Costa Georgiadis Sisters
Costa Georgiadis sisters Elisa and Julie learned the Greek Language in school. Costa is the youngest child of three.
In an interview with The Sydney Morning Herald, he shared that his mother, Anne Georgiadis, passed away in 2002 and recalled how she ensured all her children learned the Greek language.
He and his two siblings learned greek in school, and his sister also knew Greek Dance. He also said that he visited Greek when he was 15 years old.
He has shared a picture of his soil sister. Sophie Thomson, his soil sister, shared the photo when they crossed paths at the sa garden festival.
He shared on his website that his grandfather is a nature lover, and he highly influences him. He also established the community verge garden on the Street of Bondi.
Currently, the street is for the library, compost system, and bathtub and includes indigenous plants and veggies. Costa's grandfather is a gardener, and he learned about growing fruits and vegetables from him.
His grandmother taught him the importance of cooking. His number two favorite thing after gardening is sports, and he was a local RSL youth club member.
He also used to gymnast and used to referee rugby. He used to work as a clown at Darling Harbour and mow lawns in Coogee. He has worked different jobs to save money and travel to Europe.
He has traveled and worked on and off in the countries like Austria, German, French, Czech, Greek, and England.