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Antiochian Orthodox Diocese/Archdiocese of Australia and New Zealand

Greek Orthodox Metropolis/Archdiocese of Australia and New Zealand

Ruling Bishops

Auxiliary Bishops

Patriarchal Exarchs

  • Metropolitan Iakovos (Tsanavaras)

Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia

Ruling Bishops

Auxiliary Bishops

Greek Orthodox Metropolis of New Zealand

Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia - Diocese of Australia and New Zealand

Ruling Bishops

Auxiliary Bishops

Serbian Orthodox Dioceses of Australia and New Zealand

Patriarchal Diocese

New Gracanica Diocese

Diocese considered schismatic by Patriarchate of Serbia from 1963 until 1992 reconciliation.

  • Bishop Dionisije of America and Canada. 1963-19??.
  • Bishop Dimitrije (Balac) of America and Canada. 19??-19??.
  • Bishop Petar (Bankerovic) of Australia and New Zealand. 198?-1988.
  • Bishop Vasilije (Veinovic). 198?-1993.
  • Bishop Sava (Juric) of Australia and New Zealand. 1993-1999.

Single Bishop

At present, the responsible bishop is the ruling bishop of one diocese and the administrator of the other: until 2006, the New Gracanica diocese was ruled while the Patriarchal diocese was administered; at present, the reverse is true.

Romanian Orthodox Diocese of Australia and New Zealand

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