ICV City Mosque Re-opening

The City Mosque will be open for one hour for each prayer and a maximum of 20 people allowed per prayer.

The City Mosque will re-open for daily Salah from Monday, the 16th of November.  As per the directions of the Victorian State Government we have opened 20 spaces. Other services at the City Mosque are not available until further notice i.e. community events, education classes etc.

We will make an announcement regarding the Juma Salah in the future.

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Juma’ Prayer Announcement for the City Mosque

3 sessions conducted indoors each Friday starting the week of the 23rd of November, with a maximum capacity of 150 per session as per the directions of the Victorian State Government




66-68 Jeffcott Street, West Melbourne


66-68 Jeffcott Street, West Melbourne


66-68 Jeffcott Street, West Melbourne


 * Please note the the mosque open 30mins for registration* 

* Sisters section available*  


Covid Safe requirements to attend Juma’ at the City Mosque


– Upon arrival all visitors must provide their name and number, which can be done by scanning the at the front entry with your mobile or manually via a log-book which the COVID Safety officer will be responsible for.

– Worshippers must not be sick or show any signs of 𝐶𝑂𝑉𝐼𝐷-19 symptoms. This includes if you are awaiting on COVID-19 test results, been asked to Quarantine or self-isolate or a close contact of COVID-19 case in the last 14 days.

ICV will now be taking online booking for Jummah Prayers. There are limited spots for booking online, so it will be first in first serve basis. Walk in registrations will also be available on the day. Registrations open on Wednesday every week and close Thursday 5pm . You can book in by clicking on the link below.

Once the capacity of the Mosque is reached it will be closed. Congregants that have missed out will be allocated tickets for the next session and subsequent one.

– Jummah Prayers including the Khutbah to be Shortened to 15 minutes maximum.

– 30-minute gap between congregations to clean and clear between them.

– You must wear mask, bring prayer mat and wear socks.  

– Please perform wudu at home and amenities are not available.

– Please refer to the image above for further guidance on entry requirements

– Respect and adhere to the directions of the COVID Safety Officer and volunteers on-site

Our vision is to build a better community for all Australians through the empowerment of Muslims in Victoria