Would you (or your organisation) like to visit a Buddhist Temple, an Islamic Mosque, a Sikh Gurdwara, a Jewish Synagogue, a Christian Church, or a Hindu Ashram? Then join us for a Tour to Places of Worship and learn more about the beliefs, practices and customs of faith traditions in the Casey and surrounding areas.


Where We Go

Some of the places of worship included in our tours:

  • Yun Yang Temple, Narre Warren North
  • Islamic Society of Melbourne Eastern Region, Lysterfield
  • Sakyamuni Sambuddha Vihara Temple, Narre Warren South
  • Nanaksar Sikh Temple, Lynbrook
  • Shiva Vishnu Temple, Carrum Downs
  • Brahma Kumaris Retreat Centre, Frankston South
  • Turkish Islamic Cultural Centre & Mosque, Keysborough
  • Gurdwara Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Temple, Keysborough
  • Etz Chayim Progressive Synagogue, Bentleigh
  • Islamic Museum of Australia, Thornbury
  • Church of Scientology of Melbourne, Ascot Vale

The places we visit on each tour will vary from tour to tour.  


When and Where

For details of upcoming tours please visit our Upcoming Events page.


How to Book

Tours can be booked by emailing the names of the participants to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Guidelines for Respectful Practices During Visits

When visiting the places of worship we learn to be mindful of others customs and beliefs.  We are being invited and welcomed into somebodies’s sacred space and as such we like to follow some guidelines and behave in a manner that respects that faith's customs and culture.  Some of the respectful practices we observe include:

  • All are requested to remove their shoes before entering the Hindu Temple, Sikh Gurdwara, Buddhist Temple and Islamic Mosque. 
  • Women entering the Mosque are asked to cover their heads and wear clothing which covers arms to wrists and legs to ankles, and men and women are asked to cover their heads in the Gurdwara (covering provided). 
  • Visitors should have no tobacco on them when entering the Gurdwara.
  • No outside food can be brought and consumed within the Shiva Vishnu grounds.