Ramadan 2017 Australia - Ramadan Prayers Timetable 2017 In Australia

When is Ramadan in Australia?

InshaALLAH, In Australia, it is expected that 1st Ramadan 2017 will begin from 27th May evening and the first fasting day of Ramadan 1438 Hijri will be Sunday, 28th of May. But for some communities (such as Lebanese & Turkish communities) that follows Saudi Arabia for Hirji dates, Ramadan 1439 first day will be on 27th May 2017. And most probably, Ramadan month will end on Sunday, June 25th across the Australia.(Dates may vary)

Ramadan Calendar 2017 Australia With Suhoor & Iftar Times

Calculation Method: Muslim World League
Ramadan Date Day Suhoor Times
(Perth, Melbourne, Brisbane, Sydney, Adelaide)
Iftar Times
(Perth, Melbourne, Brisbane, Sydney, Adelaide)
0 27th May Saturday 05:40 AM - 05:51 AM - 05:06 AM - 05:21 AM - 05:43 AM05:22 PM - 05:12 PM - 05:03 PM - 04:56 PM - 05:15 PM
1 28th May Sunday 05:40 AM - 05:52 AM - 05:07 AM - 05:22 AM - 05:43 AM05:22 PM - 05:11 PM - 05:03 PM - 04:56 PM - 05:14 PM
2 29th May Monday 05:41 AM - 05:52 AM - 05:07 AM - 05:22 AM - 05:44 AM05:22 PM - 05:11 PM - 05:02 PM - 04:56 PM - 05:14 PM
3 30th May Tuesday 05:41 AM - 05:53 AM - 05:08 AM - 05:23 AM - 05:44 AM05:21 PM - 05:11 PM - 05:02 PM - 04:55 PM - 05:14 PM
4 31st May Wednesday 05:42 AM - 05:53 AM - 05:08 AM - 05:23 AM - 05:45 AM05:21 PM - 05:10 PM - 05:02 PM - 04:55 PM - 05:13 PM
5 1st June Thursday 05:42 AM - 05:54 AM - 05:08 AM - 05:24 AM - 05:45 AM05:21 PM - 05:10 PM - 05:02 PM - 04:55 PM - 05:13 PM
6 2nd June Friday 05:43 AM - 05:55 AM - 05:09 AM - 05:24 AM - 05:46 AM05:21 PM - 05:10 PM - 05:01 PM - 04:55 PM - 05:13 PM
7 3rd June Saturday 05:43 AM - 05:55 AM - 05:09 AM - 05:25 AM - 05:46 AM05:20 PM - 05:09 PM - 05:01 PM - 04:54 PM - 05:12 PM
8 4th June Sunday 05:44 AM - 05:56 AM - 05:09 AM - 05:25 AM - 05:47 AM05:20 PM - 05:09 PM - 05:01 PM - 04:54 PM - 05:12 PM
9 5th June Monday 05:44 AM - 05:56 AM - 05:10 AM - 05:26 AM - 05:47 AM05:20 PM - 05:09 PM - 05:01 PM - 04:54 PM - 05:12 PM
10 6th June Tuesday 05:45 AM - 05:57 AM - 05:10 AM - 05:26 AM - 05:48 AM05:20 PM - 05:08 PM - 05:01 PM - 04:54 PM - 05:12 PM
11 7th June Wednesday 05:45 AM - 05:57 AM - 05:11 AM - 05:27 AM - 05:48 AM05:20 PM - 05:08 PM - 05:01 PM - 04:54 PM - 05:12 PM
12 8th June Thursday 05:45 AM - 05:57 AM - 05:11 AM - 05:27 AM - 05:48 AM05:20 PM - 05:08 PM - 05:01 PM - 04:53 PM - 05:11 PM
13 9th June Friday 05:46 AM - 05:58 AM - 05:11 AM - 05:27 AM - 05:49 AM05:19 PM - 05:08 PM - 05:01 PM - 04:53 PM - 05:11 PM
14 10th June Saturday 05:46 AM - 05:58 AM - 05:12 AM - 05:28 AM - 05:49 AM05:19 PM - 05:08 PM - 05:01 PM - 04:53 PM - 05:11 PM
15 11th June Sunday 05:47 AM - 05:59 AM - 05:12 AM - 05:28 AM - 05:50 AM05:19 PM - 05:08 PM - 05:01 PM - 04:53 PM - 05:11 PM
16 12th June Monday 05:47 AM - 05:59 AM - 05:12 AM - 05:29 AM - 05:50 AM05:19 PM - 05:08 PM - 05:01 PM - 04:53 PM - 05:11 PM
17 13th June Tuesday 05:47 AM - 05:59 AM - 05:13 AM - 05:29 AM - 05:50 AM05:19 PM - 05:08 PM - 05:01 PM - 04:53 PM - 05:11 PM
18 14th June Wednesday 05:48 AM - 06:00 AM - 05:13 AM - 05:29 AM - 05:51 AM05:19 PM - 05:08 PM - 05:01 PM - 04:53 PM - 05:11 PM
19 15th June Thursday 05:48 AM - 06:00 AM - 05:13 AM - 05:30 AM - 05:51 AM05:20 PM - 05:08 PM - 05:01 PM - 04:53 PM - 05:11 PM
20 16th June Friday 05:48 AM - 06:00 AM - 05:13 AM - 05:30 AM - 05:51 AM05:20 PM - 05:08 PM - 05:01 PM - 04:54 PM - 05:11 PM
21 17th June Saturday 05:48 AM - 06:01 AM - 05:14 AM - 05:30 AM - 05:52 AM05:20 PM - 05:08 PM - 05:02 PM - 04:54 PM - 05:11 PM
22 18th June Sunday 05:49 AM - 06:01 AM - 05:14 AM - 05:30 AM - 05:52 AM05:20 PM - 05:08 PM - 05:02 PM - 04:54 PM - 05:11 PM
23 19th June Monday 05:49 AM - 06:01 AM - 05:14 AM - 05:31 AM - 05:52 AM05:20 PM - 05:08 PM - 05:02 PM - 04:54 PM - 05:11 PM
24 20th June Tuesday 05:49 AM - 06:02 AM - 05:14 AM - 05:31 AM - 05:53 AM05:20 PM - 05:08 PM - 05:02 PM - 04:54 PM - 05:12 PM
25 21st June Wednesday 05:49 AM - 06:02 AM - 05:15 AM - 05:31 AM - 05:53 AM05:20 PM - 05:09 PM - 05:02 PM - 04:54 PM - 05:12 PM
26 22nd June Thursday 05:50 AM - 06:02 AM - 05:15 AM - 05:31 AM - 05:53 AM05:21 PM - 05:09 PM - 05:03 PM - 04:55 PM - 05:12 PM
27 23rd June Friday 05:50 AM - 06:02 AM - 05:15 AM - 05:31 AM - 05:53 AM05:21 PM - 05:09 PM - 05:03 PM - 04:55 PM - 05:12 PM
28 24th June Saturday 05:50 AM - 06:02 AM - 05:15 AM - 05:32 AM - 05:53 AM05:21 PM - 05:09 PM - 05:03 PM - 04:55 PM - 05:13 PM
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End Ramadan dates Australia(Sunshine Coast, Darwin, Geelong, TOwnsville, Adelaide, Ballarat, Melbourne, Canberra, Brisbane, Wollongong, Cairns, Gold Coast, Sydney, Newcastle, Perth, Hobart, etc.)
25th June Sunday 05:50 AM - 06:02 AM - 05:15 AM - 05:32 AM - 05:54 AM05:21 PM - 05:10 PM - 05:03 PM - 04:55 PM - 05:13 PM
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Ramadan timetable 2017 Australia

