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Australian Hellenic Community NSW Sydney east-north


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Profile of the Australian Hellenic community in the Federal electorates in eastern and northern Sydney.

Profile of the Australian Hellenic community in the Federal electorates in eastern and northern Sydney.

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  • 1. The Australian Hellenic community by Federal Electorate (New South Wales – Sydney east and north)A presentation developed by Dr Panayiotis DiamadisAHC (NSW) SecretaryJuly 2010
  • 2. Η Αυστραλιανή Ελληνική παροικία ανά Ομοσπονδιακή εκλογική περιφέριεα(Νέα Νοτίου Ουαλία – ανατολικό και βόρειο Σύδνεϋ)
    Μία παρουσίαση του
    Δρ Παναγιώτη Διαμάντη, Γραμματέας, Αυστραλιανό Ελληνικό Συμβούλιο ΝΝΟ
    Ιούλιος 2010
  • 3. Introduction
    This presentation is designed as a “map” of the Australian Hellenic community. It records community organisations according to the Federal electoral divisions they are located in.
    In particular in the case with churches, parishes do not neatly fit within electoral boundaries. They draw parishioners from a broad geographical region. While the church building may be in a particular seat, the worshippers are drawn from a number of neighbouring seats.
  • 4. Εισαγωγή
    Η παρουσίαση αυτή είναι μιάς μορφής «χάρτης» της Αυστραλιανής Ελληνικής παροικίας. Καταγράφει τους παροικιακούς οργανισμούς σύμφωνα με την Ομοσπονδιακή εκλογική περιφέρεια στην οποία βρίσκονται.
    Στην περίπτωση των εκκλησιών, οι ενορίες δεν ταιρίαζουν με με τα σύνορα των εκλογικών περιφερειών. Προσελκύουν τους πιτσούς από μία ευρύ γεωγραφική περιοχή.Επομένος, μπορεί να βρίσκετε μία εκκλησία σε κάποια έδρα,οι πιστοί όμως έρχονται από διάφορες γειτονικές έδρες.
  • 5. There are a number of purposes in creating these presentations. Firstly, to document where the Australian Hellenic community operates, where it is active.
  • 6. Υπάρχουν διάφοροι λόγοι για τους οποίους δημιουργήθηκαν οι παρουσιασεις αυτές. Πρώτον, να καταγράψουμε που δραστηριοποιείται η Αυστραλιανή Ελληνική παροικία. Σε ποιά μέρη της Αυστραλίας.
  • 7. Secondly, to document where the Australian Hellenic community lives. Statistics such as language, religion and birthplace offer some reliable indications. Mapping Australian Hellenic community institutions add another dimension to this data.
    : Clusters of “Greek-born” residents of Sydney.
  • 8. Δεύτερον, να καταγραφεί που ζει η Αυστραλιανή Ελληνική παροικία. Οι στατιστικές περί γλώσσας, θρησκείας και τόπος γεννήσεως προσφέρουν αρκετά αξιόλογα στοιχεία. Η καταγραφή των ιδρυμάτων της Αυστραλιανής Ελληνικής παροικίας προσθέτει μία ακόμη διάσταση στα στοιχεία αυτά.
    Περιοχές του Σύδνεϋ όπου ζουν άτομα γεννημένα στην Ελλάδα.
  • 9. Thirdly, to demonstrate how diverse and active the Australian Hellenic community is, present in urban centres as well as regional ones across the country. Below: St Nikolaos Orthodox Church, Coober Pedy, South Australia (middle of map).
  • 10. Τρίτον, να αποδείξουμε το πόσο δραστήρια είναι η Αυστραλιανή Ελληνική παροικία. Έχει παρουσία τόσο στα αστικά κέντρα όσο και σε άλλες περιοχές σε ολόκληρη την χώρα. Κάτω:Η εκκλησία του Αγίου Νικολάου στο Coober Pedy της Νοτίου Αυστραλίας. (κέντρο του χάρτη)
  • 11. The intended audiences of these presentations are equally diverse:
    • the Australian Hellenic community itself;
    • 12. the Federal, regional and local political leaderships of Australia;
    • 13. the governments of the Hellenic Republic and the Republic of Cyprus;
    • 14. researchers of Australian Hellenism.
    On behalf of the Australian Hellenic Council (NSW), I hope you find these presentations interesting and useful in equal measure.
    Dr Panayiotis Diamadis
    AHC (NSW) Secretary
  • 15. Οι παρουσιάσεις δημιουργήθηκαν για:
    • την ίδια την Αυστραλιανή Ελληνική παροικία
    • 16. τις πολιτικές ηγεσίες της Αυστραλίας σε ομοσπονδιακό, περιφερειακό και τοπικό επίπεδο
    • 17. τις κυβερνήσεις της Ελληνικής Δημοκρατίας και της Κυπριακής Δημοκρατίας
    • 18. τους ερευνητές του Αυστραλιώτη Ελληνισμού.
    Εκ μέρους του Αυστραλιανού Ελληνικού Συμβουλίου Νέας Νοτίου ουαλίας, ελπίζω να βρίσκετε τις παρουσιάσεις αυτές εξ ίσου ενδιαφέρουσες όσο και χρήσιμες.
