The Sydney Bahai House of Worship or Sydney Bahai Temple is situated in Ingleside, a northern suburb of Sydney, Australia. According to Jennifer Taylor, a historian at Sydney University, it is among Sydney’s four most significant religious buildings constructed in the twentieth century.
The Bahai Temple is open from 9am to 5pm every day of the year and admission is free. You can:
meditate and pray silently in the Temple
attend a devotional service
walk in the gardens
visit the Information Centre
browse in the bookshop
eat in the covered open-air picnic area.
The Bahai Temple is located at 173 Mona Vale Road, Ingleside, near Sydney’s northern beaches. The GPS address should be entered as “Bahai Temple Way”. For public transport routes visit the Transport for NSW website or call 131 500.