History

Established in 1927, Sydney Eesti Selts ‘Eesti Kodu Linda’ has been proudly serving the Sydney Estonian Community for over 90 years. Built on years of dedication, we are a voluntary organisation who aim to preserve and celebrate Estonian culture and customs here in Australia.

We hold regular events at Estonian House ‘Eesti Maja’, many of them free and anyone is encouraged to attend. If you are interested in finding out more about our upcoming events please view our calendar where you can find all event information and pricing details.

If you are interested in booking a space for your next function in the heart of Surry Hills, please view the calendar to see availability and contact us directly by clicking on the ‘Enquiries’ button on the contact page.

If you are interested in becoming a member of the Sydney Eesti Selts, please download and complete the application form on the ‘Membership’ page and return via email to info@sydneyeestiselts.org.au.

Our website has been created for you, the people. Whether members of the Sydney Estonian community, Estonians new to our shores or members of the greater community of Sydney, we do hope you enjoy it and please don’t hesitate to get in touch should you have any questions or queries.

 The Board

Tiina Tamm
Chairwoman

Jaak Sildnik
Deputy Chairman

Aet Madison
Secretary

Tiina Alvre
Director

Peeter Muttik
Director

Arne Rahnel
Licencee

Marju Tõnisson
Treasurer

Lachlan Bell
Communications

Karin Kapsi
Communications

Relevant Articles

The Future of Sydney Eesti Maja
(as seen in “Meie Kodu”, 12 July 2017)

Say “NO” to Eesti Maja Re-Development and “YES” to Unity with SELTS
(as seen in “Meie Kodu”, 20 September 2017)

The Estonian Society of Sydney and Sydney Estonian House – part one
(published in ”Meie Kodu” 19 April 2017)

The Estonian Society of Sydney and Sydney Estonian House – part two
(published in “Meie Kodu” 31 May 2017)

The Estonian Society of Sydney and Sydney Estonian House – part three
(published in “Meie Kodu” 20 September 2017)