    Δρ Παναγιώτης Διαμάντης
    Αυστραλιανό Ελληνικό Συμβούλιο (ΝΝΟ)
  • 19. Electoral Division of Bennelong
  • 20. The Hon Maxine McKew
    Parliamentary Secretary for Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Local Government
    Office: Epping
  • 21.
  • 22. Estia Foundation – St Andrew’s House, Gladesville
  • 23. Estia Foundation of Australia
    An initiative of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia, Estia provides respite care for young adults with physical and intellectual disabilities.
    Established in 1994, Estia’s respite houses service about 100 multicultural families annually.
  • 24. Electoral Division of Berowra
  • 25. The Hon Philip Ruddock
    Liberal Party
    Office: Pennant Hills
  • 26. St Therapontas Orthodox Church (Est. 2008)323-325 Pennant Hills Road, Thornleigh
  • 27. Electoral Division of Bradfield
  • 28. Mr Paul Fletcher
    Liberal Party
    Office: Lindfield
  • 29. Electoral Division of Mackellar
  • 30. The Hon Bronwyn Bishop
    Liberal Party
    Office: Dee Why
  • 31. Electoral Division of North Sydney
  • 32. The Hon Joe Hockey
    Liberal Party
    Office: North Sydney
  • 33. Archangels Michael and Gabriel Orthodox Church 49-59 Holtermann Street, Crow’s Nest
  • 34. Electoral Division of Sydney
  • 35. The Hon Tanya Plibersek
    Minister for Housing
    Minister for the Status of Women
    Office: Broadway
  • 36. Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia242 Cleveland Street, Redfern
  • 37. Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia
    The Archdiocese of Australia and New Zealand was established by the Holy Synod of the Oecumenical Patriarchate in Constantinople (Istanbul) in 1924. Below: the Archdiocese complex at Redfern, NSW.
  • 38. Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia Cathedral of the Annunciation
    242 Cleveland Street, Redfern
  • 39. Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of AustraliaSir Arthur and Lady Renee George House242 Cleveland Street, Redfern
  • 40. Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of AustraliaSt Andrew’s Theological College242 Cleveland Street, Redfern
  • 41. Hellenic Club of Sydney251-253 Elizabeth St, Sydney
  • 42. Hellenic Club of Sydney
    The Hellenic Club of Sydney was founded in 1925 as a secular organisation encompasing all Hellenes, regardless of region of origin.
    It has been in its current premises on Elizabeth Street since the late 1950s.
  • 43. Building behind Hellenic House, Castlereagh Street, Sydney (property of the Hellenic Club of Sydney)
  • 44. Laiki Bank House
    219-223 Castlereagh Street, Sydney
    This 1925 building today houses the Consulate-General of the Hellenic Republic as well as the the headquarters of Laiki Bank Australia.
  • 45. St Sophia Orthodox Church411A Bourke Street (Taylor Square), Darlinghurst
  • 46. Sts Konstantine and Helene Orthodox Church, 378 King Street, Newtown
  • 47. Greek Welfare Centre378 King Street, Newtown
  • 48. Dormition of Our Lady Orthodox Church 360 Abercrombie Street Redfern
  • 49. Holy Trinity Orthodox Church Bourke Street, Surry Hills(Built 1897-1898)Oldest Orthodox church in the southern hemisphere.
  • 50. St Sophia Orthodox Cathedral (1925)302South Dowling Street, Darlinghurst
  • 51. Saint Sophia Hall, 6 Napier Street, Paddington. Operating as Kudos Gallery.
  • 52. Cnr Oxford and South Dowling Streets, Darlinghurst.
  • 53. Oxford Street, Darlinghurst.
  • 54. 431 Elizabeth Street, Central. Property of the Order of AHEPA Australasia
  • 55. Kytherian Association of Australia
    PO BOX A203, Sydney South NSW 1235
    Association of people from the Ionian island of Kythera, founded in 1922. in the waters between Kythera and Antikythera, the famed Antikythera Mechanism was recovered over a century ago.
  • 56. Church of the God of Prophecy (Hellenic Protestant), 285 Abercrombie Street, Redfern.
  • 57. Electoral Division of Warringah
  • 58. The Hon Tony Abbott
    Liberal Party
    Leader of the Opposition
    Office: Manly
  • 59. Electoral Division of Wentworth
  • 60. The Hon Malcolm Turnbull
    Liberal Party
    Office: Edgecliff
  • 61. St George Orthodox ChurchNewcastle Street, Rose Bay