In Depth

How Greek cafés shaped Mudgee in the 1930s

Nicolas Zoumboulis
By Nicolas Zoumboulis
Updated June 7 2021 - 10:17am, first published 7:30am
HISTORIC: The Hollywood cafe owners on Church street. Photo: Mudgee Museum and Historical Society.

In the 1930s, country towns across Australia underwent a transformation as American styled cafes began to pop up, all owned and operated by Greek migrants.

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