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Mosques, Masjids and Musallahs in Brisbane

Apart from finding out where to get Halal food from, Muslims also want to know where the nearest place to pray is by way of a Mosque, Masjid or Musallah. We thought we'd provide this service as well to help you out.

There are mosques, masjids and musallahs across most areas of Brisbane with major plans moving forward to secure a more permanent prayer facility for Muslims in the Brisbane CBD.

The information below is based upon suburbs in Brisbane:

Algester (Islamic Society of Algester)
48 Learoyd Road
Algester
http://www.isoa.com.au/

Bald Hills (Islamic Society of Bald Hills)
119 Telegraph Road
Bald Hills
http://www.isbh.org.au/

Buranda (Darul Uloom)
6 Agnes Street
Buranda (just behind Office Works)
Managed by Darul Uloom

Capalaba
26 Veronica Street
Capalaba

Eagleby
262 Fryer Road
Eagleby

Eight Mile Plains / Rochedale
2674 Logan Road
Eight Mile Plains (near RACQ and opp. the Sikh Temple)
Managed by the Bosnian Muslim Community

Holland Park
309 Nursery Road
Holland Park
1st Mosque in QLD, established over 100 years ago!
http://www.hpmosque.org.au/

Kuraby
1408 Beenleigh Road
Kuraby
aka Masjid Al-Farooq
http://www.kurabymosque.org.au/

Logan City (Marsden)
Third Avenue and Curtisii Court
Marsden

Lutwyche
33 Fuller Street
Lutwyche

Moorooka Musallah
10/204 Beaudesert Road
Moorooka

West End
12 Princhester Street
West End

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Brisbane needs a central prayer facility in the CBD. With so many Muslim professionals working in the CBD and surrounds and with Muslim tourist numbers growing each year, we have an urgent need for a Masjid/Musallah/Mosque in Brisbane. If you have ideas on how this can be facilitated, please let us know!

If you know of a Mosque, Masjid or Musallah that needs to be added here or if there are any errors, please let us know:
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"He hath only forbidden you dead meat, and blood, and the flesh of swine, and that on which any other name hath been invoked besides that of Allah. But if one is forced by necessity, without wilful disobedience, nor transgressing due limits - then is he guiltless. For Allah is Oft-Forgiving Most Merciful" [Qur'an 2:73]




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