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submitted by Roxy Museum Bingara on 29.11.2013

Gold mining machinery at the Bingara park and barbecue area

Equipment used by the All Nations Goldmine, which operated from 1860-1948, producing 15.5kg of gold.

The rehabilitation of the equipment was funded by the NSW Department of Mineral Resources in co-operation with the Bingara Council and the Bingara Lions Club. The work was coordinated by the Soil Conservation Service of NSW, 1895-1986.

Visited by Belrose Rotarians during the

Belrose Rotarians, pilgrimage to Bingara

Thursday 26th to Sunday ...

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submitted by Roxy Museum Bingara on 29.11.2013

Belrose Rotarians enjoying a meal together at the Imperial Hotel, Bingara

The food is excellent at the "Imperial".

Belrose Rotarians, pilgrimage to Bingara

Thursday 26th to Sunday 29th September 2013


The 75th anniversary of the Roxy was celebrated on the weekend of April 9th and 10th 2011, with the official launch of the (then) recently renovated Peters & Co Cafe and the Roxy museum, film screenings in the Roxy Theatre, and historic tours of the Roxy. On the Saturday night, a panagiri type festival was held; a black-tie ...

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submitted by Roxy Museum Bingara on 29.11.2013

Chris Brownlee, bus proprietor, and driver for the Belrose Rotarians pilgrimage to the Roxy. Bingara

Chris and his wife Miriam own and operate Garigal Tours.

Belrose Rotarians, pilgrimage to Bingara

Thursday 26th to Sunday 29th September 2013


The 75th anniversary of the Roxy was celebrated on the weekend of April 9th and 10th 2011, with the official launch of the (then) recently renovated Peters & Co Cafe and the Roxy museum, film screenings in the Roxy Theatre, and historic tours of the Roxy. On the ...

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submitted by Roxy Museum Bingara on 27.11.2013

Belrose Rotarian President Alf Guy, and George C Poulos

listening and learning about the Living Classroom project, on site, Bingara, NSW.

Alf Guy was very enthusiastic about many of the initiatives undertaken in the town of Bingara, and the natural beauty of the the surrounding district.

Belrose Rotarians, pilgrimage to Bingara

Thursday 26th to Sunday 29th September 2013


The 75th anniversary of the Roxy was celebrated on the weekend of April 9th and 10th 2011, with the official launch ...

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submitted by Roxy Museum Bingara on 27.11.2013

Belrose Rotarians, on the Brownlee bus, during their pilgrimage to Bingara

Belrose Rotarians, pilgrimage to Bingara

Thursday 26th to Sunday 29th September 2013


The 75th anniversary of the Roxy was celebrated on the weekend of April 9th and 10th 2011, with the official launch of the (then) recently renovated Peters & Co Cafe and the Roxy museum, film screenings in the Roxy Theatre, and historic tours of the Roxy. On the Saturday night, a panagiri type festival was held; a black-tie gala ball with a twist. The main street was closed off. ...

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submitted by Roxy Museum Bingara on 27.11.2013

The Roxy Cinema always has that

as Kos Psaltis explains it later in this article.

Kos had organised a Rotarian visit to Bingara.

The now famous Landline program on the 75th Anniversary celebrations at the Roxy is playing on the screen.

Belrose Rotarians, pilgrimage to Bingara

Thursday 26th to Sunday 29th September 2013


The 75th anniversary of the Roxy was celebrated on the weekend of April 9th and 10th 2011, with the official launch of the (then) ...

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submitted by Roxy Museum Bingara on 27.11.2013

Helen Psaltis (nee Trefilly), Kos Psaltis and Joanne Psaltis (nee Flaskas)

photographed during the recent

Belrose Rotarians, pilgrimage to Bingara

Thursday 26th to Sunday 29th September 2013


The 75th anniversary of the Roxy was celebrated on the weekend of April 9th and 10th 2011, with the official launch of the (then) recently renovated Peters & Co Cafe and the Roxy museum, film screenings in the Roxy Theatre, and historic tours of the Roxy. On the Saturday night, a panagiri type festival was held; a black-tie gala ball ...

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submitted by Roxy Museum Bingara on 15.11.2013

Glass toilet sign which used to be placed in front of illuminated boxes

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submitted by Roxy Museum Bingara on 15.11.2013

Plate from Peters & Co cafe at Kyogle

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submitted by Roxy Museum Bingara on 15.11.2013

Coffee cup and saucer from Peters & Co café in Kyogle

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submitted by Roxy Museum Bingara on 15.11.2013

Crockery from Peters & Co café in Kyogle

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submitted by Roxy Museum Bingara on 14.11.2013

Convergence Associates was incorporated in 1996

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submitted by Neos Kosmos, Melbourne on 14.11.2013

Bingara Dreaming. The Greeks who transformed outback Australia

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submitted by Neos Kosmos, Melbourne on 14.11.2013

Emanuel Aroney (left) with customers in the 1920s.

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submitted by Roxy Museum Bingara on 14.11.2013

Members of Convergence Associates, Camberwell, Melbourne

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submitted by Neos Kosmos, Melbourne on 14.11.2013

Jenni Klempfner of Convergence Associates with Roxy Museum Committee Member George C Poulos

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submitted by Namoi Valley Independent on 10.10.2013

Crockery, teapot and menu from the Busy Bee Cafe on display at Gunnedah Watertower Museum

Busy Bee Cafe at National Museum

BY MARIE HOBSON

Namoi Valley Independent. Thursday Oct 3, 2013, page 5.

Photograph: The Busy Bee Cafe as most people remember it in 2003.

View / download a .pdf of the article:

Busy Bee Cafe C.pdf


Local residents who have fond memories of the Greek cafes scattered along Conadilly Street were saddened ...

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submitted by Namoi Valley Independent on 10.10.2013

Busy Bee Cafe at National Museum

BY MARIE HOBSON

Namoi Valley Independent. Thursday Oct 3, 2013, page 5.

Photograph: The Busy Bee Cafe as most people remember it in 2003.

View / download a .pdf of the article:

Busy Bee Cafe C.pdf

Local residents who have fond memories of the Greek cafes scattered along Conadilly Street were saddened when the Busy Bee closed its doors for the last time six years ...

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submitted by Neos Kosmos, Melbourne on 06.12.2013

Busy Bee given second chance

Original furnishings and fixtures from the Greek cafe Busy Bee will feature in a new five year exhibition

Neos Kosmos, Melbourne, 23 Sep 2013

Photograph: Loula Zantiotis (nee Cassimatis) at the Busy Bee Cafe as her many customers and friends remember her.
Photograph: Namoi Valley Independent

In a special five year commitment, the National Museum of Australia will permanently house a Greek Café collection, with original furnishings and fixtures. ...

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submitted by Kathy Calokerinos on 29.04.2013

My brother John Paul Calokerinos

who was a real star in the lead up to and on the day of the Canberra cafe celebrations. 30th March, 2013.

He worked really really hard.

He is sporting the Canberra cafe T-shirt which he also helped to design.

Overview

A special celebration will be held at the Canberra Cafe on Easter Sunday 31 March 2013 in the township of Manilla.

The program involves:
• a public celebration from 2pm to 5pm- (we envisage up ...