Eid Ul Adha 2022 Australia

Eid ul Adha 2022 Date in Australia starts on the evening of 08 July 2022 and ends on 11 July 2022. Eid ul Adha or Eid ul Azha is known as the Festival of Sacrifice in the Islamic faith and Muslims worldwide. Eid ul Adha 2022 date in Australia observes every year in the month of Zul Hijjah or Dhul Hijjah and the Islamic date of 10. Eid ul Azha or Bakra Eid is also called Eid Al Adha in the Arabic world.

Event Eid Ul Adha
Date Evening of 08 Jul 22
Hijri Date 10 Zulhijjah 1443 AH

Eid Ul Adha in Australia is 08 Jul 22 (10 Zulhijjah 1443 AH). In Islam, there are several Islamic events that have their own significance. However, Eid Ul Adha is also among the holiest event in Islam. Each year, Muslims in Australia do special arrangements regarding the event. They eagerly wait for the moon sighting to be aware about the confirmed date of Eid Ul Adha in Australia and to plan their activities accordingly.

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Apart from animal slaugtering, charity and zakat are also given equal importance. Hence, these are also pivotal Islamic Observances that need to be given importance.

  • Mehr Bano , Sydney
  • Thu 23 Jun, 2022

The Lakemba Mosque is the biggest mosque in Australia. It is the mosque that host special and Eid ul Adha prayers. Muslims gather in great numbers as it can accomodate more than 500 believers in a day and more than 2000 for friday prayers. Eid ul Adha 2022 is Australia is celebrated with great enthusiasm. Muslims exchange gifts and share greetings to each other.

  • Shafeeq , Australia
  • Mon 13 Jun, 2022

I have been living in Australia for over three decades. And every time there is Eid I miss my family in Pakistan. May Allah bless my family and they always stay safe and secure. Ameen . Eid ul Adha Mubarak 2022 to all!

  • Atif , Melbourne
  • Tue 31 May, 2022

I wish all a happy Eid Ul Adha. May Allah bless us all. May He fills us with peace and liveliness. I also wish all my Autralian Muslims friends a Eid to spend it with their family.

  • Muhammad Uzair , Australia
  • Tue 24 May, 2022

Australia officially declared on Friday that July 19 will be Arafah and July 20, 2021 will be Eid Al-Adha. Australian authorities also urge the Muslim community to remain patient, cooperative, and compliant during these trying times, as well as to adhere to health precautionary measures.

  • Raza , Sydney
  • Thu 15 Jul, 2021

The event of Eid ul Kabir reminds us the sacrifices of Hazrat Ibrahim (Blessings of Allah Be Upon Him) and his son Hazrat Ismail (Blessings of Allah Be Upon Him).

  • Shams, Perth
  • Tue 13 Jul, 2021

Since lockdown is extended here in Greater Sydney area, It is quite upsetting for the community and for our family and friends, not to be able to celebrate Eid Al Adha together.

  • Farrukh , NSW
  • Fri 09 Jul, 2021

I am living in Australia to complete my study. However, me and my friends always use this website to view the expected date of different Islamic events such as Eid ul Adha.

  • Raza, Sydney
  • Tue 06 Jul, 2021

Australia is a diversified country in terms of religion and ethnic backgrounds. However, a few years back, I came here for job and faced no issue while observing Eid al Adha.

  • Asghar, Sydney
  • Fri 25 Jun, 2021

Eid Al Adha is about to arrive, here in Australia, since it's not a Muslim country we don't get any relaxation like a day off or so. but still we make time for family gatherings and preparing delicious meat dishes to feast upon .

  • Faiz, Perth
  • Wed 23 Jun, 2021