Greek precinct - City of Melbourne
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Athens might be a world away, but Grecian delights await discovery in Melbourne's Greek precinct. At all hours of the day and night, this precinct is buzzing.​
Image of The Greek Centre
The Greek Centre for Contemporary Culture (operated by The Greek Community of Melbourne), houses four levels dedicated to the interests of all Greek Australians.
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As distinctively Melbourne as a laneway wine bar or winter football match at the ’G, Stalactites is one of the city’s oldest and best-known restaurants.
Image of Melina on the Rooftop
Melina on the Rooftop has amazing views, friendly staff and an architecturally designed interior. Unwind, with a drink in hand. Enjoy delicious meze, with a Greek/Mediterranean menu.
Image of Hellenic Museum
The Hellenic Museum is committed to safeguarding the past, celebrating the present and promoting the future of Hellenic artistic and cultural heritage. The museum supports the visual arts, film, music, architecture, history, culture and education.
Image of International Diethnes Cakes
For Greek-style cakes, pastries, tarts and slices, plus other popular desserts, head to International Diethnes Cakes in Melbourne’s Greek precinct.
Image of Caras The Greek Shop
Caras is specialist importer of Greek music CDs and DVDs, with the latest chart topping music straight from Greece. Caras is also your total Greek store with a wide range of Greek paraphernalia, souvenirs and gifts.
Image of Tsindos Greek Restaurant
Tsindos prides itself on friendly service and provides a warm family atmosphere with traditional Greek cuisine. The Greek-speaking staff provide a warm welcoming environment, so you can experience a bit of Greece in Melbourne.


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