Bingara Roxy Museum Grand Opening Celebrations


The Bingara Roxy Greek Museum was officially opened on Saturday the 5th of April, 2014.

The Roxy Museum which was opened by Her Excellency Professor Marie Bashir AC Governor of NSW will become a place of national significance that conserves and protects the important cultural association between people and place. The Museum documents the history of Greek settlement in Australia, with particular reference to the Greek involvement in cafés throughout New South Wales and Queensland.

As part of the two day event there were guided tours of the museum, antique car displays, movie screenings in the Roxy Theatre and talks by special guests. The highlight of the weekend was the Gala Ball on Saturday evening. Bringing the glamour of the 1930s back to Bingara, the dinner was an unforgettable evening of Greek feasting and festivity under the stars with entertainment by Australia’s top Greek dance band Ha Va Le.

Click on the youtube link below to watch some of the festivities of the night.


Would you like to contribute to the Roxy Museum?

The Roxy Greek Museum is interested in hearing from you if you have objects or photographs that you might like to offer to the collection. For more information please contact the museum curator Peter Prineas on 0429 322 857.

Let us know if you would like to make a financial donation to the Museum.

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Roxy Museum Collection

Roxy Museum collection: Luxury Theatre Walgett complimentary fans, late 1930s. From Nina Conomos and family.

Roxy Museum collection: plate with Niagara Cafe Gundagai logo. Donated by the Loukassis family Gundagai NSW (pictured below).

plateLogo plate from Niagara Cafe, Gundagai - Loukassis family









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