Well here's some news for you. In 2013, from April to June, there will be an Evangelion Art Exhibbition Tour in Australia (and for what I know just Australia, sorry to say) in co-operation with Madman, the main anime publishing company here (followed by Siren). It will visit the Gold Coast, Sydney and finally Melbourne. It will be displayed at the Gold Coast City Gallery from Wednesday the 17 of April to Sunday the 5th of May; in Sydney at the Japan Foundation Art Gallery from the 10th of May to the 18th of May; and in Meblourne at the No Vacancy Gallery from the 27th of May to the 9th of June. The sources also state that Evangelion 3.33: You Can (Not) Advance will be released. That means it'll probably be released in America and Europe at a similar time. The sources talk alot of the Rebuild series, but I'm not sure if they're going to feature the original Neon Genesis Evangelion or End of Evangelion. It will show original concept art, production art, character drawings, Evangelion books, statues and even taperstries. The tour is said to give a “unique and extensive insight into how the famed Evangelion animated films were created." Recently the official site went up at last. And according to the Gold Coast City Gallery site, Yūko Miyamura, the Japanese voice actress of Asuka will be there (though just on the Gold Coast or elsewhere I don't know, but as she lives in Melbourne now running voice acting classes I'd say it's possible).
Anyway this is good news. I'll go to one of them no doubt (probably either Sydney or Mebourne). Better than Gundam dropping a satalite on Sydney, or Code Geass ignoring us mostly. If you are interested in the series and live on this continent (or you are bored and have enough money for an airplane ticket just to travel around the world) you could take a look. Anyway I'm finished here and I don't know how to write a concluding sentence to this.