ISLAM and MUSLIMS IN AUSTRALIA

      

General Information

Land area                    : 2,941,283 sq mi (7,617,931 sq km); total area: 2,967,893 sq mi (7,686,850 sq km)

Population (2008 est.) : 20,600,856

Capital (2003 est.)       : Canberra, 327,700

Largest cities               : Sydney, 4,250,100; Melbourne, 3,610,800; Brisbane, 1,545,700; Perth, 1,375,200; Adelaide, 1,087,600

Monetary unit             : Australian dollar

Languages                   : English 79%, native and other languages

Ethnicity/race              : Caucasian 92%, Asian 7%, aboriginal and other 1%

Religions                     : Roman Catholic 26%, Anglican 21%, other Christian 21%, Buddhist 2%, Islam 2%, other 1%, none 15% (2001)

National Holiday        : Australia Day, January 26

Literacy rate               : 99%% (2003 est.)

Economic summary    : GDP/PPP (2007 est.): $766.8 billion; per capita $37,500. Real growth rate: 4%. Inflation: 3%.

  The continent of Australia, with the island state of Tasmania, is approximately equal in area to the United States (excluding Alaska and Hawaii). Mountain ranges run from north to south along the east coast, reaching their highest point in Mount Kosciusko (7,308 ft; 2,228 m). The western half of the continent is occupied by a desert plateau that rises into barren, rolling hills near the west coast. The Great Barrier Reef, extending about 1,245 mi (2,000 km), lies along the northeast coast. The island of Tasmania (26,178 sq mi; 67,800 sq km) is off the southeast coast.

  The first inhabitants of Australia were the Aborigines, who migrated there at least 40,000 years ago from Southeast Asia. There may have been between a half million to a full million Aborigines at the time of European settlement; today about 350,000 live in Australia.

  Dutch, Portuguese, and Spanish ships sighted Australia in the 17th century; the Dutch landed at the Gulf of Carpentaria in 1606. In 1616 the territory became known as New Holland. The British arrived in 1688, but it was not until Captain James Cook's voyage in 1770 that Great Britain claimed possession of the vast island, calling it New South Wales. A British penal colony was set up at Port Jackson (what is now Sydney) in 1788, and about 161,000 transported English convicts were settled there until the system was suspended in 1839.

  Free settlers and former prisoners established six colonies: New South Wales (1786), Tasmania (then Van Diemen's Land) (1825), Western Australia (1829), South Australia (1834), Victoria (1851), and Queensland (1859). Various gold rushes attracted settlers, as did the mining of other minerals. Sheep farming and grain soon grew into important economic enterprises. The six colonies became states and in 1901 federated into the Commonwealth of Australia with a constitution that incorporated British parliamentary and U.S. federal traditions. Australia became known for its liberal legislation: free compulsory education, protected trade unionism with industrial conciliation and arbitration, the secret ballot, women's suffrage, maternity allowances, and sickness and old-age pensions.

  Australia fought alongside Britain in World War I, notably with the Australia and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) in the Dardanelles campaign (1915).

Islamic History and Muslims

  Islam is the fourth largest religious grouping in Australia after Christianity, 'No Religion' and Buddhism. According to the 2006 census, approximately 340,392 people or 1.71% of the population identify as Muslim.
  While this figure does represent a large numerical increase compared to the 2001 and 1996 census results (281,578 and 200,885 respectively), it should be noted that the rate of increase has slowed considerably (21% in 2001-06 vs 40% for 1996-2001).
The first Muslims in Australia were Afghani camel drivers brought in to aid with the Exploration of the vast inland of Australia. Some historians have suggested that in the 17th century Macassan traders (possibly Muslim) from Indonesia may have had a harmonious relationship with the Indigenous people of northern Australia.
  Macassan trepangers from the southwest corner of Sulawesi (formerly Cele bes) visited the coast of northern Australia for hundreds of years to fish for trepang (also known as sea cucumber or "sandfish"), a marine invertebrate prized for its culinary and medicinal values in Chinese markets.
  During the voyages the Macassan's left their mark on the people of northern Australia — in language, art, economy and even genetics in the descendants of both Macassan and Indigenous Australian ancestors that are now found on both sides of the Arafura and Banda Seas.
The early fleets of settlers also used Muslims, from coastal Africa and the islands and territories under the British Empire, for labour and as navigators.
  There were also a number of convicts who were sent to Australia for the crime of ‘disobedience’. Most of these early Muslims inter-married with the local community and their descendants were assimilated into the society.
  In the 1860s a large number of Afghan cameleers arrived in Australia to work the camel trains which opened up the interior of the continent. They brought with them the first formal establishment of Islam in Australia.
  They also accompanied European explorers and were instrumental in guiding the teams through the hot and arid terrain. They eventually settled in the areas near Alice Springs and in the Northern Territory and many inter-married with the Indigenous population.
The remains of the oldest mosque in Australia is situated near Maree in South Australia and the Great Mosque of Adelaide was built by the descendants of the cameleers.

Colonial period

During early European settlement, some Muslim sailors and prisoners came to Australia, it has been argued, but very little is known about them as they left no traces behind, except for a few scattered references to their names. It was not until the 19th century that a more permanent Islamic presence was recognised.
During the 1870s, Muslim Malay divers were recruited through an agreement with the Dutch to work on Western Australian and Northern Territory pearling grounds. By 1875, there were 1800 Malay divers working in Western Australia. Most returned to their home countries.
In the 19th Century many Middle Eastern people came to Australia to work as camel drivers. Camels were imported to Australia from 1837, initially for exploring the dry interior (see Australian camel), and later for the camel trains that were uniquely suited to the demands of Australia's vast deserts. Many of the drivers were Muslims, and while they came from several countries, they were usually known in Australia as 'Afghans'. The Afghans’ knowledge and expertise with camels was vital for exploration, and has been creditted with saving the lives of numerous early European explorers. It is therefore fitting that the Adelaide to Darwin (south-north) railway is named The Ghan (short for The Afghan) in their memory.

20th century

  In the early twentieth century, Muslims of non-European descent experienced many difficulties in emigrating to Australia because of a government policy which limited immigration on the basis of links with Great Britain and Ireland. Known as the White Australia Policy, this was used to maintain social homogeneity in the Commonwealth of Australia and to preserve the economic standing of the peoples already settled. However, some Muslims still managed to come to Australia. In the 1920s and 1930s, Albanian Muslims were accepted - it could be argued - because of their European heritage, which was more compatible with the White Australia Policy. Albanian Muslims built the first mosque in Victoria in the town of Shepparton in 1960 and the first mosque in Melbourne in the year 1963.

Post World War II

  The perceived need for population growth and economic development in Australia led to the broadening of Australia’s immigration policy in the post-World War II period. This allowed for the acceptance of a number of displaced Muslims who began to arrive from Europe. Moreover, between 1967 and 1971, approximately 10,000 Turks settled in Australia under an agreement between Australia and Turkey. This was the first Muslim community of Middle Eastern origin to settle in Australia. Almost all of these people went to Melbourne and Sydney.
From the 1970s onwards, there was a significant shift in the government’s attitude towards immigration. Instead of trying to make new Australians ‘assimilate’ and forgo their unique cultural identities, the government became more accommodating and tolerant of differences by adopting a policy of ‘multiculturalism’. By the beginning of the twenty-first century, Muslims from more than sixty countries had settled in Australia. While a very large number of them come from Turkey and Lebanon, there are Muslims from Indonesia, Bosnia, Iran, Fiji, Albania, Sudan, Egypt, the Palestinian territories, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India, among others.

Late 20th century

  Large-scale Muslim migration began in 1975 with the migration of Lebanese Muslims, which rapidly increased during the Lebanese Civil War. The Lebanese are still the largest and highest-profile Muslim group in Australia. They form the core of Australia's Muslim Arab population, which also includes many Iraqis, particularly in Australia's largest city, Sydney, where most Arabs in Australia live. Approximately 3.4% of Sydney's population are Muslim, about half of Australia's Islamic population. They are particularly concentrated in the suburb of Lakemba and surrounding areas such as Punchbowl, Wiley Park, Bankstown and Auburn. There are also Somali populations scattered throughout Australia who have fled their country since the Somali civil war started in 1991. In 2005 tensions between Muslims and white Australians caused the 2005 Cronulla riots.
  Many Muslims living in Australia's second largest city, Melbourne, are of Turkish or Albanian ethnicity. Unlike Sydney and New South Wales, Victoria's Muslims are more likely to be Turkish than Lebanese. Melbourne's Australian Muslims live primarily in the northern suburbs surrounding Broadmeadows (mostly Turkish) and a few in the outer southern suburbs such as Noble Park and Dandenong (mainly Albanian and Bosniak).
  Very few Muslims live in regional areas with the exceptions of the sizeable Turkish and Albanian community in Shepparton, Victoria and Malaysians in Katanning, Western Australia. Men in both communities work in the local meat-packing industries. A sizeable community of Iraqis have settled in Cobram on the Murray River in Victoria, totalling around 10% of the population.
Perth also has a sizeable Muslim community. Many live in and around the suburb of Thornlie, which contains both the Thornlie Mosque and the Australian Islamic College (Thornlie Campus). The Australian Islamic College is an Islamic school which is spread across three campuses in the Perth metropolitan area with around 2000 students. Mirrabooka and neighbouring Girrawheen also contain large Muslim communities. There are a relatively large number of Halal restaurants in Perth. The oldest mosque in Perth is the Perth Mosque on William Street in Northbridge. It has undergone many renovations although the original section still remains. Other mosques in Perth are located in Rivervale, Mirrabooka and Hepburn.
  There are also sizeable communities of Muslims from Turkey, the Indian subcontinent (Pakistan, India and Bangladesh) and South-East Asia, all of these communities are concentrated in Sydney and Melbourne (the Turkish communities around Auburn, New South Wales and Meadow Heights and Roxburgh Park, Victoria and the South Asian communities around Parramatta and Dandenong. Indonesian Muslims, who are more widely distributed, are a particularly significant element of the population of Darwin.
Australia also attracts a large number of Muslim students for studies, from Malaysia, Indonesia, Bangladesh and increasingly from the Persian Gulf region.
  There is a deep split within the Australian Muslim community. Most Muslims in New South Wales are Arabs, whereas most Muslims in Victoria are of Turkish or Albanian ethnicity. There are also significant Pakistani and Bangladeshi Muslim communities in both cities, numbering roughly 10-12 thousand from each community in the country. Victorian Muslims tend to be generally more secular and indications show they are much more integrated than those in New South Wales.
  There have been arguments between the two communities with the mainly moderate Turkish Australian community refusing to accept the more fundamentalist Taj El-Din Hilaly (an Arab born in Egypt) as Australia's mufti. Victorian Imams do not recognise Hilaly. However, as of 2007, Hilaly is no longer recognised as a mufti.
Present day Islam in Australia

Aboriginal Muslims

 

  The history of Islam among the Aboriginal population may be older than with Christianity. Although, that view is regarded as mere speculation. The view argues that some of the first contacts between Aborigines and Muslims include some of the oldest contacts Aborigines had with the outside world itself. Most of the people neighbouring Australia are Muslim (see Macassan contact with Australia). More contact came with the "Afghan" camel trains, where the two groups found that they shared a similar sense of spirituality and there was some intermarriage.
  As of 2003, the growing community of indigenous Aboriginal Muslims, was conservatively estimated as 1000 individuals, or 1 in 400 aborigines. It is reported that the community is rising rapidly. That is due, it seems, to an increasing rate of conversions from their tribal religion. Many do it for spiritual purposes while others see Islam as empowering; they say it gives them strength to face the challenges of being the most disadvantaged group in Australia. Still, others are descendants of Afghan cameleers or, as in the Arnhem land people, have Macassan ancestry. The boxer Anthony Mundine is a member of this community.


Population Statistics

The following is a breakdown of the country of origin of Muslims in Australia from 2001.

  1. Australia: 36%

  2. Lebanon: 10%

  3. Turkey: 8%

  4. Afghanistan: 3.5%

  5. Bosnia-Herzegovina: 3.5%

  6. Pakistan: 3.2%

  7. Indonesia: 2.9%

  8. Iraq: 2.8%

  9. Bangladesh: 2.7%

  10. Iran: 2.3%

  11. Fiji: 2.0%

There were 281,578 Muslims recorded in this survey, in a more recent census the population had grown to 340,392.

The distribution by state of the nation's Islamic followers has New South Wales at first place with 50% of the total followed by Victoria (33%), Western Australia (7%), Queensland (5%), South Australia (3%), ACT (1%) and both Northern Territory and Tasmania sharing 0.3%.

Contribution to Australian society

The Afghans were the pioneers of the Muslim contributions to Australian life. Afghan cameleers were recruited to Australia to assist in the early exploration of the continent, participated in many expeditions to explore Australia. The camel transport industry in the late nineteenth century played a role in the economic development of Australia including the transport of goods and assistance laying overland telegraph and railway lines. With the establishment of the railways and increasing numbers of vehicles, camels were made superfluous.

  The cameleers either returned to their native countries or integrated into society. They created a number of legacies that have continued into the present. Their camels were released at the time, later these came became classified as a pest. This was because of the damage the were doing, yet now they are a considerably desired export as this population of camels is disease free. Australian feral camels are the largest population of wild camels in the world. The Ghan passenger rail service that bisects the continent from Adelaide to Darwin is named in honour of the Afghan cameleers.
  In contemporary Australian life, Muslims from all over the world have made a contribution to the country in overseas trade. They have developed trade links between Australia and several Muslim countries, particularly Middle Eastern, for instance through the export of halal meat. The meat export industry is regulated in Australia and managed by the Meat and Livestock Association. It could be argued that these Muslims have opened up new channels for trade between Australia and their countries of origin.
  Of the thousands of international students studying in Australia, a significant number are Muslims from countries such as Malaysia, Indonesia, India, Bangladesh and Pakistan. Many have settled in Australia under the "skilled migration program" after completing studies at their own expense. Muslim doctors, engineers, lawyers, scientists, academics, tradespeople and blue-collar workers are participating in Australian life. Some Muslim leaders as with Catholic, Anglican and Uniting Church leaders have promoted interfaith religious dialogue in order to encourage greater mutual understanding between peoples. Integration of the Muslim community has been the subject of debate in Australian society as with the interests of minority groups.
  In May 2008, a delegation of young Muslim leaders from Australia went to Jakarta to explore Islam in Indonesia. The Australian ambassador to Indonesia said: "It`s important for young Australians to gain a better understanding of the role of religion in Indonesia and to share their views on how Islam contributes to diverse, democratic societies like Australia and Indonesia."

The 'Muslim problem' in Australia

  Since the Bali bombings and World trade center attacks, Islam and its place in Australian society has been the subject of much public debate. In October of 2006, statements by the then top Muslim Cleric sheik Taj Din al-Hilali sparked widespread outrage when he was reported making statements comparing women who do not wear the Islamic veil to "uncovered meat" and implying that Lebanese serial gang rapists involved in a set of vicious attacks were unfairly sentenced because "the uncovered meat is the problem" .. "If the meat was covered, the cats wouldn't roam around it". Hiali's comments echoed earlier comments placing the blame on women for rape made by Sheik Faiz Mohamad. Angry responses to the comments were made from Islamic women as well as non-Islamic figures.
  As part of the broader issue of women's rights under Islam (particularly in light of the misogynistic statements by Islamic leaders) the perceived or real gender inequality in Islam often been the focal point of criticism in Australia via comparisons to the situation of women in Islamic nations. Muslim women face hurdles both from within the Muslim community and from the wider community.
Terrorism and extremism are continuing themes of discussion in the media with respect to Islam. A number of forums and meetings have been held about the problem of extremist groups or ideology within the Australian Islamic community.
Unemployment rates amongst Muslims born overseas are higher than those born in Australia. Average wages of Muslims are much lower than those of the national average, with just 5% of Muslims earning over $1000 a week compared to the average of 11%.

Islamic schools

  • AlKauthar Institute, Victoria, New South Wales

  • Al-Hidayah Islamic School, Western Australia

  • Al Faizal College, New South Wales

  • Al Noori Muslim Primary School, New South Wales

  • Al Qiblah College, New South Wales

  • Al Zahrah College, New South Wales

  • Arkana College, New South Wales

  • Australian International Academy (formerly King Khalid Islamic College of Victoria), Victoria

  • Australian International Islamic College, Queensland

  • Australian Islamic College, Western Australia

  • Australian Islamic College of Sydney New South Wales

  • East Preston Islamic College, Victoria

  • Ilim College, Victoria

  • Isik College, Victoria

  • Islamic College of Brisbane, Queensland

  • Islamic College of South Australia, South Australia

  • King Abdul Aziz School, New South Wales

  • Langford Islamic College, Western Australia

  • Malek Fahd Islamic School, New South Wales

  • Minaret College, Victoria

  • Noor Al Houda Islamic College, New South Wales

  • Sule College, New South Wales

  • Rissalah College, New South Wales

  • Werribee Islamic College, Victoria

Origins of Islam in Australia
By Zachariah Matthews


 

The Makassans
Well before 1788, Makassan fishermen from the east-Indonesian archipelago, fishing for trepang (sea-slugs), began annual voyages to our northern shores. It is thought that the fishermen of Makassar had been visiting the north coast of Western Australia, Northern Territory and Queensland from as early as the 16th century. Aboriginal cave paintings also depict the traditional Makassan sailing vessel or 'prau' and a number of Makassan artifacts have been found in Aboriginal settlements on the west and northern coast of Australia.


 

In 1803, Matthew Flinders recorded the sighting of 6 praus off the east of Arnhem Land. Some inter-marriages between Aborigines and Makassans took place and Makassan grave sites exist along the coastline.


 

These early Muslim traders were among the first visitors to establish an economic enterprise, founding Australia’s first ‘modern industry’. Unlike later European settlement, Makassan enterprise encroached little on the Aboriginal way of life. More lasting is their place in Aboriginal history and culture.


 

They came intermittently as visitors, revealing only a part of Islam. While day-to-day contact would have made Aborigines aware of prayer times and burial practices, Islam as a way of life had little impact on Australia.



 

The First Fleet
In 1770 Captain Cook landed at Botany Bay and in 1788, the First Fleet sailed into Australian waters. Ali Williams, a Member of the Fellowship of the First Fleeters, when investigating his own family history, found that according to Government records, the Musters of 1802, 1811, 1822, and the Census of 1828, had listed a number of Mohammedans, the term used for Muslims at the time. Thus, the first Muslims settled in NSW only 13 years after the colony was formed.
He found that a person by the name of Rhamut, aged 23, came free on the ship "Favourite" in 1801. He was later listed as a land-owner residing at Evan, near the Nepean River in NSW. Satim, aged 25, and Marnie, aged 23, both came free on the "Louisa" in 1828 and were employed by John Maughan as servants, residing at George Street, Sydney.



 

Malay divers
Long before the last Makassan prau had sailed from Australian waters in 1907, Malay divers were employed in the pearling grounds off Western Australia and the Northern Territory. By the 1870s, Australian pearlers were actively recruiting Asian divers for the pearling industry, acknowledged as being of primary importance to Australia’s fledgling economy.


 

In 1875, it was estimated that there were 1,800 Malays working in Western Australian waters. They were mainly recruited from Koepang under an agreement with the Dutch colonial authorities.
Later, Japanese were preferred and Malays were forced into other areas of employment. In 1921, only 14 were recorded as employers, while 131 worked on their own account and 1,207 were wage-earners. The number of Malays decreased significantly over the following decades. In the 1930s, the Malays built a mosque in Broome.



 

The Afghan camel drivers
Another group of Muslims to settle in Australia was the Afghan camel drivers. They came between 1867 and about 1910 when the use of the camel as a means of transportation was at its peak.


 

Every school-aged child in Australia probably knows something about the ill-fated Burke and Wills expedition in the central outback in 1860. Camels were imported specifically for that expedition, as it was correctly considered that camels would be more suited to exploration in this arid and waterless land than either horses or bullocks. What seems to have escaped most history textbooks is the fact that those expeditionary camels were accompanied by two Muslim Afghan cameleers, Dost Mahomet and Esan Khan. Both of these men survived the ordeal due to the resilience of their camels. However, Dost Mohamet died shortly after his return to Menindie, South Australia, where he suffered an injury to his arm from one of the camels. He was buried at Menindie, the first Afghan to die on Australian soil.


 

From then on, the immense value of the camel was acknowledged and thousands of them were imported to assist in exploration and freight haulage by rich pastoralists like Thomas Elder. Elder was knighted in 1876 for his importation of camels and his services to exploration, unlike his faithful Afghan retainers, and even unlike his active partner, Samuel Stuckey. Stuckey had gone to India in 1862 and again in 1865, and eventually landed over 120 camels at Port Augusta, along with 31 Afghan handlers. Included among them were two brothers, Faiz and Tagh Mahomet, who were to go on to become perhaps the most successful and enterprising Afghans in Australia, with huge businesses and camel studs.


 

The journals, diaries and reports of early European explorers speak very highly of the Afghans - their strict adherence to the code of Islam (especially in regard to their daily prayers and the eating of halal meat and the avoidance of alcohol), and their excellent character, reliability, stamina and live-saving skills. Many of the explorers gladly acknowledge the debt owed to their camel-handlers in saving their lives in difficult and dangerous situations. The very success of most of these important expeditions was due to the Afghans themselves, and their ability to manage their camels.


 

But no public recognition or reward was ever given to the Afghans. The best that happened for some was to have a landmark named after them - for example, "Allanah's Hill", "Bejah's Hill" and "Kamran's Well". In all probability, the first non-Aboriginal to stand on top of Uluru (Ayer's Rock) was not the European explorer, Gosse, but his Afghan guide and companion, Kamran. Gosse's diary states that on 20 July 1873, after reaching the summit, he envied Kamran's tough feet: "He seemed to enjoy the walking about with bare feet, while mine were all in blisters, and it was as much as I could do to stand."


 

The only public reminder of the Afghans is to be found in the "Ghan", the name of the famous train that runs from Port Augusta in South Australia to Alice Springs in the Northern Territory.
In 1887 the NSW railways reached Broken Hill and Bourke, and these towns too became gathering points for the Afghans. At each of these railheads the Afghans constructed their shanty "Ghantowns", attempted to raise families and built ramshackle, corrugated-iron mosques. Their role in transport, supply, discovery and camel breeding was indispensable to Australia's economic growth and development.


 

But what happened to the Afghans? Why are there to be found no resilient, thriving communities descended from them, at least in some of those inland towns? The answer to that question lies in a number of factors. Racism and religious intolerance were always prevalent. The Afghans were always "aliens" in a foreign land, never allowed to become its citizens, even after Federation in 1901 and having lived here for two generations. They were "non-whites", considered as culturally inferior as the Aborigines, but more feared, because of their reputation as rugged fighters in the two Anglo-Afghan Wars of the 1840s and 1870s.


 

The death-knell really came with the advent of modern road transport. Cars and trucks finally ended the reign of the camel as undisputed master of the inland. Many were shot by the Authorities as a "public nuisance"; they were taxed so heavily by a burdensome licensing system that many Afghans simply could not pay and preferred to release them into the wild than see them destroyed. This is why Australia has the only feral camels in the world, roaming among the saltbush scrub and gibber plains. They are free, in robust health and excellent physical condition, and now highly-prized as an export commodity and as tourist attractions. It's a pity the same cannot be said for the men who introduced them and bred them here.



 

The years of decline (1900-40)
In 1903 the Naturalisation Act excluded most non-Europeans from the right to apply for naturalisation; nor were they permitted to bring their families into the country. The ‘White Australia Policy’ had significant implications on the Australian Muslim community. Many Muslims chose to return to their homelands. By 1921 there were fewer than 3,000 Muslims living in Australia.
Amid the decline was a second wave of emigrants from Albania who worked as casual labourers in Western Australia, Queensland, and Victoria throughout the 1920s and 1930s. The Albanians, not of Asian descent, were not subjected to the ‘White Australia Policy’.



 

The Post-War years
After the Second World War, the need for better security and a larger population became important. The government was compelled to widen its criteria on what constituted an acceptable Australian. The first intake of Muslims were displaced persons from Europe (Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Poland, Hungary and Russia).
Liberalisation of Australia’s immigration policies was further underpinned by an economy which grew strongly over the next two decades. The key event in Australia’s immigration history was the official abandoning of the ‘White Australia Policy’ in 1972. Between 1967 and 1971 more than 10,000 emigrated from Turkey under an agreement signed in 1967 for large-scale assisted immigration.


 

Following the Arab-Israeli war in 1967 and continuing civil war in Lebanon, Lebanese Muslim immigration to Australia also increased dramatically. By 1981, Australia had received around 16,500 Lebanese-born Muslims.



 

Religious Groups
Between 1981 and 1991 Muslims increased from 0.5 per cent to 0.9 per cent of the Australian population. The two largest groups, Catholics and Anglicans, still account for over 50 per cent of the population. Immigration has accounted for the vast majority of the growth of Muslims. The second reason for the growth is the higher fertility rate. In the 1986 Census, Muslims had the highest rate of marriage, the lowest rate of divorce, the lowest proportion of women with no children, and the lowest rate of religious intermarriage. [At the time of writing, the 1996 Census data had not been analysed]



 

Countries of origin
According to the 1986 Census, two-thirds of Muslims were born overseas. Very important, is the fact that one-third of Australian Muslims were born in Australia. The bulk of Muslims in Australia have come from Turkey, Lebanon, Yugoslavia and Cyprus (more than 50 per cent). According to the 1991 Census, 17.4 per cent were born in Lebanon and 15.5 per cent in Turkey. The largest group of Muslims were the Australian-born, 35 per cent. This percentage is likely to increase as births grow more than immigration. Muslims have settled predominantly in Sydney (50 per cent) and Melbourne (32 per cent). Only 4.3 per cent live outside one of Australia’s major cities.
Future growth
The Muslim community will continue to grow. The growth rate will be determined by the Muslim population’s high birth rate, low rate of religious outmarriage, conversions, and immigration.



