The Bahá'í Centre of Learning was completed in May 2001 and formally opened by His Excellency Lieutenant General John Sanderson, AC, Governor of Western Australia.

The Bahá'í Centre of Learning provides a place for community life for the Bahá'ís, and is located at the corner of North Lake Road and Marmion Street in Myaree, in the City of Melville a suburb of Perth, Western Australia.

The purpose of the Bahá'í Centre of Learning (BCL) is for spiritual and moral education for the Bahá'ís and wider community.

The BCL is funded entirely by the Bahá'í community of Western Australia and is used extensively by many Bahá'í communities in the Perth metropolitan area. The Centre is mainly for educational purposes and is not regarded by the Bahá'ís as a holy or sacred place nor is it regarded as a temple or church.

The design of the building is purely functional and does not represent any symbolism. It has a Baha'i bookshop, a large auditorium with a stage at entrance level, several study rooms and a conference room upstairs.

The Baha'i Centre can be hired for significant cultural and educational programs by wider community.


453 Marmion Street
Myaree WA 6154
Ph: 9330 6999

Opening hours

Monday 9am–2pm
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday 9am–2pm
Thursday Closed
Friday 9am–2pm
Saturday 11am–2pm
Sunday 11am–2pm

and other times depending on the bookings.


The Baha'i Centre of Learning is mostly used
for spiritual education purposes by Baha'is
and can also be hired by the wider community
for significant cultural and educational programs.