Cypriot Community of Western Australia
The Cypriot Community of West Australia was established in 1974 after the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in July of 1974.
The Greek Cypriots living in West Australia at that time got together and organised aid and support for the Greek Cypriot refugees and as a result of these efforts established the beginnings of the Cypriot Community which has now grown to have a membership of hundreds of Greek Cypriots and fellow Hellenic’s.
The aims of the Community are to promote contact between members by organising functions and activities and to encourage the youth to interact with the community.
The Community does not, at present, have its own premises but uses other Greek functions centres for its activities.
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- Panayia tou Kykkou I…
- Posted 3 months ago
The Cypriot Community of Western Australia are pleased to present the Panayia tou Kykkou Icon for all to see and pay respect to on Sunday 11th September 2016.
The Birthday of…
- World Economic Forum…
- Posted 10 months ago
Cyprus, at the intersection between Europe and the Middle East, has been divided for over a generation. Ongoing negotiations between the Greek Cypriot and the Turkish Cypriot community have spurred…
- Perth Glendi 2015
- Posted 11 months ago
Perth Greek Glendi
Glendi it’s Greek for Party!
Sunday 23rd October 2016
A taste of Greece in Perth
The Perth Glendi Greek Festival is going to be a fun filled day of Hellenic culture,…
- Alex and Eve – a mis…
- Posted 1 year ago
Now available on DVD from JB Hi-Fi
ALEX & EVE, a family comedy about dating in a multicultural Australia!
What will happen when school teacher Alex (Richard Brancatisano) brings home Lebanese Muslim…
- The ultimate goal is…
- Posted 1 year ago
The President of the Republic will not put to a referendum a solution plan which he himself disagrees with and which he believes does not meet the expectations of the…
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