Saturday, January 4, 2014

Greeks moving and immigrating to Australia

 Melbourne, Australia has the largest Greek population outside of Greece!

If you are from Greece or Greek and thinking of moving to Australia at some point, I have some good news!

I was plugging away on the internet when I cam across a number of resources claiming that the city of Melbourne, Australia has the largest Greek population outside of Greece! 

Good news in deed for anyone leaving their home country as this means there will probably be a lot of Greek shops Cafe's, restaurants etc in Australia. There is nothing worse than immigrating to another country and no having anything of home there with you.

I know we often move to get away from our countries, but believe me there will come a time when you miss your home country.
The most prevalent peoples in Greater Melbourne (Greater Capital City Statistical Areas) are English 21.1%, Australian 20.7%, Irish 6.9%, Scottish 5.7%, Italian 5.5% and Greek 5.0%.
Melbourne has the world's third largest Greek-speaking population after Athens and Thessaloniki (Melbourne's Greek sister city). The cultural diversity is reflected in the city's restaurants serving various international cuisines.

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