The Islamic Museum of Australia a not-for-profit museum that is home to artefacts and different artworks that capture the significant contributions made by Muslims across the world.
This rich heritage on display also shows the intersection between Islam and Australia’s culture, making for a great learning experience.
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Guided tours on the other hand, are perfect for groups of eight or more people. A trained guide accompanies the groups during the visit and offers more information on the different exhibits and artefacts. Guided tours last an average of 1.5 hrs, but may vary depending on group dynamics.
Islamic Museum of Australia has a number of facilities intended to make your visit enjoyable. Get a wide array of gifts and souvenirs from the Gift Shop, including greeting cards, postcards and picture boxes. Enjoy delicious meals at the onsite cafe, Modern Middle Eastern run by renowned chef, Samira El Khafir.
The Islamic Museum of Australia is accessible for persons with disabilities and free parking is available on location. To get to the museum via public transport, Take a route 8 tram from Federation Square or Melbourne Central towards Moreland. Alight at the corner of Holmes Street and Moreland Road (stop 129). The museum is 800 metres from here.
So come along to the Islamic Museum of Australia and gain a unique insight into the Australian Muslim experience.