"The Evzones Collection" marches into Sydney for exhibition before heading to Athens War Museum


"The Evzones Collection" by Nick Bourdaniotis is opening in Sydney, May 2022, then Athens War Museum, Greece in 2023.

Following the success of the preview exhibitions at the National Museum of Australia in Canberra and at the Australian Maritime Museum in Sydney, the highly praised and breathtaking photographic exhibition of Greece's Presidential Guards entitled 'The Evzones Collection" by Nick Bourdaniotis, will now have its first public viewing in Sydney.

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The Hellenic Club of Sydney is proudly hosting this first open public viewing of  'The Evzones Collection" at the newly renovated building at ‘Beta – The Grand'.

Exhibition director Mr George Karantonis and exhibition curator Ms Eirini Alligiannis will be on hand to guide visitors through this unique photographic collection, showcasing Greece’s favourite sons: the elite and highly revered soldiers of the Greek Presidential Guard, known as the Evzones, in a rare, behind the scenes look at the routines, ceremonies and national commitments in their daily lives.

Athens War Museum

During the preview event at the Australian Maritime Museum in Sydney, Mr Bourdaniotis proudly announced to all those in attendance that 'The Evzones Collection" has been proudly invited to exhibit at the Athens War Museum in 2023, where thirty-three photos will be showcased for a month, in time for Greece’s 25th of March, Greek Independence Day celebrations.

"The Evzones Collection" so far...

More than 7,000 people have attended The Evzones Collection by Nick Bourdaniotis exhibitions across Australia so far and have helped raise over $40,000 for charities nationally. 

Notably, "The Evzones Collection" also caught the attention of  Dr Lina Mendoni, Greek Minister for Culture and Sports, who during her speech at a recent event held in her honour by the Consulate General of Greece in Sydney, praised the exhibition for its professionalism, artistic merit, and cultural significance.

Information for the Sydney Public Exhibition:

When:  Sydney: 27 – 29 May 2022.
Venue:  Beta – The Grand.
Address:  Level 2, 238 Castlereagh St, Sydney, NSW, 2000 (Above Alpha Restaurant)


  • Friday 27 May 12:00pm – 8:30pm
  • Saturday 28 May: 12:00pm – 4:30pm
  • Saturday 28 May: 6.30pm – 11:00pm (Dinner hosted by the Kalymnian Association of NSW) Everyone is welcome. 4 course banquet, with drinks included. Tickets $120per adult / $60per child (5-12yrs). Bookings via https://www.trybooking.com/BZGNU
  • Sunday 29 May: 12:00pm – 5:30pm

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Kalymnian Association of NSW

Kytherian Association of Australia
Hellenic Club of Canberra


The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia
Greek City Times
Image Smart
Hellenic Club Sydney
Greek National Day Council Victoria
Oakleigh Grammar Victoria
The Holy Monastery of St Nectarios
Greek Welfare Centre of SA – St Philothei
The Greek Orthodox Community of St George, Brisbane
Australian National Maritime Museum
National Museum Of Australia
St Basil's NSW/ACT
Sydney Restaurant Group
Williams Fashion Logistics


About Nick Bourdaniotis

They say a picture is worth a thousand words, and in that case, the work of Nick Bourdaniotis, the Director of Photography for Greek City Times, is worth millions.

Through his lens, he has captured the feeling and passion we all have inside of us for our Greek heritage. That strong love and emotion we can't describe in words.

And now, for the first time, Nick has put together his favourite photos in an exhibition called "The Evzones Collection by Nick Bourdaniotis”.

The Presidential Guard, Evzones, is the epitome of bravery and freedom, honouring the heroes thousands of years on, who fought and sacrificed for the land on which they stand.