The Hazrat Usman Mosque (also known as Blacktown Mosque) is one of the largest mosques in Australia. It is owned and managed by the Afghan Community Support Association of NSW (ACSA).

The mosque is located in the Greater Western Sydney suburb of Blacktown, New South Wales.

The construction of the mosque was completed in 2013. The total cost of the project was approximately $3.5 million dollars. The construction of the mosque was 100% funded by the various Muslim communities' of Sydney. Many members of the community volunteered in the construction of the mosque, donating their time and energy for this noble cause.

The present congregation is approximately 50% Australian-Afghan and the remaining 50% is comprised of Muslims from diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds.  

The site, above which the mosque stands, has a total area of 960 square meters. The mosque is characterised by a traditional Islamic central dome and minarets.   

Renowned Afghan artist Ustadh Abdul Karim Rahimi designed and completed the splendid artwork found in the interior of the mosque.

The mosque is available for school excursions and tours. Please contact for more information.