While he had his critics, Mr Yiannopoulos also attracted a cult following, with supporters praising him for his opinions.
Extra security measures are expected to be in place as he visits Parliament House in Canberra on Tuesday.
The right-wing commentator, who told the crowd Aly was ‘dedicated to the destruction of Western civilisation’, joked that Dr Carland’s uncles would throw acid on her if she didn’t wear her hijab, according to The Age.
‘[It] would be a bad look on the red carpet at the Logies,’ he said.
‘She wears that hijab because she chooses to sister. Not because she is the brainwashed victim of a death cult that oppresses women and kills homosexuals,’ he continued.
Despite being slammed for a personal attack on prominent feminist writer Clementine Ford during his shows in Adelaide and Perth, Mr Yiannopoulos took aim at the 36-year-old again during the third leg of his speaking tour.
He described Ms Ford as a ‘human lump of half-melted butter’ before also taking aim at Channel 10 TV presenter Jessica Rowe, according to The Age.
Ms Rowe and Mr Yiannopoulos clashed during a heated live interview in October.
Ms Rowe described herself as a proud feminist, prompting the UK-born commentator to suggest she be ‘cured with chemotherapy’.
The self-confessed ‘troll’ and ‘provocateur’, has offended Muslim groups and women’s rights acitivists with his controversial opinions.
A video of the personality went viral last week, when he told a Muslim presenter he thought all Muslim people should be deported to the Middle East.
‘Expel Islam from the West,’ he told Australian-born Muslim reporter Emma Eros on Wednesday.