Religious Freedom

Religious Freedom

Australia is a proudly multicultural nation - we are welcoming and inclusive of people from all nations of the World. 

All Australians have the right to dignity, equality, and mutual respect – regardless of your nationality, your religion, or your beliefs.

Your rights are about being treated fairly and treating others fairly, and about having the ability to make your own choices about your own life.

These basic human rights belong to all of us – every single person, they cannot be taken away from us, and they are indivisible and interdependent.

We respect the right to freedom of religious beliefs - PROVIDING - they do not breach any existing or enacted Australian Laws.

Any activities that form part of any religion MUST comply with Australian Law, and no foreign or religious law can override the Laws of Australia.

This includes - but is not limited to - Baha'i, Buddhism, Christianity (all forms), Hinduism, Islam, Jainism, Judaism, and Wicca.

Any religious practices that breach Australian Law are subject to prosecution under Australian Law.