Muslims in Sydney Australia usually live near the mosques they pray in. For example, you will find that Turks and Somalies live in Auburn. The Mosque in Auburn is one of the largest in Sydney and was built by the Turkish community.
Lebanese Muslims live in Lakemba and Bakstown. While the main mosque that was built in Lakemba, Lebanese Muslims live also in Bankstown which is 10 minutes drive or by train to Lakemba, Greenacre, Punchbowl, and Chullora as these suburbs are of close proximity to Lakemba. Punchbowl also host a mosque.
You will also find Muslims living in Hurstville where is a small mosque.
Chullora and Greenace host the major King Fahad School which is a private school for Muslim students, but is also open for non-Muslims.
AlNoori School is locate in Greenacre and teaches Islamic studies for the primary.
Indonisian Muslims live mainly in Dee Why in the Northern shores of Sydney. There is also a mosque in Surry Hills, but this is maily for Sydney city workers who wishes to pray during working hours.
Shieat Muslims live in Archnliffe where they have a mosque, radio station and social societies.
The above mentioned suburbs are not the only once where Muslins live. Muslims in Sydney Australia live all over the place, but the above is where they prefer to live near friends and family.
The Sydney society accepted the Muslims and certain businesses such as McDonald now have Halal food in its Bankstown branch.