Gurudwaras, Mosques, Temples and Churches

South Australia has a rich multicultural history resulting in diverse religious groups and buildings spread across Adelaide. One of Adelaide’s most distinctive buildings, The Adelaide Mosque, dates back to 1888 and proudly sits as Australia’s oldest mosque.

Today, South Australia is home to people from more than 200 culturally, linguistically and religiously diverse backgrounds. Adelaide continues to welcome visitors and new migrants from many different backgrounds into its multicultural community.

People of all religions are free to worship in Adelaide. There are a number of Gurudwaras, mosques and temples in and around the city.


Gurudwara Sahib Adelaide/ Sikh Society of SA

10 Mount Barker Road, Glen Osmond
Ph: 8379 4420  

Guru Nanak Society of Australia Inc

7A, Barham Street, Allenby Gardens
Ph: 8346 7960

Gurudwara Sahib

16-18 King Street, Prospect


The Adelaide Mosque (Australia's oldest mosque)

20 Little Gilbert Street, Adelaide
Ph: 8231 6443

Islamic Arabic Centre and Masjid Al-Khalil

Corner Audley Street and Torrens Road, Woodville North
Ph: 08 8268 1944
Imam Amin (Egyptian)
Sheikh Soulaiman (Lebanese)


Buddhist Temple

45 Smith Street Thebarton
Ph: 8443 5856

Shree Swaminarayan Temple Adelaide

56-68 Clayson Road, Salisbury East
Ph: 08 8283 3886

ISKCON Temple Hare Krishna Adelaide

25 Le Hunte St Kilburn
Ph: 08 8359 5120

Adelaide Ganesh Temple

3A Dwyer Rd, Oaklands Park
Ph: 08 8298 1278


St. Francis Xavier Cathedral

39 Wakefield St, Adelaide SA 5000
(08) 8232 8688

St. Peters Cathedral

27 King William Rd, North Adelaide SA
(08) 8267 4551

Holy Trinity Anglican Church

87 North Terrace, Adelaide SA
(08) 8213 7300

Pilgrim Church

12 Flinders St, Adelaide SA
(08) 8212 3295

Uniting Church

2/212 Pirie St, Adelaide SA
(08) 8236 4200

For more information visit the Adelaide Visitor Information Centre in James Place, Adelaide or Phone (within Australia): 1300 588 140