The Auburn Gallipoli Mosque looks very much like a Mosque in Turkey, with its classical Ottoman Architecture. It was built as a replica of a Mosque in Gallipoli. The Mosque was officially opened November 1999. Due to lack of funding, it took almost 13 years to complete the current structure of the Mosque, which was built on the location of an earlier Mosque. The Friday Khutbah is held in Turkish since almost 50% of the congregation is of Turkish origin. It can accomodate more than 2000 people for Salaath.


Gallipoli Mosque 15-19, Gelibolu Pde Auburn Sydney 2144 New South Wales Australia

Phone No

+61 2 9646 5972 +61 2 9643 1758


[email protected]


Language of service

English/ Turkish


All prayers including formal jum'a

Quick Facts

  • Female prayer section
  • Wudu facilities for ladies
  • Toilets Function rooms Parking At walking distance

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    A lovely Ottoman-style mosque located in Sydney, Auburn Gallipoli Mosque is the largest Mosque in Australia - established in November 1999. The mosque accommodates over 500 daily worshippers and serves the local Muslim community residing in the area.