Prayer Time Sydney

Fajr 5:31 AM
Sunrise 7:00 AM
Dhuhr 11:57 AM
Asr 2:36 PM
Maghrib 4:54 PM
Isha 6:19 PM
22 Jun, 2024
Sydney Fasting Time

Sydney Prayer Times 2024 - Australia

22, 2024 (15 Dhulhijja 1445) Today Sydney prayer times are Fajr Time 5:31 AM, Dhuhr Time 11:57 AM, Asr Time 2:36 PM, Maghrib Time 4:54 PM and Isha Time 6:19 PM. Today's Sydney prayer times are according to the Islamic Date. Check Sydney salah calendar and schedule prayer time for 7 days and 30 days for the convenience of Muslims.

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Next 30 Days Sydney Prayer Times

Date Fajr Sunrise Dhuhr Asr Maghrib Isha
Jun 22 5:31 AM 7:00 AM 11:57 AM 2:36 PM 4:54 PM 6:19 PM
Jun 23 5:31 AM 7:00 AM 11:57 AM 2:36 PM 4:54 PM 6:19 PM
Jun 24 5:31 AM 7:01 AM 11:58 AM 2:37 PM 4:55 PM 6:19 PM
Jun 25 5:31 AM 7:01 AM 11:58 AM 2:37 PM 4:55 PM 6:19 PM
Jun 26 5:31 AM 7:01 AM 11:58 AM 2:37 PM 4:55 PM 6:20 PM
Jun 27 5:32 AM 7:01 AM 11:58 AM 2:38 PM 4:56 PM 6:20 PM
Jun 28 5:32 AM 7:01 AM 11:58 AM 2:38 PM 4:56 PM 6:20 PM
Jun 29 5:32 AM 7:01 AM 11:59 AM 2:38 PM 4:56 PM 6:21 PM
Jun 30 5:32 AM 7:01 AM 11:59 AM 2:39 PM 4:57 PM 6:21 PM
Jul 01 5:32 AM 7:01 AM 11:59 AM 2:39 PM 4:57 PM 6:21 PM
Jul 02 5:32 AM 7:01 AM 11:59 AM 2:39 PM 4:58 PM 6:22 PM
Jul 03 5:32 AM 7:01 AM 11:59 AM 2:40 PM 4:58 PM 6:22 PM
Jul 04 5:32 AM 7:01 AM 12:00 PM 2:40 PM 4:59 PM 6:23 PM
Jul 05 5:32 AM 7:01 AM 12:00 PM 2:41 PM 4:59 PM 6:23 PM
Jul 06 5:32 AM 7:01 AM 12:00 PM 2:41 PM 5:00 PM 6:23 PM
Jul 07 5:32 AM 7:00 AM 12:00 PM 2:42 PM 5:00 PM 6:24 PM
Jul 08 5:31 AM 7:00 AM 12:00 PM 2:42 PM 5:01 PM 6:24 PM
Jul 09 5:31 AM 7:00 AM 12:00 PM 2:43 PM 5:01 PM 6:25 PM
Jul 10 5:31 AM 7:00 AM 12:01 PM 2:43 PM 5:02 PM 6:25 PM
Jul 11 5:31 AM 6:59 AM 12:01 PM 2:44 PM 5:02 PM 6:26 PM
Jul 12 5:31 AM 6:59 AM 12:01 PM 2:44 PM 5:03 PM 6:26 PM
Jul 13 5:31 AM 6:59 AM 12:01 PM 2:45 PM 5:03 PM 6:27 PM
Jul 14 5:30 AM 6:58 AM 12:01 PM 2:45 PM 5:04 PM 6:27 PM
Jul 15 5:30 AM 6:58 AM 12:01 PM 2:46 PM 5:05 PM 6:28 PM
Jul 16 5:30 AM 6:58 AM 12:01 PM 2:46 PM 5:05 PM 6:28 PM
Jul 17 5:29 AM 6:57 AM 12:01 PM 2:47 PM 5:06 PM 6:29 PM
Jul 18 5:29 AM 6:57 AM 12:01 PM 2:47 PM 5:06 PM 6:29 PM
Jul 19 5:29 AM 6:56 AM 12:02 PM 2:48 PM 5:07 PM 6:30 PM
Jul 20 5:28 AM 6:56 AM 12:02 PM 2:48 PM 5:08 PM 6:30 PM

* All Timings are Beginning Times

Calculation Methods Latitude /  Longitude: Juristic Methods
University of Islamic Sciences, Karachi -33.8678 / 151.2073 Hanafi (Method & Fiqah)
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Sydney Prayer Times (June 21, 2024)

Sydney Prayer Timings – In the five basic pillars of Islam, Namaz (Salah) is considered as the second more important pillar, in Qur’an there are about seven hundred different places which show the importance of Namaz in Islam. Internet facilitates in every sort of life and makes our life style easier so, being a Muslim Ummah, why we don’t get the quick helps for the internet in religious things, internet helps in striving to enlighten people with the knowledge of the Qur’an and Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) to provide the services for the Islamic point of view and be a part to spread the Islamic knowledge and info.

Sydney Prayer Times أوقات الصلاة – This Namaz time page is very useful for the Muslims, here you get the prayer timings of all the cities and districts of various countries either Muslim or Non-Muslim to get the all five times prayers according to the current schedule of Salah time in your location. This page provides the Sydney Namaz Time with Sunrise to give the quick services for the citizens of Sydney with the help of it they can offer Salah on time. The resident of Sydney can Bookmark this page in your laptops and other internet devices to get the updated timings when you visit.

