The Sydney Ken

קן סידני

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What's On

You can find the Sydney Ken at 7 St Marys Ave, Waverly

Weekly Peulot (activities) are run every Sunday. 


Junior (Years 3-8): 3:00 - 5:00pm

Senior (Years 9-12): 5:30- 7:30pm


Our Mazkir (chairperson) is Dylan Kramer, who can be contacted by email on, or by mobile on 0422 884 517.

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Sydney Camp


Habonim Dror Sydney runs a number of camps and seminars throughout the year. Our camps are insanely fun, and have engaging educational content. No one does a Jewish youth camp like Habonim Dror!




Summer Camps 2020

KAYETZET (Grade 3-8):

20-24 December 2020

SYDFED21 (Grade 9-11): 

14-19 January 2021



 Sign up to become a member of Habonim Dror Sydney (sign up form link TBA)!


  • Great discounts on all camps and events!

  • Support Habo

  • Allow us to keep doing what we are doing! 


Join The Parents and Friends!

הורים וחברים


The parents and friends (PnF) are an amazing support network for the youth movement. Comprising of Parents of chanichim, habo bogrim and general Habo enthusiasts, these guys do great work supporting the movement by fundraising, house development, legal advice and more!


If you want to help out Habo in any way, shape or form - be it fundraising, community engagement or general advice - please contact Dylan Kramer (mazkir) at


Kehilat Ayelet HaShachar

אַיֶלֶת הַשַׁחַר


A Jewish congregation established by Habonim Dror, which uses Hebrew prayers, songs and instruments to connect Jews to Shabbat and Chaggim (Jewish Holidays). We run weekly Friday Kabalat Shabbat services at Habo House from 6:00pm-7:00pm, as well as special events for Chaggim.


Please come and get involved in our meaningful chagim and shabbat services! Everyone welcome.


Check out our Facebook group for more info.



Aleh Vehagshem - עלה והגשם

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We acknowledge the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People as the First People of Australia and pay our respects to the elders past and present with whom we share this great country