The date of Ramadan varies every year and depending on your geographical position.

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About Ramadan Month

Ramadan, which is also known as Ramadhan or Ramazan, represents the month of fasting that Allah imposed on muslims who are of the age and the ability to practice.

This period of fasting has many meanings. It is first of all a matter of marking his obedience to God. However, the fundamental aspect of this festival is undoubtedly the will, through this practice, to show its desire to conform to the tradition of the prophets of Islam (as opposed to the fasting modes of other non-Muslim prophets).

Ramadan is the month of fasting. It is advisable to get up at dawn, before sunrise, to eat reasonably and to fast until sunset. During this fasting, it is forbidden to eat or drink, to smoke or to have sex.

It is also forbidden to have bad thoughts, to speak ill. We must be charitable towards the poor. The fast breaks traditionally at maghrib time with a glass of water and a few dates.

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However, the blessed month of Ramadan is not only a physical deprivation, but an opportunity to perform many acts of worship.

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In France, 70% of Muslims would practice fasting during Ramadan. This percentage has risen significantly since 1989 when they were 60% to practice it.

In China, in the Xinjiang region, Chinese authorities has tried last year to ban fasting from Muslims in the region.

In the United States and UK, there is new emerging trend and great initiative to open mosques to non-Muslims during Ramadan, in order to share the blessed experience.