 

Mosques in Australia
There are more than 60 mosques. The first city mosque to be built in Australia still serves the Muslim community in Adelaide, South Australia. It was built between 1888 and the early 1890s by the Afghan cameleers. The first mosque in NSW was built in 1891 at Broken Hill. The Broken Hill mosque, now a museum, is presently maintained by the Broken Hill Historical Society. The second city mosque was built in Perth in 1905. The first mosque established in Sydney in the late 1960s was in Lakemba (Imam Ali Mosque). The King Faisal mosque in Surry Hills was built shortly thereafter. The largest mosques in NSW are in Lakemba and Auburn. The largest mosques in Victoria are in Preston and Broadmeadows.



 

The future of Islam in Australia
Islam is here to stay and Muslims are going to play a significant role in Australia’s future. The Muslims have already put religion back on the agenda with secularism versus religion the debating point.
The mosque remains the most vital social structure in Islam and our association with it must be increased. Secondly, we must ensure that the benefits that we as Muslims receive from Islam are also communicated to the wider non-Muslim community. We should be ambassadors of Islam and promote Islamically-based systems and alternatives as potential solutions to the problems faced by the wider community, such as: abstention to combat alcoholism; having a life-mission to prevent suicide, shared equity and rental instead of usury, etc.
Equipped with good will, hard work, increased faith, wisdom and dedication, Muslims in Australia will indeed ensure a brighter future for themselves and for Australia as a whole. "You are the best of peoples ever raised up for mankind, you enjoin what is good and forbid what is bad, and you believe in Allah." (Q3:110)
Source:SALAM magazine July-August 1997: (zeta.org)

 

Extra Islamic History in Australia:

http://www.icv.org.au/history.shtml

http://www.islamawareness.net/Oceania/Australia/history.html

Islam in Australia

Structure of the Australian Muslim Community

 

Lakemba Mosque in Sydney, NSW.

 

Darul Ulum College Of Victoria

The Mosque on Campus is one of the biggest mosques in victoria. Gatherings are held in the main Hall every Friday night. It can accomodate for more than 1500 worshippers at any given time.

 

 

The mosque in 1908

Holland Park Mosque Pictures

 

 

   

 

    Islamic Centers and Organizations

Organization Name

Address

Phone-Fax-Email-Web

General Information

Ahl Al-Sunna Wal-Jamaah Association Musallah

Ahl Al-Sunna Wal-Jamaah Association Musallah
132 Haldon St (lakemba arcade top floor), Lakemba, NSW 2195, AUSTRALIA

02- 9758 3406
azoud@optushome.com.au

Arabic Islamic lectures, Groups for the memorization of the holy Quran, Live Islamic lectures through the phone with a famous scholar from overseas,  English Islamic lessons for sisters,  Quranic and hadith competitions in the month of Ramadan,  9 juz and 206 hadith have been memorized till now (men and women),  5 juz and the forty hadith of the nawawe have been memorized till now (children),  Free distributed monthly Islamic tape, the sponsoring of the orphans and widows,  Muslim youth sporting association (M.Y.S.A), Which includes 10 teams played at Punchbowl soccer grounds every Sunday,  Yearly youth camps, In the summer holidays, yearly tour to Makkah, Tto perform Hajj and Umrah, the yearly sacrificing campaign.

Al-Ansar Soccer Academy

Al-Anssar Soccer Academy
2 Blackler Ave, Plympton Park,
Adelaide, SA , AUSTRALIA

0403 324 739
 

This coaching program is conducted by an accredited coach. The aim is to organise development practices to improve techniques and game awareness for players aged 11 up to and including youth level. The programme is structured so players can develop using the latest.

AlHidayah Mosque

AlHidayah Mosque
64 Walter Padbury Blvd, Padbury,
Perth, WA , AUSTRALIA
admin@alhidayahcentre.org

 

 

Adelaide Mosque Islamic Society of South Australia Inc.

Adelaide Mosque Islamic Society of South Australia Inc.
20 Little Gilbert St.,
Adelaide, South Australia 5000, AUSTRALIA

08-8231 6443
08 8231 6443

 

Al Islam

Al Islam
134A Waterloo Road,
Sydney, Greenacre 2190, AUSTRALIA

97505862
al_fath@idx.com.au

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Artarmon Masjid

Artarmon Masjid
35 Hampden Road Artarmon,
Sydney, NSW 2064, AUSTRALIA

 

 

Darul Ulum College Of Victoria

Darul Ulum College Of Victoria
Baird St, Fawkner,
Melbourne, Victoria 3060, AUSTRALIA

+61 (03) 9355 6800
+61 (03) 9359 0692
info@dulum.vic.edu.au
www.dulum.vic.edu.au 

Darul Ulum College is a college committed to the ideals of Islamic Education.

Bosniak Islamic Centre of Qld Inc.

Bosniak Islamic Centre of Qld Inc.
2674 Logan road Eight Mile Plains, Brisbane, Qld , AUSTRALIA

617-38412504
61738412504
info@bicb.org.au
http://www.bicb.org.au/

Study Group, Madresa

Al Faisal College

Al Faisal College
149 Auburn Road,
Sydney, Auburn 2144, AUSTRALIA
02 9646 1222

 

 

Darra Mosque

Darra Mosque
Douglas St Oxley,
Brisbane, , AUSTRALIA

 

07-33754579

 

Islamic Society Of Geelong

Islamic Society Of Geelong
45 Bostock Av,
Manifold Hills, 3218, AUSTRALIA

03-5224 2422

Islamic center

 

United Islamic Culture Centre Of Sydney

United Islamic Culture Centre Of Sydney
8 Beatrice St, Auburn, 2144, AUSTRALIA

02-9749 2433

 

Western Sydney Turkish Islamic Centre

Western Sydney Turkish Islamic Centre
Nepean Islamic Ass 52 Hythe St,,
Mount Druitt, 2770, AUSTRALIA
02- 9625 7128

 

 

Islamic Social Centre Incorporation

Islamic Social Centre Incorporation
131 Keon Pde,
Reservoir, 3073, AUSTRALIA
03-9462 1617

 

 

Islamic Trust, Of Victoria

Islamic Trust, Of Victoria
201 Sayers Rd, Laverton,
Laverton, 3028, AUSTRALIA
03-9931 0255

 

 

Abu Bakr Mosque

Abu Bakr Mosque
2 Winspear Ave Bankstown,
Sydney, NSW 2200, AUSTRALIA

+61297074842
+61297906660
icpa@optusnet.com.au 

we have primary school at the same st and the masjid and the offices as well and we have primary and high school at Liverpool

Abu Bakr Mussalah

Abu Bakr Mussalah
2 Winspear Ave Bankstown,
Sydney, BSW 2200, AUSTRALIA

02-9707 2747

Daily Lessons after Issha Prayers in Winter Time and After Magriehb in Summer Time. Friday Night Youth English Islamic Lessons. Everyone is Welcomed to attend.

ADELAIDE TURKISH ISLAMIC AND CULTURAL CENTRE

ADELAIDE TURKISH ISLAMIC AND CULTURAL CENTRE
714 MAIN NORTH ROAD GEPPS CROSS,
Adelaide, SA 5098, AUSTRALIA

0421238806
0882814639
orhanatakan@yahoo.com.au

Sunday school for children Islamic & Turkish. · Friday night’s prayers and community meetings. · Friday Prayers.13.30pm · Soccer team which our centre managers. · Eid Celebrations and Functions for the whole Community. · Teravih prayer during the mount of Ramadan. · Family picnics. · Meetings with youth to discuss issues relevant to them. · Weekend outing with youth e.g. fishing. · Women are meeting. · Qumran recitation competition. · Services and assistance for the elderly. · Support service for nem community members. · Support service for new arrivals to Australia. Support service for people on need of financial help.

Afghan Mosque

Afghan Mosque
Islamic Centre, Lyndavale Drive,
Alice Springs, Norhtern Territory 0870, AUSTRALIA
08-895 51001

 

 

Afghan Mosque

Afghan Mosque
14 Photinia St, Doveton,
Victoria, Victoria 3177, AUSTRALIA

(03) 97017300
(03) 98558361
 

 

AIDA (Association Of Islamic Da\'wah In Australia) AIDA
1 Catherine St, Punchbowl,
Sydney, NSW 2196, AUSTRALIA
612-96972326
arifkodar@gmail.com

AIDA (Association Of Islamic Da\'wah In Australia) is an organisation to provide services for all muslim to gain knowledge as well as perform their obligation as Muslims. AIDA mostly are Indonesian origin as their comittee or the board of the organisation

Al Hijra Mosque

Al Hijra Mosque
45 Station St,
West Temple, 2044, AUSTRALIA

02-97407165/95588533
02-97407167

Islamic Dawah Center (Indonesian Language Khutbah).

Al Markaz (Dawa-e-Tableegh), Perth

Al Markaz (Dawa-e-Tableegh), Perth
Mohammedan Masjid 427-429 William Street, Perth.,
Perth, W.A. 6000, AUSTRALIA

9-3288535

Dawa works of Tableeghi Jamat are carried out from here in Western Australia. Contact Person: Abdul Wahab, Ph:61-9-4596826

Al Sunnah Masjid

Al Sunnah Masjid
45 Kent St Cannington,
Perth, WA 6107, AUSTRALIA

 08-9258 4781
info.dawa@gmail.com 

Lecture, Hif'z (Memorising the Qur'an)

Al Tawheed Islamic Association

Al Tawheed Islamic Association
Nollamara Avenue, Nollamara,
Perth, Western Australia , AUSTRALIA
9440 1928

 

 

Al- Azhar Al - Sharif Mosque Al- Azhar Al - Sharif Mosque
172b Burwood Rd Belmore,
Sydney, New South Wales 2192, AUSTRALIA
02-9759 8191
sam_john_nick@msn.com

 

Al-Azhar Mosque

Al-Azhar Mosque
15-17 North Parade,
Auburn, New South Wales 2144, AUSTRALIA
02 -9646 5972

 

 

Al-Azhar Mosque

Al-Azhar Mosque
172 Burwood Road ,
Burwood, New South Wales 2192, AUSTRALIA

02 -9740 4396

 

 

Al- Sahaba Masjed

Al- Sahaba Masjed
75 Bonnor Street,
Bathurst, NSW 2795, AUSTRALIA

0418496166
solmd@hotmail.com

 

Al-Ansar Islamic Association Inc.

Al-Ansar Islamic Association Inc.
369 MacAulay Rd Kensington,
Victoria, , AUSTRALIA

03-9376 3533

 

 

Al-Furqan Islamic Centre

Al-Furqan Islamic Centre
5 Wardale Road, Springvale South, Victoria, VIC , AUSTRALIA

03-9546 1148
sfarook@gmail.com
http://www.iisca.org/

Fiqh class

Al-Hidayah Islamic School Inc

Al-Hidayah Islamic School Inc
Hedley St Bentley,
Western Australia, , AUSTRALIA

+ (61 8) 9351 8593
info@islamicschool.com.au
www.islamicschool.com.au

Islamic School - Moral and Academic Excellence in a caring Islamic environment.

Al-Jihad Mosque

Al-Jihad Mosque
12 South Creek Rd Dee Why,
Sydney, Dee Why 2099, AUSTRALIA

99826102

 

Al-Khalil Mosque

Al-Khalil Mosque
Torrens Road,
Woodville North, South Australia 5012, AUSTRALIA

 0882682257
ethscharabic@hotmail.com

 

Al-Qohhar (Central Coast Islamic Society)

Al-Qohhar (Central Coast Islamic Society)
13a Howarth St, Wyong,
Sydney, NSW , AUSTRALIA

 

 

Al-Rafiq Islamic Media Centre

Al-Rafiq Islamic Media Centre
39 Seaford Cct, Kellyville Ridge,
Sydney, 2155, AUSTRALIA

02 -9629 5574
02 9629 5574

Dawah center

Al-Sunnah Mosque

Al-Sunnah Mosque
45 Kent St Cannington,
Perth City, WA 6107, AUSTRALIA

08-9258 4781
mosque@dawa.net.au

 

Al-Taqwa

Al-Taqwa
201 Sayers Rd,,
Truganina, 3030, AUSTRALIA

03-93696010

 

 

Albanian Australian Islamic Society

Albanian Australian Islamic Society
765 Drummond St Carlton North,
Victoria, , AUSTRALIA
03-9347 6505

 

 

Albanian Australian Islamic Society

Albanian Australian Islamic Society
765 Drummond Street North Carlton,
Melbourne, Victoria 3054, AUSTRALIA

03-9347-6505
03-9347-6505
admin@aais.org.au
www.aais.org.au

Youth sports, Kids' Club, Women's Committee, Community interactive activities.

