Sikhs have been documented living and working in Australia dating back to the 1830s.
Today there are over 210,000 Sikhs in Australia, representing 0.8% of the Australian population.
Founded in 2015, charity organisation Turbans 4 Australia have supported hundreds of thousands of Australians through tough times including natural disasters, homelessness, domestic violence, poverty, unemployment and the isolating Covid-19 pandemic.
Their story is a continuous journey from the past, embedded with traditions and values from centuries of rich history, into contemporary Australian life and identity today.
This enduring story of selfless service, promoting multiculturalism and religious tolerance, is a celebration of Sikh heritage, arts, culture and values.
Liverpool Regional Museum
462 Hume Highway Liverpool
Tuesday - Saturday 10 am - 4 pm (Saturday 1st and 3rd of each month)