The Greek Herald teams up with businesses for ‘Five Days of Christmas Giveaways’


With Christmas less than three weeks away, what better time for The Greek Herald to launch its ‘Five Days of Christmas Giveaway.’

We are teaming up with a number of Greek businesses to give you – our loyal readers – a chance to win gifts ranging from bespoke products such as clothing, children’s books, food delicacies, cooking utensils, and much more!

The competition will run from Monday, December 11 until Friday, December 15 on The Greek Herald‘s social media pages (Facebook, Instagram and Twitter).

To enter, you need to LIKE the social media post, FOLLOW The Greek Herald‘s page and the page of the business, and TAG the person you think deserves a special gift this Christmas!

All winners will be announced on Saturday, December 16.

Below are this year’s participating businesses and what they are giving away:

Oasis Coffee

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OASIS Coffee of Champions Gift Set.

OASIS has been brewing up business in Australia since 1969, helping fuel the country’s renowned love affair with coffee. Melbourne-made with freshly roasted, blended and pulverised beans for an authentic tasting Greek style coffee, OASIS has become a household name.  

Delight your loved ones this Christmas with an OASIS Coffee of Champions Gift Set valued at $150.

Included in the gift set is:

Mary’s Kouzina

mary's kouzina
Gift to be won by Mary’s Kouzina.

Mary Politis is the mastermind behind Mary’s Kouzina, a food blog and small business that preserves cultural tradition through home style Greek cooking. Recently she has also released a series of festive-themed tea towels, tablecloths and cooking utensils.

In our giveaway, Mary’s Kouzina is giving you a chance to win:

Girls with Gems

girls with gems

Girls with Gems is giving away a $100 voucher as part of our giveaway.

Girls with Gems is an Australian high end women’s fashion boutique. Girls with Gems is home to high end Australian and International Designers with exclusive collections launching weekly. Happy shopping!

Greek Providore

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Greek Providore gift.

Greek Providore import and supply Australians with the highest quality Greek products. Their focus is on sustainable organic farmers and producers of the highest quality.

As part of our giveaway, Greek Providore is giving away a Gourmet Greek Hamper valued at $225. Included in the hamper will be:

  • Mrs Dry Red wine from Manousakis Winery in Crete.
  • Dear Greece Mastiha Cookies.
  • Fisherman’s Spice Blend from Sparoza Handmade.
  • Greek Coffee from Andrianos Roasters.
  • Extra Virgin Olive Oil from Tombazis Olive Grove.
  • Wild Flower Honey from Melimnos.
  • Handmade Apple and Cinnamon Jam from Marmeliza.
  • Beetroot Pate.
  • Porcini Sea Salt from Neolea.
  • Honey Pasteli from Foodscross.


Enter to win this gift from Stelakis.

Stelakis was founded by Melbourne mum Panagiota Andreadakis and is an online store for children’s Greek bilingual educational books and products. As part of our giveaway, Stelakis is giving away two of her new books:




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