Albanian Muslim Society of Shepparton

Albanian Muslim Society of Shepparton
8 Acacia Street Shepparton,
Shepparton, Victoria 3630, AUSTRALIA

03 -5821 2192

 

Albanian Sakie Islamic Society

Albanian Sakie Islamic Society
10-12 Dalgety Street,
Dandenong, Victoria 3175, AUSTRALIA
03 -6793 2879

 

Albanian Sakie Islamic Society

Albanian Sakie Islamic Society
10-12 Dalgety Street Dandenong,
Melbourne, 3175, AUSTRALIA

0411 476 180

 

 

Alice Springs Islamic Centre

Alice Springs Islamic Society
101 Lyndavale Drv,
Alice Springs, 0870, AUSTRALIA
08-8955 1001

 

 

Ar Rukun Society

Ar Rukun Society
Atwood Way, Rockingham,
Western Australia, , AUSTRALIA

9592 1787

 

 

AR-Rukun Islamic Centre

AR-Rukun Islamic Centre
Lot 1553 Attwood Way,,
Rockingham, WA 6168, AUSTRALIA

08-9527 8633

 

 

Ar-Rukun Mosque Rockingham

Ar-Rukun Mosque Rockingham
4 Attwood Way, Rockingham,
Perth, WA , AUSTRALIA

(08)-9527 8633

Mosque & Islamic Multi-functional Centre

Arncliffe Mosque

Arncliffe Mosque
10-12 Eden Street,
Arncliffe, 2205, AUSTRALIA

02 -9597 5966

Islamic Classes for all ages,

Artarmon Masjid

Artarmon Masjid
35 Hampden Road Artarmon,
Sydney, NSW 2064, AUSTRALIA

 

 

Artarmon Musallah

Artarmon Musallah
35 Hampden Rd (200m from Artarmon station),
Artarmon, , AUSTRALIA

 

 

Ashfield - Musallah

Ashfield - Musallah
1/27 Holden St,
Sydney, , AUSTRALIA

 

Mosque

Ashfield Islamic Society Inc

Ashfield Islamic Society Inc
241a Liverpool Rd Ashfield,
Sydney, New South Wales 2131, AUSTRALIA

02-9798 7871

 

 

Alansaar Islamic Association

Alansaar Islamic Association
28 Pin Oak Crs,
Flemington, 3031, AUSTRALIA

03-9376 1167

 

 

Australian Islamic Funeral Services Australian Islamic Funeral Services
43 King St,, Broadmeadows, 3047, AUSTRALIA
03-9359 0855

 

 

Australian Islamic Mission

Australian Islamic Mission
29 Matthews St,,
Punchbowl, 2196, AUSTRALIA

02-9758 1215

 

 

Australian Islamic Social Association Inc Brunswick Branch

Australian Islamic Social Association Inc Brunswick Branch
660 Sydney Road,Victoria, 3056, AUSTRALIA

03 -9386 8423

 

 

AUSTRALIAN ISLAMIC SOCIAL ASSOCIATION INC.

AUSTRALIAN ISLAMIC SOCIAL ASSOCIATION INC.
Dandenong Branch 139 Cleeland St,
Dandenong, 3175, AUSTRALIA

03-9793 5838

 

AUSTRALIAN ISLAMIC SOCIAL ASSOCIATION INC.

AUSTRALIAN ISLAMIC SOCIAL ASSOCIATION INC.
Brunswick Branch 660a Sydney Rd, Brunswick, 3056, AUSTRALIA

03-9386 8423

 

Australian Turkish Association

Australian Turkish Association
Old Mordialloc Court House, Rear, 37 Albert Street,
Victoria, 3195, AUSTRALIA
03 -9587 6088
03 9583 7133
atacc@alphalink.com.au 

 

 

Australian Turkish Islamic Federation & Foundation

Australian Turkish Islamic Federation & Foundation
22 -28 Lakeside Drv,,
Broadmeadows, 3047, AUSTRALIA

03-9357 3039
www.atiff.org

 

Cyprus Turkish Islamic Community of Victoria

Cyprus Turkish Islamic Community of Victoria
Ballarat Rd,
Ardeer Station, 3022, AUSTRALIA

03-9363 5253

 

 

Islamic Charity Projects Association

Islamic Charity Projects Association
55 Speed St,,
Liverpool, 2170, AUSTRALIA
02-9822 8144

 

 

Islamic Council of NSW

Islamic Council of NSW
Chullora 405 Waterloo Rd,,
Waterloo, 2190, AUSTRALIA

02-9742 5752
mail@icnsw.org.au

 

Islamic Council Of NSW Inc

Islamic Council Of NSW Inc
287 Haldon St,,
Lakemba, 2195, AUSTRALIA
02-9758 3399

 

 

Islamic Cultural Womens Association of Australia

Islamic Cultural Womens Association of Australia
29 Augusta Ave,
Campbellfield, 3061, AUSTRALIA
03-9357 1457

 

 

Islamic Girl\'s-Women\'s Group

Islamic Girl\'s-Women\'s Group
220 Moreland Road,
Victoria, 3056, AUSTRALIA

 

Provides assistance and support to Muslim women in Victoria with health, education, legal issues, settlement, and recreation.

Islamic Society of NSW

Islamic Society of NSW
177 Commonwealth St,,
Surry Hills, 2010, AUSTRALIA

02-9281 0440

 

Islamic Society Of Penshurst

Islamic Society Of Penshurst
447 Forrest Rd,,
Penshurst, 2222, AUSTRALIA
02-9580 3390

 

 

Islamic Society of Rochedale

Islamic Society of Rochedale
2674 Logan Rd,,
Eight Mile Plains, 4113, AUSTRALIA
07-3841 2504

 

 

Islamic Society Of The Gold Coast

Islamic Society Of The Gold Coast
21 Barry St,
Arundel, 4214, AUSTRALIA
07- 5594 9097

 

 

Islamic Women's Association Of Qld Inc

Islamic Women's Association Of Qld Inc
PO Box 1909,,
Sunnybank, 4109, AUSTRALIA

(07-3272 8071
(07) 3272 8545

 

Islamic Women's Welfare Council of Victoria

Islamic Women's Welfare Council of Victoria
169 Fitzroy St,
Fitzroy, 3065, AUSTRALIA

03-9419 7888

 

 

Islamic Youth Movement

Islamic Youth Movement
Level 1/ 128 Haldon St,,
Lakemba, 2195, AUSTRALIA

02 -9740 4460

 

Noorul Islam Society

Noorul Islam Society
135 Boyare Ave,,
Mirrabooka, 6061, AUSTRALIA
08-9248 8559

 

 

NSW Islamic Social Cultural

NSW Islamic Social Cultural
4 Beatrice St,,
Auburn, 2144, AUSTRALIA
02-9749 9773

 

 

Salaam Australia Council

Salaam Australia Council
49 Bicentennial Crescent,
Victoria, 3048, AUSTRALIA
0413 - 421 552
salaam_ac@hotmail.com

 

Muslim Council,  A non-profit relief umbrella community organisation providing help to refugees, students, women and others.

Supreme Islamic Council Of Nsw Inc.

Supreme Islamic Council Of Nsw Inc.
12 Auburn Rd,,
Auburn, 2144, AUSTRALIA

02-9643 9300

 

 

Turkish Education Islamic Society

Turkish Education Islamic Society
124 Station St,
Thomastown,3074, AUSTRALIA

03-9464 3972

 

Turkish Islamic Association

Turkish Islamic Association
209 McLennan St,,
Mooroopna, 3629,AUSTRALIA

03-5825 4790

 

Turkish Islamic Association Of Canning

Turkish Islamic Association Of Canning
237 Treasure Rd,, Welshpool, 6106, AUSTRALIA

08-9451 8699

 

 

Turkish Islamic Society Community

Turkish Islamic Society Community
49 10th St,, Mildura, 3500, AUSTRALIA
03-5023 7662

 

 

Young Muslims of Australia - Moreland Branch

Young Muslims of Australia - Moreland Branch
Coburg Islamic Centre, 31 Nicholson Street,
Victoria, 3058, AUSTRALIA

03 -9359 5166
03 9359 5066
mak@access.net.au 

Australian Federation of Islamic Councils

Australian Federation of Islamic Councils
66 Jeffcott, Victoria, 3003, AUSTRALIA

03-9329 1228
(03) 9329 3095

 

Islamic Association Of Victoria Incorporation

Islamic Association Of Victoria Incorporation
780 Somerton Rd,
Greenvale, 3059, AUSTRALIA
03-9333 4938

 

 

Islamic Coordinating Committee

Islamic Coordinating Committee
155 Lygon S,
Brunswick, 3057, AUSTRALIA
03-9380 6143

 

 

ADelaide Muslim Guide ADelaide Muslim Guide
Adelaide,
Adelaide, SA , AUSTRALIA
unisais@yahoogroups.com
http://sa-muslim.com/Muslim% 20Guide%20Adelaide%20_E1.0.pdf 

Adelaide Muslim Guide is approved by Adelaide City Mosque & Al-khaleel Islamic center, Islamic society of UniSA, Islamic Society University of Adelaide, and Islamic society of University of Flinders. It covers Prayer colander, finding Qibla, All mosques and main prayer rooms, Muslim own businesses, Muslim female doctors, Adelaide HALAL guide, frequently asked question, Islamic websites. It can be downloaded from www.sa-muslim.com  It is being regularly updated on above link

Afghan Communities Council of Victoria

Afghan Communities Council of Victoria
PO Box 258,
Victoria, 3802, AUSTRALIA
03 -9700 2902

 

 

Afghan Community Support Association

Afghan Community Support Association
6/16 Main Street,
Blacktown, 2148, AUSTRALIA

02- 9831 2436

Charity Organisation

 

Afghan Community Support Associatio

Afghan Community Support Association
6/16 Main Street,
Sydney, Blacktown 2148, AUSTRALIA
02-9831 2436

 

Community Support Services

 

African Australian Islamic Association

African Australian Islamic Association
PO Box 1178,
Auburn, NSW 2148, AUSTRALIA

 

 

African Australian Islamic Association

African Australian Islamic Association
P.O.Box 697,Sydney, NSW 2195, AUSTRALIA

02-97507443
alieu77@yahoo.com.au

 

Aged Muslim Association

Aged Muslim Association
8/183 Lakemba Street,
Sydney, Lakemba 2195, AUSTRALIA

02-9750 8527

 

 

Aged Muslim Association

Aged Muslim Association
8/183 Lakemba Street,
Lakemba, 2195, AUSTRALIA

02- 9750 8527

Charity Organisation

AIN KARIM AIN KARIM
4 Bristol Avenue,
Enfiel, SA 5085, AUSTRALIA
08-8262 6464

 

Disability Services / Support Organizations

Al - Hidaya Islamic School

Al - Hidaya Islamic School
P.O.Box 940,
Victoria Park, Western Australia , AUSTRALIA

61-08 935 18593`
ahschool@iinet.net.au

 

Al Nahayan Islamic College Ltd

Al Nahayan Islamic College Ltd
92 Carlingford St Sefton,
New South Wales, , AUSTRALIA

02-9738 5284

 

 

Auburn - Musallah

Auburn - Musallah
12 Harrow Rd,
Sydney, NSW 2144, AUSTRALIA

(02) 96461124
(02) 9749 7204
info@auburnmusallah.org
www.auburnmusallah.org

 

Auburn Gallipoli Mosque

Auburn Gallipoli Mosque
Street Address 15-19 North Parade Auburn N.S.W 2144,
Auburn, , AUSTRALIA

9646 5972
02 9643 1758

 

Auburn Mosque

Auburn Mosque
15-17 North Pde,
Auburn, 2144, AUSTRALIA

02 -9646 5972

 

Australia Light Foundation

Australia Light Foundation
291-293 Sunshine Road Tottenham,
Melbourne, 3012, AUSTRALIA

03-9312 0104
03 9312 0106
info@australialightfoundation.com 

 

Australian Bangladesh Islamic Council

Australian Bangladesh Islamic Council
322 Huntingdale Rd Huntingdale,
Victoria, 3166, AUSTRALIA

03 -9543 8037

 

Australian Bosnian Islamic Centre

Australian Bosnian Islamic Centre
283-285 Station Road,
Melbourne, Victoria 3023, AUSTRALIA

Main Bosnian Islamic Centre in the western suburbs, offering the following services/facilities: - Main Mosque - Administrative Offices - Restaurant - Book Shop - Games Room (for the children) - Library - Teaching Class Rooms

 

Australian Federation of Islamic Councils (AFIC)

Australian Federation of Islamic Councils (AFIC)
932 Bourke Street,
Sydney, Zetland 2017, AUSTRALIA

02-9319 6733
02 9319 0159
admin@afic.com.au
www.afic.com.au

The Australian Federation of Islamic Councils (AFIC) has had 41 proud years as Australia's only Islamic peak body. The Federation is made up of nine state and territorial councils including Christmas Island and the ACT. AFIC has co-ordinated the Muslim community across the nation, sponsored the building of schools and mosques and represented all the Australian Muslims in governmental and interfaith affairs. Today AFIC is responsible for halal food products certification, schools and mosque building projects, media monitoring and the Australian Muslim News paper publication, production of educational material on Islam and assists with welfare and community initiatives. In 2005 AFIC celebrated its 41st annual congress and dinner in Sydney, electing its new president and welcoming all its council members.

