The Greta Migrant Camp community is like a big family, Greta Migrant Camp Celebrations organiser Tanya Petrot says.
Hundreds of people gathered at Greta Workers Club on Friday, Saturday and Sunday to share and learn about the history of the old camp that was home to about 100,000 migrants who escaped Europe after World War II.
Ms Petrot said many people brought their own historical artefacts to show others at the reunion, including old documents from family members who spent time living in the camp.
“There was a lot of reminiscing and stories from people who lived in the camp as kids,” she said.
“We had the 50,000th person to come to the camp as a refugee here as well.
“A lot of the older original residents have passed away but a lot of the people coming through were their children.
“Quite a few people said they had to come and see what mum and dad were talking about.”
The reunion was held as part of Refugee Week.