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Sinhala Association of Queensland are a non-profit organisation based in Brisbane. We assist in preserving and promoting the Sinhala language and the Sri Lankan culture by hosting events, such as dancing, singing and drama performances. Additionally, we offer services to our members to help out Sri Lankan families in both Australia and the mother-land.

Our objectives

To promote and preserve Sinhala language
To promote and preserve religious activities that facilitate Sri Lankan culture
To promote and preserve Sri Lankan culture including Sri Lankan music, dancing, art and drama with emphasis on the Sinhala language
To provide assistance to new immigrants from Sri Lanka
To provide assistance to Sri Lankans in crisis
To facilitate welfare needs of the members of the SAQ
To establish funds as required to meet future needs of the members of the SAQ
To undertake activities that facilitate Sri Lankan culture and promote multiculturalism in Australia.
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Sinhala Association events update are added regularly. please check

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The school operates from Nazerath Church Hall Woolloongabba premises with around 80 students studying in five levels of classes from preschool to year 7.

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Sinhala Association of Queensland has expanded its services to the community by introducing the youth arm to create a dynamic Sri Lankan youth group in Queensland and foster values and skills to be worthy citizens.

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Contact


  • Sinhala Association of Queensland
    p. O. Box 6355
    Upper MT Gravatt, QLD 4122
    info@queenslandsinhala.org
    www.queenslandsinhala.org

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