Peter’s Cafe sign restored in 2010

The Roxy Cafe is now under new management

The story of the Greek Café is a shared chapter in the histories of Greece and Australia, a chapter that is almost over. Very few Greek cafes operate as they did 50 years ago. The Roxy may be the last example of an interwar cinema and café remaining in Australia.

Greek Cafes changed the course of Australia’s cultural history and left a significant legacy on our culinary and cultural landscape. The Roxy is a symbol that epitomises the Greek migration experience: one that made an outstanding contribution to the development of Australia. It is important that this story be shared with future generations

The Roxy has become a place of great historical significance that exhibits local distinctiveness and a sense of place. Its civic pride and confidence in its heritage, in its cultural facilities and collections attracts people from all walks of life, all wanting to share this unique experience.

In March 2019 Tim and Patsy Cox took over the managment of the Roxy cafe.  Since re-opening the doors the Roxy Café has once again become a hub for the Bingara community providing local hospitality, and great food. They also support the entertainment and conferencing activities of the adjacent theatre and meeting rooms.

The café has is an important part of the community and of “destination Bingara” and provides visitors from near (Approximately 186,000 people live within 2 hours) and afar with a unique and memorable experience.

You can contact the Roxy Cafe by calling Tim on 0427 291 672 or via

email at theroxycafe2404@gmail.com

Inside the cafe´after restoration December 2010