The Australian Baha'i Temple, or House of Worship, is a place of prayer and meditation that is open to people of all beliefs.

We offer the Temple as a gift to the Australian people in line with our belief in the oneness of God, the oneness of His Messengers and the oneness of humanity.

Located in the beautiful hills and bushland above the northern beaches of Sydney, it is one of seven Baha’i Temples throughout the world.

Other Baha’i Temples are located in Apia, Samoa; Chicago, USA; Frankfurt, Germany; Kampala, Uganda; New Delhi, India; and Panama City, Panama. A new Baha'i Temple is currently being built in Santiago, Chile.
Each Temple is designed to be distinctive, the unifying factor being that all are nine-sided – a symbol of the unity of the world religions.
Like all Baha’i Temples, the Australian Temple is intended to become a future hub for social, scientific, educational and humanitarian services.
We invite you to visit the Temple, which is open to the public from 9 am to 5 pm every day of the year.

In the summer months of December and January it is open until 7 pm (Saturday and Sunday only).

A public service is held every Sunday at 11 am.

Watch our video from the 50th anniversary of the Baha'i Temple, held on 18 September 2011: