Huge Greek Paniyiri to come to Sydney this Australia Day

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A traditional Greek Paniyiri is coming to the inner-west Sydney suburb of Marrickville on Australia Day this year, the Greek Festival of Sydney has announced.

The free Paniyiri will be held at the Addison Road Community Centre in Marrickville from 11am to 6pm on Thursday, January 26.

Free live music and Greek food including lamb on the spit and loukoumades will be available on the day. There will also be plenty of activities for children.

Any funds raised on the day will be donated to the Greek Community Home for the Aged.

The Paniyiri is one of three major events being held by the Greek Festival of Sydney this year to celebrate their 40th anniversary.

Other events include:

  • Greek Fest Darling Harbour: Sunday, 19th February 2023 | 10am – 10pm. Tumbalong Park, Darling Harbour. Free local and international talent, food and drinks, market stalls, dance performances and more, this much-loved annual festival is not to be missed. International act to be announced.
  • Return to Brighton: May 2023, Brighton-Le-Sands. After 20 years absence, Brighton streets are once again lined with our blue and white flag. Celebration of rich Greek history and influence that remains strong today. Free live music, food and drinks, market stalls, and dance performances.

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