To get more information regarding Ramadan 2023, you can also visit our page dedicated to everything about Ramadan!
Upon the sighting of the moon, Ramadan will commence on 22nd of March 2023 (Friday). Ramadan every year ends after 29 or 30 days, depending on the sighting of the new moon thus this year it is expected to end on 20th April 2023 (Thursday). For more information check out our Ramadan 2023 page.
As we all know, prayer timings can differ on a daily basis. To make your life easier and for the purpose of convenience, you can check the prayer times for your location on our prayer times page.
Our Ramadan 2023 microsite is the one-stop place for all your Ramadan and Eid content. Check it out here!
Qibla direction is usually the way facing the Ka’ba but for more accuracy, you can utilize the Qibla finder tool on our Qibla Direction page.
April 18th. Laylatul Qadr is generally on the 27th of Ramadan and during the last 10 days of Ramadan according to some scholars but it could vary as there are no set dates as to when Laylatul Qadr is.
Australians will celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr on the 21st of April.
Australia will see fasting periods of around 14-15 hours.
Usually around 5:54 AM. Click here for daily updated times.
Usually around 05:59 PM. Click here for daily updated times.
Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer/BioNTech, and Moderna are halal and will not break your fast. This was validated by Muslim scholars as well as the Fiqh Council of North America along with the Assembly of Muslim Jurists of America.
The daytime temperature varies below 21°C.
Some masjids are allowed to be opened and with the Covid-19 safety regulations and social distancing measures lifted in most of the areas, it is possible that masjids and its festivities to open fully this ramadan. General precautionary measures have been set up for daily prayers and reviews have been carried out by health inspectors. However, it is better to stay safe, take your dose of vaccines, and stay home if you contracted the virus. For further information on which masjid is located closest to you, you can visit our Mosque Near You page.
To find out more options you can browse through our Halal Restaurant Finder here
In light of the current situation, most of food operations are resuming normally and get food delivered to your doorstep for the convenience is possible. In Australia, you can utilize UberEats, Menulog, and DoorDash.
Certain members of the Muslim community of Australia have gotten together and set up a television studio called The One Path Network. The aim of this was to provide a more authentic and professional approach towards Islam.