Edit - updated title to reflect advice provided by ar7ist.
Read this in the Canberra times -
It's also a month of gratitude. By abstaining from food and water during the day, the faithful are reminded of those less fortunate. Each night during Ramadan, mosques and aid organisations set up tents and tables to serve free evening meals for the poor.
I did a bit of research and it appears that this is 1) available in most mosques around the world; 2) is not widely advertised and 3) generally available to everybody.
The timing of the dinner depends on when the fast is broken which will be different each day for each state.
The time for the dinner is the second last column titled "Iftar Maghrib"
Free food and drinks every evening for everyone in most of the mosques - check for local mosque or speak to any Muslim friend, neighbour or colleague for more details.
This is a great way to explore and connect to a different culture.
Ramadan Kareem to those that celebrate Ramadan.