2014

Olive trees planted adjacent to the Roxy 'complex' Bingara

View from the Roxy Cafe (eastern) end.

These plants, eight (8) in total form were sold for $500 each, in memory of past Greek-Australian immigrants to Australia, and the children of immigrants.

The olive grove concept is part of the Roxy Greek Museum opening ceremony.

Youn are encouraged to pay tribute to a Greek family member or friend who has made the journey to Australia by purchasing an olive tree

Now is your opportunity to make a lasting ...

22294:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Roxy Museum Bingara on 13.05.2014

Established olive trees adjoining the northern wall of the Roxy 'complex' Bingara

These plants, eight (8) in total form were sold for $500 each, in memory of past Greek-Australian immigrants to Australia, and the children of immigrants.

The olive grove concept is part of the Roxy Greek Museum opening ceremony.

Youn are encouraged to pay tribute to a Greek family member or friend who has made the journey to Australia by purchasing an olive tree

Now is your opportunity to make a lasting tribute to your family and friends. For $100 you ...

22293:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Roxy Museum Bingara on 13.05.2014

Avenue of Olive Trees Memorial Garden

Located in The Living Classroom, ecological area, Bingara NSW, and incorporated into the Roxy Museum project.

Pay tribute to a Greek family member or friend who has made the journey to Australia by purchasing an olive tree

Now is your opportunity to make a lasting tribute to your family and friends. For $100 you can purchase an olive tree to be planted in the Bingara Olive Grove.

22292:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Roxy Museum Bingara on 13.05.2014

Olive Tree Memorial Garden

As part of the Roxy Greek Museum opening ceremony

Pay tribute to a Greek family member or friend who has made the journey to Australia by purchasing an olive tree

Now is your opportunity to make a lasting tribute to your family and friends. For $100 you can purchase an olive tree to be planted in the Bingara Olive Grove.

The Olive Tree Grove provides a unique opportunity to honor our immigrant forbears, family members and friends. It is a permanent reminder ...

22290:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Roxy Museum Bingara on 13.05.2014

Roxy founders grand children and a god child after the tree planting ceremony

conducted at the Roxy Museum opening, Sunday 6th April, 2014.

The Founders tree was planted opposite the northern window of the Roxy Cafe. It was planted in honour of the founders of the Roxy, Emanuel Aroney (from the village of Aroniadika), Peter Feros (from the village of Mitata) and George Psaltis (from the village of Frilingianika), Kythera.

Photograph: (Left to right) Peter Aroney, Emmanuel Aroney, James Aroney, Peter Prineas and Arthur (Athanasios) Stathakis.

22289:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Roxy Museum Bingara on 13.05.2014

The Founders tree was planted on the corner of Cunningham Street, Bingara

Opposite the northern window of the Roxy Cafe.

It was planted in honour of the founders of the Roxy, Emanuel Aroney (from the village of Aroniadika), Peter Feros (from the village of Mitata) and George Psaltis (from the village of Frilingianika), Kythera.

Photograph: Athur (Athanasios) Stathakis, godson of George Psaltis is seen here shovelling the last bit of soil around the roots.

Standing on the far right is Peter Prineas, grandson of Peter Feros, ...

22288:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Roxy Museum Bingara on 06.05.2014

The Sunday Program included the very important Olive Tree planting at 10:00 am

Photograph: Tim Cox, Assistant Finance Manager, Gwydir Shire Council, conducting the olive tree planting ceremony in honour of the founders of the Roxy, Emanuel Aroney (from the village of
Aroniadika), Peter Feros (from the village of Mitata) and George Psaltis (from the village of Frilingianika), Kythera.

The tree over Tim's right shoulder is one of the eight (8) well established olive trees that have been sold for $500 each. They have been planted on the verge of the footpath ...

22287:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Ellinon Logos Newspaper on 13.05.2014

Roxy. The Hellenic Museum in Bingara

Greek article published in the Ellinon Logos Newspaper, Saturday May 3rd, 2014, page 28.

The article is an abridged Greek version of the report

Ellinon_Logos_Greek_Article_on_Roxy_Museum Sat_May_3rd_2014_p28.pdf

Grand Opening of the Roxy Museum

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22286:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Roxy Museum Bingara on 13.05.2014

The outdoor setting led to a great deal of conviviality and generated much kefi

at the Roxy Museum opening Ball. 5th April, 2014, Bingara, NSW.

Greek Roxy Museum completes the Roxy masterpiece

Grand Opening of the Roxy Museum


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Greek-Museum-Opening-Program_April_5_&_6_2014.pdf

Bingara is located approximately 600kms north of Sydney and 500kms south of Brisbane ...

22285:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by North West Magazine on 05.05.2014

Greek heritage preserved at Bingara’s famous Roxy Theatre

Photograph: Shane Jacobson and Paul Hogan admire Bingara’s Roxy Theatre.

Greek_Heritage_Preserved_North_West_Magazine_Mar_31_2014_p_6.pdf

After years of planning and fundraising the vision of the Roxy Greek Museum is finally coming to fruition as the installation of the museum commenced last week in the downstairs wing of the Roxy Theatre, heralding the final chapter ...