Friday, October 28, 2016
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Location of Gurdwara

Revesby Gurudwara is located on 14 –18 The River Road.  The River Road is off Canterbury Road.  As you are coming from Bankstown on Canterbury Road, take a left turn on The River Road.  The majestic Gurdwara Building is on the right side just after the shopping complex spreading the message:

History of Gurudwara

 The properties of 14 and 16 The River Road were bought from Sydney City Mission Centre and the Gurdwara was first opened in 1978.  After four years another adjacent property, that is 18 The River Road was bought to start the Khalsa School and Guru Nanak Library.  In 1982, 9 Victoria Road property on the rear side of 16 The River Road was bought to facilitate access to the Gurdwara premises from two roads and to solve the parking problem.  The fifth property, 20 The River Road, was bought in 1999.

Main Entrance:

14 - 18 River Road

Revesby NSW 2212

Mail to: PO Box M32

Bankstown NSW 2200



Second Entrance:

9 Victoria Road


Contact Phone nos:

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