National Mosque Open Day

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New South Wales

Lakemba Mosque

65-67 Wangee Rd, Lakemba

Cabramatta Mosque
22 Water Street, Cabramatta West

Blacktown Mosque
15 Fourth Ave, Blacktown

Orange Mosque
344A Peisley St, Bletchington

Islamic Society of Albury-Wodonga
494 Wagga Road, Lavington

Sultan Fatih Mosque
3-5 Victoria St, Mayfield, Newcastle

Victoria

Virgin Mary Mosque
143 Hogans Road, Hoppers Crossing

Albanian Australian Islamic Society
765 Drummond St, North Carlton

Geelong Mosque
45-47 Bostok Avenue, Manifold Heights

Australian Capital Territory

Canberra Islamic Centre
221, Clive Steele Ave, Monash

Queensland

Rockhampton Mosque
132 Kent St, Rockhampton

Mareeba District Mosque
108 Walsh St, Mareeba

Cairns Mosque
31 Dunn St, Cairns

Masjid Salam
Cnr Third Ave and Curtis II Court, Marsden

Garden City Mosque
217-221 West St, Harristown

Islamic Society of Gold Coast Inc.
144 Allied Dr, Arundel

Tasmania

Hobart Mosque
166 Warwick St, West Hobart

South Australia

Masjid Omar bin Alkhattab
658 Marion Rd, Park Holme

 

National Mosque Open Day is an annual Australia-wide event organised by the Lebanese Muslim Association and proudly supported by the Department of Social Services. The event features a number of mosques across the nation simultaneously opening their doors to the public and inviting them to come in and explore their local mosque.

In 2016, National Mosque Open Day will be the largest yet, featuring even more participating mosques across the nation, in capital cities as well as in regional towns, giving more Australians than ever the chance to visit and be welcomed into their local mosques.

While mosques are open all year round, many non-Muslim Australians are unaware of this fact and do not take the opportunity to meet local Muslims and find answers to their questions about Islam. On National Mosque Open Day, each participating mosque will present a unique experience and flavour, representing the particular multicultural make-up of its congregation. Some mosques will have BBQs, sweets and food, others activities for children and others again will host special exhibitions. Many mosques will combine all of these elements. Common to all mosques, however, will be an open and welcoming attitude and the opportunity to ask questions of religious elders and seek answers to questions.

 

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For further information or queries, please contact: zrea@lma.org.au