Australia Ramadan 2024 Timings Timetable Calendar with prayer time

Are you currently working in Australia and going to welcome the forthcoming Ramadan Kareem in Australia? Don’t worry! We are here to guide you well. Our Australia Ramadan Timetable (Calendar) with Sahar-o-Iftar & Prayer timetable will keep you updated about the holy month while being relaxed about the timing of Sehri, Iftari (fasting), and Prayer Timing.

Ramadan is an important month for Muslims all around the world, including Australia. The exact dates for Ramadan in 2023 will be determined by the sighting of the moon, but it is expected to start on the evening of Friday, March 24, 2023, and end on the evening of Sunday, April 23, 2023. Here is a general Ramadan timetable for Australia based on those expected dates:

Follow our Ramadan Australia Calendar with a fast and prayer timetable to observe your fast on time according to Islamic timing. This timetable is for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, and other cities of Australia. We wish you to have a blessed Ramadan in Australia.

Sydney Ramadan 2023 Australia timetable with Sahar-o-Iftar Timing

105:36 AM7:04 PM23 Mar 2023
205:37 AM7:03 PM24 Mar 2023
305:37 AM7:02 PM25 Mar 2023
405:38 AM7:00 PM26 Mar 2023
505:39 AM6:59 PM27 Mar 2023
605:40 AM6:58 PM28 Mar 2023
705:41 AM6:56 PM29 Mar 2023
805:41 AM6:55 PM30 Mar 2023
905:42 AM6:53 PM31 Mar 2023
1005:43 AM6:52 PM01 Apr 2023
1104:44 AM5:51 PM02 Apr 2023
1204:44 AM5:49 PM03 Apr 2023
1304:45 AM5:48 PM04 Apr 2023
1404:46 AM5:47 PM05 Apr 2023
1504:47 AM5:45 PM06 Apr 2023
1604:47 AM5:44 PM07 Apr 2023
1704:48 AM5:43 PM08 Apr 2023
1804:49 AM5:42 PM09 Apr 2023
1904:50 AM5:40 PM10 Apr 2023
2004:50 AM5:39 PM11 Apr 2023
2104:51 AM5:38 PM12 Apr 2023
2204:52 AM5:37 PM13 Apr 2023
2304:52 AM5:35 PM14 Apr 2023
2404:53 AM5:34 PM15 Apr 2023
2504:54 AM5:33 PM16 Apr 2023
2604:54 AM5:32 PM17 Apr 2023
2704:55 AM5:30 PM18 Apr 2023
2804:56 AM5:29 PM19 Apr 2023
2904:56 AM5:28 PM20 Apr 2023
3004:57 AM5:27 PM21 Apr 2023
Sydney05:44 /am06:50 /pm
Perth05:07 /am06:12 /pm
Canberra05:52 /am06:58 /pm
Newcastle05:42 /am06:48 /pm
Wollongong05:45 /am06:51 /pm
Brisbane04:39 /am05:46 /pm
Gold Coast04:38 /am05:44 /pm
Logan City04:39 /am05:45 /pm
Adelaide06:04 /am07:10 /pm
Melbourne06:07 /am07:13 /pm

Ramadan 2023 in Australia

There are 500,000 plus Muslims in Australia who belong to different countries from all around the world. So, in Ramadan Kareem Australia depicts its diversity of Ramadan traditions.

Ramadan is the month when Muslims all around the world fast from dawn to dusk. In a country where Muslims are fewer in number, fasting can be difficult. As your colleagues, fellows and associates might insist you have a cup of coffee or lunch with you, so you can guide them nicely that you are fasting and it’s not allowed to drink or eat during the fast.

Peoples of other communities misunderstand that fasting is might a program for weight loss. You should tell them the real purpose of fasting is to learn self-control and to understand the condition of needy and hungry people so you can thank Allah for his unlimited blessings. This month gives the opportunity for self-reflection and people can change the bad aspects of their personalities. Fasting restores faith in Allah and people can adopt good habits of offering prayers regularly and reciting the Holy Quran.

Try to spend this Ramadan according to the teachings of our beloved Prophet (SAW) and the Quran to change your inner self. There is no surety of this temporary life. It can end at any moment so Ramadan Kareem gives you a chance to collect some good deeds for your next life. Don’t forget to help poor people. Don’t skip fast and prayers, and recite the Quran on a daily basis.  Bring and apply Islam teachings in your daily life and try to be a good representative of your Religion.

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