About Us

About Us

Al Tadhkirah Institute is an Islamic education centre that teaches Qur’an and Islam to the Muslims of all ages all around Australia.

We emphasize on the authentic teachings of Quran and Hadith in the context of western culture so that Muslims can strengthen their Iman to lead life on the path of Allah. Hence, beside Quran Tajweed class, we also conduct Hadith Class, Islamic Studies and Quran Memorization for our students. Our primary focus is Kids and youth along with adult students. We share knowledge about Islam and our duties as a Muslim. We teach young Muslims about Islamic manners and etiquettes in the light of Seerah of our Prophet (PBUH) and his companions. 

ATI was established by a non-profit organization; Islamic Practice and Dawah Circle Inc. – IPDC (www.ipdc.org.au). All fees earned are spent to run the institute and further growth of our operations.

Our Motto


At ATI, we are committed to teaching our students to learn in a positive, educational and exciting method.


We aim to help our students achieve and work towards the learning-based goals set to help them improve step by step.


We teach our students to then implement their learnings in their daily lives and continue working towards becoming better Muslims and people within the community.

Our Head Staff

Sheikh Mohammad Abu Hurayra is a prominent Islamic scholar from Bangladesh, living in Australia. He is the Principal of ATI’s NSW Campus & Imam and Khateeb of Masjid St Marys (NSW) affiliated with Islamic Practice and Dawah Circle (IPDC), a non-profit active Dawah organisation. Sheikh Mohammad Abu Hurayra studied in Al-Azhar University, Egypt in the faculty of Islamic Theology, International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) studied Aqidah, and also studied Islamic banking & finance at International Centre for Education in Islamic Finance (INCEIF). He is currently preaching Dawah and contemporary Tafsir of the Quran mostly in Bengali or in English Languages for many organisations around the world. 

About IPDC

IPDC is a registered not for profit community organisation. Like many other community organisations, the beginning of IPDC was also from week end family get together. It was late nineties. Few likeminded families and friends used to get together in some one’s house with a common question; how could they practice and celebrate their religion Islam properly in their newly adopted home Australia.