AUSTRALIAN ISLAMIC COLLEGE PERTH

AUSTRALIAN ISLAMIC COLLEGE PERTH
Registered Office 1/ 504 Marmion St Booragoon,
Western Australia, , AUSTRALIA

08-9330 6422
08 9317 1520

 

Australian Islamic Cultural Centre

Australian Islamic Cultural Centre
149 Auburn Rd Auburn,
New South Wales, , AUSTRALIA
02-9646 1555

 

 

Australian Islamic Culture Centre

Australian Islamic Culture Centre
149 Auburn Road,
Auburn, NSW 2144, AUSTRALIA
02 9646 1222

 

 

Australian Islamic Culture Centre

Australian Islamic Culture Centre
149 Auburn Road,
Sydney, Auburn 2144, AUSTRALIA
02 9646 1222

 

 

Australian Islamic Education Board Omar Mosque

Australian Islamic Education Board Omar Mosque
9 Foley St Gwynneville,
Wollongong, NSW 2500, AUSTRALIA
02-4225 1962

 

 

Australian Islamic House

Australian Islamic House
11 Dudley Road,
Sydney, Guildford 2161, AUSTRALIA
02 -9632 2008

 

 

Australian Islamic House Inc

Australian Islamic House Inc
2094 Camden Valley Way Edmondson Park,
New South Wales, , AUSTRALIA
02-9825 0588

 

Australian Islamic Information Service

Australian Islamic Information Service
6/ 41 Yangoona Rd Belmore,
Sydney, New South Wales 2192, AUSTRALIA
0412-510 218

 

 

Australian Islamic Information Service Australian Islamic Information Service
46 Highfield Rd East Devonport,
Tasmania, , AUSTRALIA

04-1204 9475

 

Australian Islamic Mission

Australian Islamic Mission
29 Matthews St Punchbowl,
Sydney, New South Wales 2196, AUSTRALIA
02-9758 1215

 

Islamic Centre

 

 

Australian Islamic Review

Australian Islamic Review
297 Waymouth St Adelaide,
South Australia, , AUSTRALIA
08-8410 0202
http://www.islamicreview.net

 

Online Islamic Resource Center. Online version of 'Australian Islamic Review' newspaper. Features searchable Fiqh, Spirituality, Opinion and News sections.

Australian Islamic Social Association Inc.

Australian Islamic Social Association Inc.
Brunswick Branch 660a Sydney Rd Brunswick,
Victoria, , AUSTRALIA

03-9386 8423

 

Australian Islamic Society of Dandenong

Australian Islamic Society of Dandenong
18 Leonard Avenue, Noble Park,
Melbourne, 3174, AUSTRALIA
03-6546 8089

 

Australian Turkish Islamic Federation & Foundation

Australian Turkish Islamic Federation & Foundation
74 Victoria St Carlton,
Victoria, , AUSTRALIA
03-9663 9214

 

 

Bangladesh Islamic center of new south wales

Bangladesh Islamic center of new south wales
13 helen st,
Sydney, nsw 2195, AUSTRALIA

02-96551982
02-97034070
amintu@rakavan.com.au

GATHERRING FOR ALL ISLAMIC PROGRAMS.

 

Bankstown - Musallah

Bankstown - Musallah
108 Adnum Lane,
Sydney, , AUSTRALIA

 

 

Bankstown Musalla

Bankstown Musalla
108 Adnum Lane,
Bankstown, 2200, AUSTRALIA

mohammad.khan@eds.com

 

Bediuzzaman Said Nursi Kultur vakfi CENTRAL MOSQUE

Bediuzzaman Said Nursi Kultur vakfi CENTRAL MOSQUE
144 Fitzroy St. FITZROY VICTORIA,
Fitzroy, Victoria 3065, AUSTRALIA

0418 562383
93846167
bilginalpay@hotmail.com

Turkish Education & Islamic Society

Belmore Islamic Centre

Belmore Islamic Centre
172 B Burwood Rd,,
Belmore, 2192, AUSTRALIA

02-9758 9600

 

 

Blacktown Mosque

Blacktown Mosque
Cnr Prince and Forth Ave,
Blacktown, NSW 2148, AUSTRALIA

 

 

BLACKTOWN YOUTH ISLAMIC ASSOCIATION

BLACKTOWN YOUTH ISLAMIC ASSOCIATION
11 hope street seven hill,
Sydney, NSW 2147, AUSTRALIA

2-96313172

 

QURAN TEACHING CLASSES FOR EVERYONE SPECIALLY FOR CHILDERN AND YOUTH

Bonnyrigg Mosque

Bonnyrigg Mosque
Lot 455 Bibbys Place,
Bonnyrigg, 2177, AUSTRALIA
02 -9823 4126

 

 

Bonnyrigg Turkish Mosque

Bonnyrigg Turkish Mosque
455 Bibbys Pl Bonnyrigg,
New South Wales, , AUSTRALIA

02-9823 4126

 

BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA ISLAMIC SOCIETY-NOBLE PARK

BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA ISLAMIC SOCIETY-NOBLE PARK
18 Leonard Avenue,
Noble Park, Victoria 3174, AUSTRALIA

03 - 6546 8089
misk55@hotmail.com

Islamic Centre, administration, social gathering,general islamic education,funeral services,mariagge consultations and counselling,Justice of the Peace availability,etc..

Bosniaks' Masjed Adelaide

Bosniaks' Masjed Adelaide
1 Frederick Road, Royal Park - POBox 10151, Adelaide BC 5000,
Adelaide, South Australia 5000, AUSTRALIA

0403298687
dzemat_sa@hotmail.com

 

Bosnian Herzegovina Muslim Society Of S A Inc

Bosnian Herzegovina Muslim Society Of S A Inc
1 Frederick Rd Royal Park,
South Australia, , AUSTRALIA
08-8240 0209

 

 

Bosnian-Hercegovian Muslim Society (Inc)

Bosnian-Hercegovian Muslim Society (Inc)
Bosnian Centre Lot 289 Beechboro Rd Beechboro,
Western Australia, , AUSTRALIA
08-94012375

 

Islamic Centre

Broadmeadows Mosque

Broadmeadows Mosque
45-55 King St, Broadmeadows,
Melbourne, vic 3047, AUSTRALIA
03 -9359 0054

 

 

Brunswick Mosque

Brunswick Mosque
660 Sydney Rd, Brunswick,
Melbourne, VIC 3056, AUSTRALIA
03-93878783

 

Islamic Centre and  Mosque

Bundoora Mosque

Bundoora Mosque
Plenty Road, Penbolos W, Computer Room 316& 319,
Bundoora, 3083, AUSTRALIA

 

 

Al Noori Muslim Primary School

Al Noori Muslim Primary School
lakemba,
Sydney, NSW 2190, AUSTRALIA

02-9790 5726

02 9709 4122

 

 

Al Qiblah College

Al Qiblah College
44-48 West Moreland Rd,
Sydney, Leumeah 2566, AUSTRALIA
02-9820 3553

 

 

Albanian Aust Islamic Society

Albanian Aust Islamic Society
765 Drummond St Carlton North,
Victoria, , AUSTRALIA
03-9347 9827

 

 

Albanian Muslim Society of Shepparton

Albanian Muslim Society of Shepparton
8 Acacia Street, Shepparton,
Melbourne, 3630, AUSTRALIA

Phone:

 

 

Albanian-Australian Muslim Society of Mareeba

Albanian-Australian Muslim Society of Mareeba
cnr Walsh & Lloyd Streets,
Mareeba, Queensland 4880, AUSTRALIA

4093 2319

 

 

Alpha Family Internet and Education Centre

Alpha Family Internet and Education Centre
61 Queen Street,
Auburn, 2144, AUSTRALIA

02- 9643 2485
02 9643 2485
alphabiz@telstra.com

 

AMARAH (Australian Muslim Advocates for the Rights of All Humanity)

AMARAH (Australian Muslim Advocates for the Rights of All Humanity)
14 Ellis Place Underwood 4119,
Brisbane, , AUSTRALIA

07-3341 5996
info@amarah.org

A Brisbane-based organisation dedicated to creating a better world for all. Focuses on 5 areas: Islamic Awareness; Environmental Responsibility; Human Rights; Social Reform; and Civil Rights

Al- Faisal College

Al- Faisal College
149 Auburn Rd, Auburn,
New South Wales, 2144, AUSTRALIA

02 - 9749 4449

 

 

Al-Ashraf Muslim Society of Australia

Al-Ashraf Muslim Society of Australia
PO Box 712,
Bankstown, NSW 1885, AUSTRALIA

 

 

rabic Speaking Association for People with Disabilities Inc

Arabic Speaking Association for People with Disabilities Inc
271 Mahoneys Road,
Victoria, 3073, AUSTRALIA

03 -9359 3585
03 9464 0848

Muslim association

 

Arabic Speaking Mother\'s Group - Fawkner

Arabic Speaking Mother\'s Group - Fawkner
Fawkner Community House, CB Smith Reserve (End of the Car Park), 79 Jukes Road,
Victoria, eygpt 3060, AUSTRALIA

03 -9380 9536
03 9387 8811
en.huda62@yahoo.com

Women\'s Organisation

 

Ararat Islamic Welfare Association Inc.

Ararat Islamic Welfare Association Inc.
1 Birdwood Ave.,
Ararat, Victoria 3377, AUSTRALIA

61-0418 376 475
aiwa.vic@gmail.com

Centre key can be taken from Ararat Information centre during working hours. After working hour please contact Osman 0418376475, Asif 0422625971, Hanif 0423 651 607 and Ali 0438 035 725. Centre can be used for only Muslim prayer and short rest while travelling from Melbourne to Aelaide

Arkana College

Arkana College
346 Stoney Creek Rd,
Sydney, Kingsgrove 2208, AUSTRALIA
02-9502 3655
madburahman@arkana.nsw.edu.au
www.arkana.nsw.edu.au/

 

 

Auburn Turkish Islamic Society

Auburn Turkish Islamic Society
15-19 North Parade,
Sydney, Auburn 2144, AUSTRALIA

02-9646 5972

 

 

AussieMuslims.NET

AussieMuslims.NET
Perth,
Perth, WA 6000, AUSTRALIA

info@aussiemuslims.net
http://www.aussiemuslims.net

Dear Brothers and Sisters Assalaamu Alaikum (Peace Be Upon You) ©AussieMuslims.NET is a web sight focused on providing comprehensive information centre for the Australian Muslim community. Though currently focussed on West Australia, The web site provides a variety of services such as: Latest News Headlines Lists all Mosques and Prayer Halls Current Athan Time Opinion Polls Community Events Business Directory Islamic Articles and FAQ\'s Up to date community News and Announcements

Australia Indonesia Muslim Foundation ACT

Australia Indonesia Muslim Foundation ACT
PO Box 490 Mawson,
Canberra, ACT 2607, AUSTRALIA
aimfact@yahoo.com.au

 

The Aim of the Australia Indonesia Muslim Foundation (ACT) is to promote friendship and better understanding among people of Australia and Indonesia particularly Muslim and others.

Australia Western Thrace Turkish Association of Vic Inc.

Australia Western Thrace Turkish Association of Vic Inc.
103-109 Union st Windsor.,
Melbourne, VIC 3181, AUSTRALIA

03 -95104889

 

 

Australian Arabic Family Association

Australian Arabic Family Association
3/24 Taylor St,
Condell Park, 2200, AUSTRALIA

 

 

Australian Bosnian Islamic Society Of Deer Park

Australian Bosnian Islamic Society Of Deer Park
285 Station Rd,,
Deer Park, 3023, AUSTRALIA

03-9310 8811
amirizo2010@yahoo.fr

 

AUSTRALIAN FEDERATION OF ISLAMIC COUNCILS

AUSTRALIAN FEDERATION OF ISLAMIC COUNCILS
932 Bourke St Zetland,
New South Wales, , AUSTRALIA

02-9319 6733

 

FEDERATION OF ISLAMIC COUNCILS

 

Australian Islamic Educational Trust

Australian Islamic Educational Trust
724 Blunder Rd,
Brisbane, 4077, AUSTRALIA
07-3372 7822

 

 

Australian Islamic Foundation (AIF)

Australian Islamic Foundation (AIF)
GPO Box Perth,
Perth, WA , AUSTRALIA

 

 

Australian Islamic News

Australian Islamic News
PO Box 331,
Sydney, Waterloo 2017, AUSTRALIA


02 -9319 6733
02 9319 0159

Islamic news paper

 

 

Australian Muslim Information and Education Service

Australian Muslim Information and Education Service
P.O.Box 1180 Cloverdale,
Western Australia, , AUSTRALIA

 

Muslim Education Service

 

Australian Muslim News

Australian Muslim News
PO Box 1185,
Sydney, Waterloo DC 2017, AUSTRALIA

02-93196733
02-93190159
muslim-news@afic.com.au
http://www.afic.com

Islamic news media

 

Australian National Islamic Library

Australian National Islamic Library
221 Clive Steele Avenue, Monash,
Canberra, ACT 2904, AUSTRALIA

612-6292090509
612-62325051
cic_anil@mail.austarmetro.com.au
www.islam-australia.org

Islamic Library dedicated to dawh inAustralia and South Pacific Region

Australian National University Muslim Association

Australian National University Muslim Association
Australian National University, ACT 0200,
Canberra, ACT 0200, AUSTRALIA
anuma@anu.edu.au

 

Located within the Australian National University, near Law Faculty and next to Menzies Library.

