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Our visit here with our adult daughter was very interesting and informative. Our guide Ergun was very pleasant and explained things very well. I would not call this a tourist attraction, but for anyone who is interested in learning something about the Muslim faith and...More
As a worshipper, the main objective is to get the prayers done as soon as possible but I couldn't help but stopped to admire the architecture and interior of the mosque which closely mimicked mosques in Turkey.
The mosque is visible from the train and...More
have just returned from a really interesting and fascinating one hour tour of Auburn Gallipoli mosque with a group of friends.We were all better educated and genuinely enjoyed the tour after our guide ,Ergun, made it so appealing .You do not need to be of...More
Visiting the Galliopoli Mosque with my grandson for his school project to compare the Mosque with his own church was a very enjoyable experience. The staff were very helpful and my grandson was able to better understand the differences between the two faiths by the...More
The first thing that strikes me is the mosque elegant Turkish architecture and interior design. The mosque is quite big, probably one of the largest mosque in Australia. There is plenty of parking near the mosque area as well.
I was staying near Broadway in...More
I went to Auburn in September as the food in the main street of Auburn is very good - the turkish food is the best in Sydney in my opinion. I was disappointed with the mosque, which along with the high rise buildings in the...More
The ancient architectural design and presentation of this mosque is an alternative experience. A young traditionally dressed married Australian Moslem woman guided us round the site, explaining clearly the purposes and sights for $5 donation. People were at prayer, studying, meeting, and photos were permitted....More