Sydney Prayer Time is important to know daily by the residents of Sydney to perform daily their prayers (صلوٰۃ - نماز). Daily Sydney Prayer Times include Fajar Times at 5:31 AM, Dhuhur / Zuhur Prayer Time at 11:57 AM, Asr Prayer Time at 2:36 PM, Maghrib Prayer Time at 4:54 PM and Isha Prayer Time at 6:19 PM in Sydney. Muslim worldwide performs five Prayers daily and it is must to know the legitimate prayer time of each prayer. Users can find here Sydney prayer time monthly, weekly and for 30 days. There is also Yearly Calendar for Sydney Prayer Times.

Muslims in Sydney adhere to the principles of Islam. Muslims in Sydney live peacefully and follow all the Islamic teachings. Salah prayers include five times prayers that are followed by Muslims. Muslims offer all the salah and congregational prayers in a large gathering. Therefore, Sydney prayer times encourage Muslims to follow the right time for salah prayers without Adhan. With the help of Prayer timing in Sydney Muslims can follow a 30 days prayer schedule.

Mosques are a place in the life of a Muslim that is referred to as a second home where religious teachings are made to follow. Mosques in Brisbane also serve as an Islamic community center where Islamic teachings and traditions are taught. Mosques in Islam serve as a welfare association to help the refugees Muslims settle with Islamic laws and injunctions.

Some of the Mosques in Sydney are Sydney CBD Masjid, Auburn Gallipoli Mosque, King Faisal Mosque, Lakemba Mosque, Redfern Mosque, Masjid Al Zahra, and many others.

Sydney Prayer Times Today

Prayer Time in Sydney for Friday 21 Jun 2024 are:

Fajr Time Sydney: 5:31 AM
Zuhr Time Sydney: 11:57 AM
Asr Time Sydney: 2:36 PM
Maghrib Time Sydney: 4:54 PM
Isha Time Sydney: 6:19 PM

Today Sydney Prayer End Times

These prayer timings are updated on 21 Jun 2024

Fajr Last Time Sydney: 7:00 AM
Zuhr Last Time Sydney: 2:36 PM
Asr Last Time Sydney: 4:54 PM
Maghrib Last Time Sydney: 6:19 PM
Isha Last Time Sydney: 5:31 AM

Q: What is Fajr time in Sydney?

A: Fajr time in Sydney is 5:31 AM that includes 4 Rakats, 2 Farz and 2 Sunnah. Fajr time in Sydney lasts until sunrise at 7:00 AM.

Q: When is Zuhr time in Sydney?

A: Zuhr time in Sydney is 11:57 AM. Zuhr prayer involves 4 Sunnah, 4 Farz, 2 Sunnah, and 2 nafl rakats. Sydney Zuhr time ends before Asr at 2:36 PM.

Q: What is Asr time in Sydney?

A: Asr time in Sydney starts at 2:36 PM and comprises 4 Sunnat and 4 Farz rakats. Asr time in ends before Maghrib prayer at 4:54 PM.

Q: When is Maghrib time in Sydney?

A: Maghrib time in Sydney is 4:54 PM, including 3 Farz, 2 Sunnat, and 2 Nafl rakats. Sydney Maghrib time ends before Isha at 6:19 PM.

Q: What is Isha time in Sydney?

A: Isha time in Sydney is 6:19 PM. Isha prayer consists of 4 Sunnah, 4 Farz, 2 Sunnah, 2 Nafl, 3 Witr, and 2 Nafl rakats. Sydney Isha time ends before Fajr at 5:31 AM.

Comments: Sydney Prayer Times

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  • Saleem, Sydney
  • Sat 04 Mar

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  • Haider, Sydney
  • Tue 17 Jan

I can check quick entire schedule of Sydney Prayer Times. now that everyone can easily check that with every authentic detail about pray

  • Parvaiz, Sydney
  • Mon 19 Dec

A Muslim can gain forgiveness for his sins, more rewards for his good deeds, and a better relationship with Allah. Ramadan timing for Sydney is given here that is helping me alot to prepare my self

  • Ahmed, Sydney
  • Wed 07 Dec

Due to the Business meeting tour, I have to go to Sydney. I never miss any Salah that is why I decided to visit on Sydney Prayer Timings page where I will get timings easily.

  • Jalal, Sydney
  • Wed 30 Nov

Muslims find comfort in the five daily prayers that they offer. A Muslim can gain forgiveness for his sins, more rewards for his good deeds, and a better relationship with Allah.

  • Bilal , Sydney
  • Thu 10 Nov

Do you know that praying on time can benefit in fat loss from your body and will eventually make you less greedy for hunger.

  • Wajahat , Sydney
  • Tue 01 Nov

If a Muslim so chooses, he or she may offer voluntary units during nafil prayers. While some choose to pray in a group at the neighborhood mosque, others prefer to do it in their homes or places of employment.

  • Saima , Sydney
  • Sat 15 Oct

Sydney has some of the beautiful built Mosques that can visited by Muslims often for prayers either individual or in jamaat.

  • Salwa , Sydney
  • Tue 20 Sep

Salat is the name for prayer. Islam mandates that its adherents offer up five prayers each day. For these ritual prayers, one must rise, lean, prostrate themselves, and finally sit. They must be conducted facing Mecca the direction which is known as Qibla.

  • Afsha , Sydney
  • Mon 12 Sep

Prayer is known as salat. Islam requires its followers to perform five prayers each day. These ritual prayers require standing, inclining, prostrating oneself, and then sitting. They must be conducted facing Mecca the direction which is known as Qibla.

  • Abdullah , Sydney
  • Tue 30 Aug