AUSTRALIAN ISLAMIC COLLEGE

AUSTRALIAN ISLAMIC COLLEGE
246 Walter Rd,
Morley Island, 6317, AUSTRALIA

08-9821 2627

 

 

Islamic College Pty Ltd

Islamic College Pty Ltd
420 Liverpool Rd,,
Strathfield, 2135, AUSTRALIA

02-9642 8422

 

 

Islamic Cooperative Finance Australia

Islamic Cooperative Finance Australia
Lvl 1/ 22 Auburn Rd,
Auburn, 2144, AUSTRALIA

02-9643 1962

 

Islamic Financial Institute

 

King Khalid Islamic College of Victoria - Secondary Campus

King Khalid Islamic College of Victoria - Secondary Campus
56 Bakers Road,Melbourne,
Victoria, 3058, AUSTRALIA

03 -9350 4533
03 9354 4731
kkicv@mpx.com.au

Coburg Primary Campus is located at 653 Sydney Rd, Coburg, VICTORIA.

 

Langford Islamic College

Langford Islamic College
57 Southgate Rd,,
Langford Creek, 6147, AUSTRALIA
08-9458 5206

 

 

Green Valley Islamic College

Green Valley Islamic College
264 Wilson Rd,,
Green Valley Creek, 2168, AUSTRALIA
02-8783 9188

 

Al Amanah College

Al Amanah College
BOX - 969,
Bankstown, NSW, 2200., AUSTRALIA

 

 

Al Faisal College

Al Faisal College
149 Auburn Road,
Sydney, Auburn 2144, AUSTRALIA
02 9646 1222

 

 

Al Faizal College

Al Faizal College
149 Auburn Road,
Auburn, 2144, AUSTRALIA
(02) 9749 4449

 

 

Al- Taqwa Islamic college

Al- Taqwa Islamic college
sayers road, truganina,
Melbourne, Victoria 3029, AUSTRALIA

 

 

Al-Amanah College

Al-Amanah College
55 Speed St Liverpool,
Sydney, New South Wales 2170, AUSTRALIA

(02) 9822 8022
(02) 9822 8011
al-amanah@ihug.com.au
www.alamanah.nsw.edu.au

 

Al-Bayan Islamic Institute

Al-Bayan Islamic Institute
3/23-25 South Street Granvvile,
Sydney, NSW 2142, AUSTRALIA

0404856048
rabeeakl@hotmail.com

ASHABUL KAHFI Language School

ASHABUL KAHFI Language School
1333 Canterbury Rd. PUNCHBOWL,
Sydney, NSW 2196, AUSTRALIA

02-9759 3218
9759 3218
ashabul_kahfi98@yahoo.com
http://ashabulkahfi.muslimvillage.net
www.ashabulkahfi.com

Education and Daawa

 

Australian Institute of Islamic Culture (AIIC)

Australian Institute of Islamic Culture (AIIC)
2/37 Barbara Street,
Sydney, Fairfield 2165, AUSTRALIA

9724 3344
9724 6211

 

Australian Islamic College

Australian Islamic College
504 Marmion Street, Booragoon,
Western Australia, , AUSTRALIA

 

 

Australian Islamic Culture & Youth Foundation

Australian Islamic Culture & Youth Foundation
PO Box 29,
Flemington, 2129 , AUSTRALIA

 

 

Australian International Islamic College

Australian International Islamic College
724 Blunder Road, Durack,
Brisbane, Qld 4077, AUSTRALIA

617-33721400
617-33722500
bmschool@bigpond.net.au
www.brisbanemuslimschool.com.au

 

AUSTRALIAN ISLAMIC COLLEGE

AUSTRALIAN ISLAMIC COLLEGE
Dianella Years K - 10 81,
Cleveland, 6059, AUSTRALIA

08-9375 9770
08 9375 9772

 

Australian Islamic College

Australian Islamic College
PO Box 1133, Booragoon WA 6154,
Perth, WA 6154, AUSTRALIA

08-9330 6422
08 9317 1520
info@aic.wa.edu.au
www.aic.wa.edu.au

The Australian Islamic College provides education services which cater for grades kindy to Year 12.

3 Locations - Dianella - 81 Cleveland St. Dianella WA 6059 Kewdale - 139 President St. Kewdale WA 6105 Thornlie - 17 Tonbridge Wy. Thornlie WA 6108 Booragoon - Head Office Unit 1/504 Marmion St. Booragoon WA 6154

Australian Islamic College (North)

Australian Islamic College (North)
Cleveland Street,DIANELLA,,
Perth, WA 6062, AUSTRALIA

 

(08) 9375 9772
magdi1@hotmail.com.au

A school of The Muslim Community of Perth.

 

Australian Islamic college of Sydney

Australian islamic college of sydney
63 O\'Brian St,
Sydney, Rooty Hill 2766, AUSTRALIA

 

02-9677 2613
02 9677 2648
http://www.aics.nsw.edu.au

 

Its an islamic college-- from kindergarden to year 12

AUSTRALIAN ISLAMIC COLLEGE OS SYDNEY

AUSTRALIAN ISLAMIC COLLEGE OS SYDNEY
CNR OF WOODSTOCK,
Mount Druitt, NSW 2770, AUSTRALIA

 

 

AUSTRALIAN ISLAMIC COLLEGE PERTH

AUSTRALIAN ISLAMIC COLLEGE PERTH
139 President Street Kewdale WA,
Perth, Western Australia 6105, AUSTRALIA

08-9362 5340
(08) 9355 2988
info@aic.wa.edu.au
www.aic.wa.edu.au

 

Ayn Academy - for seekers of beneficial knowledge

Ayn Academy - for seekers of beneficial knowledge
P.O. BOX 10495 Adelaide BC 5000,
Adelaide, SA 5000, AUSTRALIA
info@aynacademy.com

 

Astronomy Courses, Marriage Workshops, Personal Obligations Deen Intensives, Foundations Diplomma in Islamic Sciences through Al-Ghazzali Centre, Study Circles on Classical Texts, Da\'wah Strategies Ongoing Multimedia Telecasts

Canberra Islamic School

Canberra Islamic School
Canberra Mosque,
Canberra, ACT 2600, AUSTRALIA
02- 6273 2422

 

The School provides Islamic education to young Muslim children from the ACT region. It also organises annual BBQ functions and celebrates the two annual Eid functions as well as other outdoor activities for the students and their families.

Daar Aisha Shariah College

Daar Aisha Shariah College
Suite 1, Level 1, 200 The Boulevarde, Punchbowl,
Sydney, New South Wales 2196, AUSTRALIA

+61 2-9759 6222
daaraisha@yahoo.com.au
www.shifa.com.au

Offers men and women classes to learn deen. Can enroll for weekends too.. flexible timings. All the teachers are ulema who have graduated from different schools in Syria, Yemen, Egypt etc..

Dar-Ul-Islam

Dar-Ul-Islam
606 - 612 Salem Avenue,
Elizabeth, NJ 07201, AUSTRALIA

908--654-8555

Islamic School

 

Darul Uloom Islamic Academy of Brisbane Inc.

Darul Uloom Islamic Academy of Brisbane Inc.
6 Agnes Street, Buranda,
Brisbane, 4102, AUSTRALIA

07-33921310
darululoom@brisbanemuslimschool.com.au
www.brisbanemuslimschool.com.au

 

Islamic, social and educational

Darul Ulum College Of Victoria

Darul Ulum College Of Victoria
Baird St, Fawkner,
Melbourne, Victoria 3060, AUSTRALIA

(03) 9359 1477
www.dulum.vic.edu.au

Darul Ulum College is a college committed to the ideals of Islamic Education.

 

East Preston Islamic College

East Preston Islamic College
Tyler St,
Preston, 3072, AUSTRALIA


03-9478 3323
03 9470 1255

 

EAST PRESTON ISLAMIC COLLEGE

EAST PRESTON ISLAMIC COLLEGE
55 TYLER STREET,
Melbourne, VIC 3072, AUSTRALIA

03-94783323
94701255
zeeshanh@epic.vic.edu.au

 

Green Valley Islamic College

Green Valley Islamic College
264 Wilson Rd Green Valley 2168,
Sydney, NSW 2168, AUSTRALIA

61 2 8783 9188
gvic@netspace.net.au
http://www.gvic.com.au/

Fijian Mosque, Islamic Centre The School is owned and operated by The Muslim League of NSW Inc.

Iqra Grammar College

Iqra Grammar College
10 Benham Rd, Minto,
Sydney, NSW 2566, AUSTRALIA


02-9603 5866
admin@iqragrammar.com
www.iqragrammar.com

Iqra Grammar College is an Independent co-educational institution catering for primary students from K-4. The future plans are to extend the school to year 12.The college was established in January 2006. The college is registered with New South Whales Board of Studies and is a charitable (non-profit) organisation. The college strives for excellence in secular and religious education in an Islamic environment. The school philosophy is that students should strive for excellence, equity and a strong moral ethos. We aim to provide a positive, stimulating and accepting environment in which students can develop individual qualities and abilities without strong or detrimental peer pressure.

Islamic College of Brisbane Ltd Islamic College of Brisbane Ltd
Compton Rd (cnr Acacia Rd) Karawatha,
Brisbane, Queensland 4117, AUSTRALIA
07-3841 3645
07-3841 4320
isbl@bigpond.net.au
http://www.islamiccollegeofbrisbane.com.au

 

Islamic College of South Australia

Islamic College of South Australia
22 Cedar Ave West Croydon,
Adelaide, South Australia 5008, AUSTRALIA
08-83407799

 

The Islamic College of South Australia offers an Australian education within an Islamic context. We currently cater for kindergarten, primary and high school students up to Year 12.

Islamic College S.A.

Islamic College S.A.
22a Cedar Ave,,
Croydon, SA 5008, AUSTRALIA

08-8340 7799
(08) 8340 9988
http://icosa.sa.edu.au/

 

Islamic School of Brisbane

Islamic School of Brisbane
45 Acacia Road,
Brisbane, QLD 4117, AUSTRALIA

07-3841 3645
07 3841 4320

 

Islamic School of Canberra

Islamic School of Canberra
130 Empire Cct,
Yarralumla Creek, 2600, AUSTRALIA

02-6273 2422

 

Islamic Schools Of Victoria (Werribee College)

Islamic Schools Of Victoria (Werribee College)
Eductn 201 Sayers Rd,
Victoria, 30293029, AUSTRALIA

03-9369 6010
(03) 9369 2276

 

Malek Fahd Islamic School

Malek Fahd Islamic School
405 Waterloo Rd,
Sydney, Chullora 2190, AUSTRALIA

 

 

Minaret College

Minaret College
36-38 Lewis Street, Springvale,
Melbourne, Victoria 3171, AUSTRALIA

61-03-9574-0567
61-03- 9548-4755
admin@minaret.vic.edu.au
www.minaret.vic.edu.au

Minaret College is a an educational Islamic College, with nearly 840 students, from Kindergarten to Year 12. Minaret College offers both a secular and Islamic education in a safe environment, assisting students to achieve academic success whilst also assisting them to retain their Islamic identity.

Muslim Home Education Network of Australia

Muslim Home Education Network of Australia
16 Robertson Road chester hill,
Sydney, New south wales 2162, AUSTRALIA

02 `9707 1810
info@muslimhomeschool.net
www.muslimhomeschool.net/

The Muslim Home Education Network (est.1999) provide information and general awareness to the Muslim Community of/on the legal option to Home Educate (home School) your children in NSW. We also provide information on how to start home schooling, the registration process, required resources and general support when needed. We are happy to come out and talk to any community about any aspect of Home schooling as required.

Muslim Ladies College of Australia

Muslim Ladies College of Australia
404-408 Bickley Rd,
Perth, WA 6107, AUSTRALIA

MLCA Kenwick also has a separate Boys section.

 

Noor Al Houda Islamic College

Noor Al Houda Islamic College
420 Liverpool Road, Strathfield 2136, South Western Sydney,
Sydney, NSW 2135, AUSTRALIA

02 -9642-0104
02 9642-0106
nahic@ihug.com.au
www.nahic.nsw.edu.au

Islamic comprehensive school Kindergarten to Year 12, boys high school and girls high school

Qibla College

Qibla College
44-48 West Morelands Road,
Lumeah, NSW 2560, AUSTRALIA

02-9820 3553
(02) 9820 1766
office@qibla.nsw.edu.au

 

Spiritual Centre, Monash University, Gippsland Campus

Spiritual Centre, Monash University, Gippsland Campus
Spiritual Centre, Monash University, Gippsland Campus,
Churchill, Victoria 3842, AUSTRALIA

It is a spiritual centre where people from all religion can say their prayers. Muslims use it for daily prayers and also for Jum\'a and in the evening for learning Quran and Hadith.

 

Suburban Islamic School

Suburban Islamic School
44-48 West Morelands Road,
Lumeah, NSW, 2560, AUSTRALIA

02-9820 3553
(02) 9820 1766

 

Sydney Islamic College

Sydney Islamic College
69 Croydon St, Lakemba,
Sydney, NSW 2195, AUSTRALIA

info@sydneyic.org.au
www.sydneyic.org.au

Sydney Islamic College is an independent, non-profit educational institution based in Sydney-Australia. It was established in 2005 by sincere and enthusiastic Muslim brothers and sisters, with the supervision of qualified Muslim scholars. The Institution was established to fulfil the need of an authentic Islamic educational system for Muslims living in the west, according to the Qur’an and Sunnah.

Syrian Community College

Syrian Community College
82 Joseph StreetLidcombe PO Box 164,
Lidcombe, NSW, 2141, AUSTRALIA
0412-417769

 

 

The Islamic School of Victoria

The Islamic School of Victoria
PO Box 1103, Werribee Plaza,
Victoria, 3030, AUSTRALIA

03-9369 6010

 

Thornlie Masjid

Thornlie Masjid
Thornlie,
Perth, wa 6108, AUSTRALIA
(08) 9452 3531

 

 

UMMA Quranic School

UMMA Quranic School
UNE Mosque, Armidale,
Armidale, NSW 2350, AUSTRALIA


02-6773 5151
mosque@une.edu.au

Quranic teaching held on every Sunday from 11.00am to 1.00pm.

Werribee Islamic School

Werribee Islamic School
201 Sayers Rd Truganina,
Melbourne, 3029, AUSTRALIA

 

 

 

 

 

 

   Muslim Owned Business

Organization Name

Address

Phone-Fax-Email-Web

General Information

Al Qur'an Al Kareem Radio of Australia

Al Qur'an Al Kareem Radio of Australia
2/37 Barbara Street,
Fairfield, 2165, AUSTRALIA
02- 9272 3355

 

Radio of Australia broadcasts Islamic programs 24hrs a day

A Queensland Muslim Times Newspaper

A Queensland Muslim Times Newspaper
Po Box 2351,
Brisbane, Queensland , AUSTRALIA

07-32198150
webmaster@queenslandmuslimtimes.org
www.qmt.org.au

A website servicing need of all Muslims in Queensland especially Brisbane. We have a listing of all Mosques, Halal outlets and offer many free services such as an up to date upcoming events calendar.

Al Rafiq Islamic Media Center

Al Rafiq Islamic Media Center
12 Lister Place,
Rooty Hill, 2766, AUSTRALIA

02 -9832 9235
02 9677 0375
al-rafiq@muslimsonline.com
http://www.al-rafiq.com

Genuine, quality and affordable islamic educational audios, videos, books and multimedia software

The Islamic Bookstore

 

2/165 Haldon Street
Lakemba 2195
New South Wales
Australia

(+61 2) 9758 4040
www.islamicbookstore.com.au 

 


Bukhari House Islamic Bookstore

 

109 - 111 Auburn Road
Auburn 2144
New South Wales
Australia

(+61 2) 9643 8255
0404 154 411
(INT: +61 404 154 411)
www.bukharihouse.com 

 

Islamic Books and Clothing (IBC)

207 Sydney Road
Coburg 3058
Victoria
Australia

(+61 3) 9386 2771
www.ibcshopping.com.au

 

Andalus Islamic Bookstore

Andalus Islamic Bookstore
1st Floor, 9-11 Old Town Centre (opp Bankstown Stand),
Bankstown, , AUSTRALIA

02-9708 6555
02 9708 6988
sales@andalus.com.au

Videos, CD's, songs, nasheeds shop

 

MCCA - Islamic Finance & Investments

MCCA - Islamic Finance & Investments
171 Sydney Rd,
Coburg, 3058, AUSTRALIA

03- 724 734

 

Australian Halal Food Services Trust (AHFS)

Australian Halal Food Services Trust (AHFS)
PO Box 6009,
Queensland Crossing, 4114, AUSTRALIA

617-34272920
617 32007620

Halal Food Services

 

Haisam Farache - Lawyer

Haisam Farache - Lawyer
27 Queen Street, Auburn,
Sydney, NSW , AUSTRALIA

9649 7007
96497008
hf@queenstreetchambers.com.au

Providing all legal services including conveyancing, criminal, family, commercial, property and Wills; specialising in Shariah compliant products such as wills, contracts, leases and dispute resolution. Presentation of expert evidence to courts and tribunals. Establishing Islamic rights. Helping to present Islam and Muslims in a positive light. Propagating the true spirit of Islam and the way of life Islam engenders.

The Islamic Bookshop Of Hiclaya & Ihsan

The Islamic Bookshop Of Hiclaya & Ihsan
95 Holmes St,
Brunswick East, 3057, AUSTRALIA
03-9386 6133

 

Islamic bookshop

Bentleigh Raj Tandoor

Bentleigh Raj Tandoor
264 Centre Road,
Sydney, , AUSTRALIA

955-77413

Halal Restaurant

Islamic Books Center

Islamic Books Center
162 Sydney Rd,
Coburg, 3058, AUSTRALIA
03-9386 2771

 

 

T.J. Muamullah Pty. Ltd.

T.J. Muamullah Pty. Ltd.
105 Anzac Parade,Kensington 2033,,
Sydney, , AUSTRALIA

612-96633354
612-96633389

Halal Restaurant

 

1 Islam Productions

1 Islam Productions
P.O Box 826,
Ingleburn, 2565, AUSTRALIA
02 9618 6581

 

Islamic Books, Videos, Tapes, CDs, Greeting Cards, Bookmarks & Posters.

100% HALAL CHICKEN

100% HALAL CHICKEN
667 Sydney Rd,
Brunswick, 3056, AUSTRALIA
9386 -1591

 

Halal Restaurant

 

A-La-Turko

A-La-Turko
Shop 236A Dandenong Plaza Ribs, McCrae St, DandenongPlaza Ribs,
Dandenong, , AUSTRALIA
9792 -9958

 

Halal Restaurant

 

A.E.H.Satellite Services

A.E.H.Satellite Services
26 Adminaby Street,
Sydney, Heckenberg 2168, AUSTRALIA

02-9608 2430
02 9720 9349
aehss@hotmail.com

Telecommunications

 

A.N.S Accounting Services

.N.S Accounting Services
Unit 307, 410 Elizabeth Street,
Sydney, NSW 2010, AUSTRALIA

02-9212 03 03
02-9211 3626
ansacctg@tpg.com.au

Offers Bookkeeping, accounting, GST, Taxation services.

AA IBRAHIM CABINET MAKERS

AA IBRAHIM CABINET MAKERS
71 Rose Street, Fitzroy, VIC 3065, AUSTRALIA
03-9419 0099

 

Cabinet Makers

 

ABBAS

ABBAS
Bankstown, NSW 2200, Australia
02-9796 7762

 

Facsimile / Telex Communication Services

 

ABBAS & SONS CHERRY ORCHARD

ABBAS & SONS CHERRY ORCHARD
Wombat Street, Young, NSW 2594, AUSTRALIA
02-6382 7030

 

Fruit / Berry Growers

 

ABBAS CONSULTING

ABBAS CONSULTING
48 Nicholson Street,
Chatswood, NSW 2067, AUSTRALIA
02-9419 5993

 

Management Consultants

 

ABBAS DISTRIBUTION PTY LTD

ABBAS DISTRIBUTION PTY LTD
22 Kent Street, Belmore, NSW 2192, AUSTRALIA
02-9740 5356

 

Soft Drink Mfrs / Distributors

 

ABBAS INTERNATIONAL

ABBAS INTERNATIONAL
61 Hampton Street,
Croydon Park, NSW 2133, AUSTRALIA

02-9716 8337

 

Handbags - wholesalers / Manufacturers

ABBAS RADIATOR REPAIRS

ABBAS RADIATOR REPAIRS
15 Liddelow Street, Kenwick, WA 6107, AUSTRALIA
08-9493 1432

 

Motor Engineers / Repairers

ABD Poultry Halal Abbitor

ABD Poultry Halal Abbitor
24 bLondor Close, Hemmant,
Brisbane, Queensland 4116, AUSTRALIA

07-39078910
yparuk@bigpond.net.au

Halal Abbotoir slaughtering Chicken on a Halal Basis Daily

Abdallaandmoon B2B consultany

Abdallaandmoon B2B consultany
3/73 Prince Street, Annerley,
Brisbane, Qld 4103, AUSTRALIA

(61)+-405056076
(617)+38912918
abdallaandmoon@hotmail.com

Abdallaandmoon B2B consultancy and General Business. We have extensive experience and dealing with international Business to Busniess consultancy. We provide financing without interest and any aspect of business needs.

ABDEL-SAYED & CO

ABDEL-SAYED & CO
12 Lomax Street,
Epping, NSW 2121, AUSTRALIA
02-9876 8972

 

Accountants / Auditors

 

ABDUL ALI TOWING

ABDUL ALI TOWING
9 Arkley Street,
Bankstown, NSW 2200, AUSTRALIA
0412-401 020

 

Towing / Roadside Assistance

Abdul And sons

Abdul And sons
411 yarrol rd,
Tamworth, nsw 23.52, AUSTRALIA

02-67605373
aleemghaffar@hotmail.com

commercial chicken farmers

ABDUL KHAN PLUMBERS

ABDUL KHAN PLUMBERS
St Clair,
Saint Clair Bore, NSW 2759, AUSTRALIA

0412-491 765

Plumbers / Gasfitters

 

ABDUL MAQBOOL REAL ESTATE

ABDUL MAQBOOL REAL ESTATE
Towing / Roadside Assistance,
Castle Hill, QLD 4110, AUSTRALIA

0187-287-39
sales@abdulmaqbool.com.au
http://www.abdulmaqbool.com.au/

Real Estate Agents

Abdul Rahman Sweets

Abdul Rahman Sweets
158 Haldon Street,
Sydney, Lakemba 2195, AUSTRALIA

02 -9758 3161

Restaurant

 

ABDULLAH , SN

ABDULLAH , SN
144 Boundary Road,
Peakhurst, NSW 2210, AUSTRALIA

02-9584 1550
(02) 9584 0663

Podiatrists

 

ABDUL'S BOBCAT & TIPPER HIRE

ABDUL'S BOBCAT & TIPPER HIRE
Auburn,
Auburn, NSW 2144, AUSTRALIA

0413-509 562

 

Excavating / Earth Moving Contractors

ABDUL'S EXOTIC LEBANESE FOOD

ABDUL'S EXOTIC LEBANESE FOOD
Cleveland Street,
Surry Hills, NSW 2010, AUSTRALIA

02-9698 1275

Restaurants

 

Abdul’s Halal Take Away Food

Abdul’s Halal Take Away Food
22 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne,
Melbourne, , AUSTRALIA
03 -9354 3506

 

Halal Restaurant

ABDURAHMAN , I

ABDURAHMAN , I
262 Forest Road,
Hurstville, NSW 2220, AUSTRALIA

02-9570 5522

 

Medical Practitioners

 

Abou Talaat Take Away Food

Abou Talaat Take Away Food
22 Elizabeth St,,
Coburg, 3058, AUSTRALIA
93 -543506

 

Halal Restaurant

 

Aboud's Custom Cars

Aboud's Custom Cars
12 Herbert St Merrylands,
Sydney, NSW 2160, AUSTRALIA

0411 670 207

sound installation/ speakers, stereo, etc body kit fitting car detailing car alarms etc

Abra's Kebab

Abra's Kebab
Lower Ground Floor Food Court, Queen Adelaide Building, Queen Street Mall,,
Brisbane, , AUSTRALIA

 

Doner Kebabs, Chips, Rice & Curry

 

Abu Ali Butchery

Abu Ali Butchery
43a Hannons Road Riverwood NSW,
Sydney, 2210, AUSTRALIA
02-9584 0637

 

Halal Groceries

 

Abu-Ali Market

Abu-Ali Market
25 Belmore St,,
Arncliffe, , AUSTRALIA

 

Halal Food Store

Adam Houda LL.B. (Hons)

Adam Houda LL.B. (Hons)
Level 4 130 Elizabeth Street,
Sydney, 2000, AUSTRALIA

9264 2144
9283 1997
adam@murphyslawyers.com

Solicitors

ADIL

ADIL
Peninsula Development Road,
Mareeba, QLD 4880, AUSTRALIA

07-4093 2675
(07) 4093 2675

Civil Engineer

 

ADIL TAILORING

ADIL TAILORING
Shop 8, 104 Ware Street,
Fairfield, NSW 2165, AUSTRALIA
02-9723 0509

 

Men\'s Tailor

ADIL'S TANDOORI KHAZANA

ADIL'S TANDOORI KHAZANA
ADIL\'S TANDOORI KHAZANA,
Castle Hill, NSW 2154, AUSTRALIA

02-9659 7766

 

Muslim Restaurant

 

Advanced Family Dental Centre-Lakemba

Advanced Family Dental Centre-Lakemba
45 Haldon street Lakemba,
Sydney, NSW 2195, AUSTRALIA

02-97405977
02 9750 5766
feedback@familydental.com.au
www.familydental.com.au

 

Advanced Islamic Educational Resources

Advanced Islamic Educational Resources
P.O. Box 241 North Perth WA, Perth, Western Australia 6006, AUSTRALIA

08-9371 6800
08 9371 6800
info@aierislamiceducation.com
www.aierislamiceducation.com

We are an Islamic Publisher of Islamic educational materials for Muslims students aged 3 - 18 years+. Our resources are fully authentic, high quality and of a high academic standard.

