Mosques

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The Imam Ali Bin Abi Taleb Mosque (also known as Lakemba Mosque) is one of the largest mosques in Australia. It is located in the suburb of Lakemba, New South Wales and is used most frequently by the residence of Lakemba and surrounding suburbs. The construction of the mosque was completed in 1977. It is owned and managed by the Lebanese Muslim Association.
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Othman Bin Affan Mosque (also known as Cabramatta Mosque) is one of three mosques around the Fairfield City region. The Mosque is open for the five daily prayers and conducts weekly lectures in Arabic, English and Tajweed classes for youth and adults. The Mosque has a gym for the use of all Muslims. Also Fortnightly youth activity days, mums and bubs playgroup. Bus excursions for the elderly, Monthly BBQ’s, and Fundraising market days. 
Friday Jumm’ah Prayers are held onsite.
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The LMA offers mosque tours for groups, community organisations, and schools. Come and experience a professional guided tour of Lakemba Mosque. Your class, group or organisation will be introduced to the basic tenets of Islam, the belief system and its practices as well as the importance of mosques in the daily life of a Muslim individual and community at large.

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This is a great opportunity to have your questions or concerns answered and to meet your Muslim neighbours. To book your tour, contact us on info@lma.org.au.

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Location: 65-67 Wangee Road, Lakemba NSW 2195
For more enquiries please visit our Contact Us page.