Muslim Travellers

South Australia has a great Muslim community

Be yourself when you travel to South Australia. It’s a diverse and tolerant place.  

Multicultural Adelaide, South Australia

There are a number of mosques in Adelaide, including the oldest mosque in the Southern Hemisphere. Early settlers built it in 1888. There are also regional mosques around the state. People of all religions are free to worship in Adelaide. 

Adelaide’s food is world-class

It’s also diverse. There are halal outlets, from butchers to bakers. Enjoy fine dining. There are many halal restaurants, particularly in the city’s inner west.

Feel free to wear whatever you like. Casual, national and religious dress is fine. If you need to do some shopping, there are specialist Muslim clothing stores.

Keep up to date with news and issues. Make use of several Muslim and non-English speaking services. Read newspapers, listen to the radio and watch television.

Get help when you’re sick. There are many Muslim doctors in Adelaide.

Make yourself at home in South Australia. 

Things to do

Here are some great ideas and useful links for your South Australia holiday.

What's on

There are plenty of events in South Australia. Here are some ideas you might like.

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