Canberra Islamic Centre (CIC) is a community-driven organisation dedicated to informing about Islam and promoting the values of compassion, respect, and understanding.
CIC was established in 1993, with a vision to be an exemplary Australian Islamic institution that practices and upholds the values of Islam. Since its inception, CIC has become a hub for religious and cultural activities, offering a range of programs and services for Muslims and the wider community in the Australian Capital Territory.
The facility incorporates the Sabah Al Ahmad Mosque for daily prayers, a community hall for events and gatherings, classrooms for religious and educational programs and the most comprehensive Islamic library in the southern hemisphere.
Visitors are welcome for a Friday prayer, to learn about Islam or attend the regular events. For more information, please contact CIC.
To build and maintain a cohesive, respectful, religious, social, cultural, educational and an understanding institution that serves the needs of the Muslims of the ACT and the broader Australian and international communities
To be an exemplary Australian Islamic institution that practises and upholds the values of Islam.