Advanced Podiatry

Advanced Podiatry
2120 Logan Rd,
Brisbane, QLD 4122, AUSTRALIA

07-3849 1854

 

Podiatrist

Affinity Networks

Affinity Networks
144 Auburn Road,
Sydney, Auburn 2144, AUSTRALIA


97021440
info@affinitynetworks.com.au
www.affinitynetworks.com.au 

Telecommunications

 

Affordable Computer Repairs NT

Affordable Computer Repairs NT
Palmerston, Northern Territory, Australia
affordablepcrepairs@aapt.net.au

 

Upgrades and general PC repairs at your doorstep.

 

Afghan Bakery

Afghan Bakery
254 Thomas Street,
Dandenong, , AUSTRALIA

9791-2046

Halal Restaurant

 

Afghan Cuisine Restaurant

Afghan Cuisine Restaurant
45a Fitzroy St St Kilda,
Victoria, 3182, AUSTRALIA

61-3 9525 3299

 

 

Afghan Marco Polo Restaurant

Afghan Marco Polo Restaurant
20 Beach Frankston,
Victoria, 3199, AUSTRALIA
61-3 9783 7170

 

 

AHAD , MA

AHAD , MA
315 Barry Road,
Campbellfield, VIC 3061, AUSTRALIA

03-9357 9866

Medical Practitioners

 

Ahmed Shami

Ahmed Shami
Shop 5 The Boulevard Lakemba NSW,
Sydney, 2195, AUSTRALIA
02-9750 3973

 

Halal Groceries

 

AIC HALAL MEATS

AIC HALAL MEATS
AIC HALAL MEATS,
Langford, WA 6147, AUSTRALIA
08 -9451 1940

 

Butchers - Retail

 

Aishah Café

Aishah Café
293-295 Smith Street,
Fitzroy, , AUSTRALIA

9486 0335

Halal Restaurant

 

AJ ALBAF Australia PTY LTD

AJ ALBAF Australia PTY LTD
1/ 18-20 Whyalla Place,
Preston, 2170, AUSTRALIA

02- 9825 0800
jalil@albaf.com
www.albaf.com 

Food processing company

 

AJ ALBAF Australia PTY LTD

AJ ALBAF Australia PTY LTD
1/ 18-20 Whyalla Place,
Sydney, 2170, AUSTRALIA

02-9825 0800
02 9825 0155

Manufacturing

 

AJs Indian Restaurant

AJs Indian Restaurant
58A Balaclava Road,
Sydney, Eastwood 2122, AUSTRALIA


02-9874 9090
02 9874 6767

 

AKHIL IMPORT EXPORT (AUST) PTY LTD

AKHIL IMPORT EXPORT (AUST) PTY LTD
66 Pie Street, Aspley, QLD 4034, AUSTRALIA

07-3256 4313
(07) 3359 0466

EXPORTER

AKRAM ELECTRICS PTY LTD

AKRAM ELECTRICS PTY LTD
16 Norland Street,
Cheltenham, VIC 3192, AUSTRALIA
0153-588-57

 

Electrical Contractors

AK\'S DINER

AK\'S DINER
417 WAVERLEY RD,
Melbourne, Victoria 3145, AUSTRALIA

039-5713029
0395713022
sherinsherife@hotmail.com

100% HALAL pizza, pasta, falafel, charcoal chickens fish&chips, rice dishes, sweets, salads and much more

Al Ameena

Al Ameena
Shop 29 The Circle,
Altona, , AUSTRALIA
9399-2526

 

Halal Restaurant

 

AL BARAKEA HALAL FOOD ENTERPRISE

AL BARAKEA HALAL FOOD ENTERPRISE
132 Maffra Street,
Coolaroo Spring, VIC 3048, AUSTRALIA
03 -9302 2722

 

Halal Products

 

Al Buraq Trading Group

Al Buraq Trading Group
PO Box 54 Moreland,
Brunswick, Victoria 3058, AUSTRALIA

0422598866
03 9347 9310
mt_osman@hotmail.com

Importers of fine perfumes, islamic multimedia (tapes, cd\'s,vcd) in arabic. Distibutors of Alfajr azan clocks and wrist watches.

Al Dayaa

Al Dayaa
15 Durham Street,
Carlton, 2218, AUSTRALIA
02 -9553 8379

 

Fresh Meat- Butchery

 

AL EMAN

AL EMAN
68 Auburn Road,
Auburn, NSW 2144, AUSTRALIA

02-9649 5226

 

Hairdressers

Al Isra & Mi'raj Bookshop

Al Isra & Mi'raj Bookshop
1St Floor 61 A Liverpool St,
Hobart, Tasmania , AUSTRALIA

03 -6234 6154
03 6234 5254
alisra@eisa.net.au

Islamic book shop

 

AL JABIRI DR & ASSOCIATES

AL JABIRI DR & ASSOCIATES
32 Ware Street, Fairfield, NSW 2165, AUSTRALIA
02-9723 3111

 

Migration Consultants / Services

 

Al Jazira Lebanese Restaurant

Al Jazira Lebanese Restaurant
19 Falcon Street,
Sydney, Crows Nest 2065, AUSTRALIA

02 -9966 0999

 

Restaurant

 

Al Khyber Café

Al Khyber Café
2 Sydney Rd, Coburg, 3058, AUSTRALIA
9386 1919

 

Halal Restaurant

 

Al Mustafa

Al Mustafa
276 Cleveland Street,
Sydney, Surry Hills 2010, AUSTRALIA
02 -9319 5632

 

Restaurant

 

Al Pak Halal Butcher

Al Pak Halal Butcher
Shop 4, No 168-176, Haldon Street,
Lakemba, 2195, AUSTRALIA
02-9750 5080

 

Halal Meat -Butcher

 

Al Safaa Resturant

Al Safaa Resturant
46 - 46A King William St,
Adelaide, SA 5000, AUSTRALIA

 

Halal restaurant

Al Shimal Quality Meats

Al Shimal Quality Meats
339, Waterloo Road,
Sydney, 2190, AUSTRALIA

02 -9642 8744

Butchery

 

Al Soltana Restaurant

Al Soltana Restaurant
60A, Auburn Road,
Sydney, Auburn , AUSTRALIA
02-9646 1495

 

 

AL-AMEEN HALAL MEATS

AL-AMEEN HALAL MEATS
67 Foster Street,
Dandenong, VIC 3175, AUSTRALIA
03 -9793 9377

 

Halal Products

 

Al-Ameen Smallgoods & Meats

Al-Ameen Smallgoods & Meats
12 Gawler Place,
Sydney, Bossley Park , AUSTRALIA

9823 9244

 

Butchery

Al-Amir Halal Poultry

Al-Amir Halal Poultry
6 Apex Court,
Thomastown, , AUSTRALIA

9464-2594

Halal Restaurant

Al-Bait Spice & Butchery

Al-Bait Spice & Butchery
Unit 3B, 1-7 Walder St Belconnen ACT 2617,
Canberra, ACT 2617, AUSTRALIA

02-6251 9169
6251 9169
info@albait.com.au

For All your Halal Meat products, Spices, Fresh/Frozen foods, local groceries & International Phone cards.

Al-Fajr Halal Meat

Al-Fajr Halal Meat
719 Gilbert Rd,
Reservoir, , AUSTRALIA
9471-4133

 

Halal Restaurant

 

AL-HATIMEE MATRAVILLE HARDWARE

AL-HATIMEE MATRAVILLE HARDWARE
480 Bunnerong Road,
Matraville, , AUSTRALIA

02-9311 1867

 

Hardware - Retail

 

Al-Nakeeb Immigration, Translation & Education Services

Al-Nakeeb Immigration, Translation & Education Services
P.O. Box 608 Liverpool, NSW 2170, Sydney, NSW 2170, AUSTRALIA

+61-2-9602 2999
+61-2 9602 2299
malnakeeb@bigpond.com

All tpes of Immigration to Australia services: Skilled, Family, Investment, Humanitarian, .. etc.

AL-WADI ROASTERY PTY LTD

AL-WADI ROASTERY PTY LTD
697 High Street, Thornbury, VIC 3071, AUSTRALIA
03-9484 7131

 

Health Foods / Products Manufacturers

 

Aladdin Restaurant

Aladdin Restaurant
86 Collins Street,
Hobart, 7000, AUSTRALIA
03-6234 4181

 

Halal Restaurant

 

Aladdin's Doner Kebab

Aladdin's Doner Kebab
Shop 8, Level A (Albert St Level), Myer Center,
Brisbane, , AUSTRALIA

 

Doner Kebabs, Turkish delights

Aladdin's Pizza

Aladdin's Pizza
284 Sydney Rd,,
Brunswick, , AUSTRALIA
93-877835

 

Halal Restaurant

AlaDin Catering And Wholesale

AlaDin Catering And Wholesale
3/9 Dulwich St,
Loganholme, QLD 4129, AUSTRALIA
07 -3806 5497

 

Muslim Businesses

 

Alanya Pide

Alanya Pide
148 Railway Parade,
Sydney, Kogarah 2217, AUSTRALIA

02-9553 0501

Turkish Pizza & Kebab House. Eat in or Take Away. Free home delivery.

Alanya Restaurant

Alanya Restaurant
First floor, 22 Style Arcade,
Canberra, 2603, AUSTRALIA
02-6295 9678

 

Halal Restaurant

Alasya 2

Alasya 2
163 Sydney Rd,
Melbourne, 3056, AUSTRALIA

03-9387 6914

 

Halal Restaurant

 

Alasya Restaurant

Alasya Restaurant
555 Sydney Rd,
Melbourne, 3056, AUSTRALIA
03-9387 0713

 

Halal Restaurant

 

Alasya Turkish Restaurant

Alasya Turkish Restaurant
555 Sydney Rd,,
Brunswick, 3056, AUSTRALIA

93-872679

Halal Restaurant

 

Aldhiaffah Al-Iraqi Restaurant

Aldhiaffah Al-Iraqi Restaurant
13 The Crescent,
Sydney, Fairfield 2165, AUSTRALIA

02 -9755 0870

 

Restaurant

Ali Ba Ba

Ali Ba Ba
Shop FC5, Tuggeranong Hyperdome,
Canberra, 2900, AUSTRALIA
02-6293 2529

 

Halal Restaurant

 

Ali Ba Ba 2

Ali Ba Ba 2
Bunda Street,
Canberra, 2601, AUSTRALIA
02-6257 2538

 

Halal Restaurant

 

Ali Ba Ba 3

Ali Ba Ba 3
7 Furneaux Street,
Canberra, 2603, AUSTRALIA
02-6295 2207

 

Halal Restaurant

 

Ali Ba Ba Lebanese Cuisine

Ali Ba Ba Lebanese Cuisine
Woden Plaza,
Canberra, 2606, AUSTRALIA
02-6281 0405

 

Halal Restaurant

 

Ali Baba Butcher

Ali Baba Butcher
Shop 1 55 Marion Street,
Sydney, Harris Park 2150, AUSTRALIA

9633-9366

Butchery

 

Ali Baba Queens Plaza

Ali Baba Queens Plaza
226 Queen st,
Brisbane, Queensland 4000, AUSTRALIA

 

Halal Store

 

Ali Baba's Kebab Takeaway

Ali Baba's Kebab Takeaway
3013 Gold Coast Highway,
Gold Coast, QLD, AUSTRALIA
07-5527 5180

 

Halal Restaurant

 

 

 

 

 

References
Islam in Australia ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islam_in_Australia   , June, 2008).
Info please ( http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0107296.html ,  June, 2008).
Islam Finder ( http://www.islamicfinder.org/cityPrayerNew.php?country=australia   , June, 2008).
Anonymous, Documents from Representatives of Islamic Organizations in Australia, June 2008.