The Greek Club

About The Greek Club The early 1920s saw the flourishing of the Greek community within the suburbs of West End and South Brisbane. In 1944, The Greek Community of St George was founded, followed by...

Youth (GOYA)

Greek Orthodox Youth of Australia Brisbane Branch. What is GOYA? The Greek Orthodox Youth of Australia, or GOYA, is a national youth program of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia. Its main activities within...

TAHSC Sports Centre

The Australian Hellenic Sports Centre (TAHSC) Jointly established by the Queensland Government and The Greek Orthodox Community of St George, The Australian Hellenic Sports Centre (TAHSC) has been designed to provide the local community...

Paniyiri

The Story of Paniyiri The Paniyiri Greek Festival is Queensland’s signature celebration of all things Greek and the largest two day ethnic festival in Australia. The famous annual odyssey, when Brisbane experiences Hellenic hospitality...

Nursing Home

St Nicholas Nursing Home and Hostel During the forty years, since its establishment, the Philoptochos Society of St George, included in its activities, assistance to the migrants, visits to nursing homes to comfort the...

Hellenic Dancers

History of the Hellenic Dancers, Brisbane 1977 saw the formation of Brisbane’s “Hellenic Dancers”. Since then the group has spent over 30 years promoting and preserving Greek Culture predominately through traditional dance. As ambassadors...

Greek Ethnic School

Greek School From the time of its establishment, the Greek Orthodox Community of St George showed great interest in the promotion of the Greek language and the Greek culture. In order to achieve this,...

GOC Care

GOC CARE Aged and Community Care Services Mission Statement GOC Care will provide community-based responses which support people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds (CALDB) and the general community to remain at home and...

Cultural

Cultural The Cultural Committee of the Greek Orthodox Community of St George was established in 1974 under the chairmanship of the Late Alex Freeleagus, Consul General for Greece in Queensland. The cultural committee successfully...