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Samyasling The Dzogchen Community in Melbourne

Address: call to enquire   Melbourne Vic
Tradition: Vajrayana, Dzogchen
Affiliation: Dzogchen Community of Namgyalgar
Phone: 041-028-8487
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Spiritual Director: Chögyal Namkhai Norbu  
Main Contact: Sean Read  (Phone: 0414610243)
Notes and Events:

Regular practice sessions including:

Video Webcast teachings of Chögyal Namkhai Norbu held throughout the year.

Regular courses in Tibetan Yantra Yoga, Vajra Dance and Buddhist philosophy and application.

please see\ under the Melbourne page for further details

or contact Sam on 0448387710 or at

Sangha bilong Groim Klia Save

Address: Kali Island Buddhist Centre, Western Manus,Manus Province, Papua New Guinea   Western Manus Papua New Guinea
Tradition: Mahayana, Non-Sectarian, Zen - Soto lineage
Affiliation: Open Way Zen, Brisbane Australia
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Spiritual Director: Quentin Genshu  Email  
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Regular meditation meetings of Sangha at Kalis Island and Lessau village.

Retreat Centres at Herma, near Kali Island and at Karanas near Lessau.

Retreats held six monthly at both centres. Introductory retreats based on the four foundations of Mindfulness.

Santi Forest Monastery

Address: 100 Coalmines Road, Bundanoon, NSW 2578   Bundanoon NSW 2578
Tradition: Theravada, Bhikkhuni
Affiliation: Australian Sangha Association
Phone: +612 4883 6331
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Spiritual Director: Ajahn Brahm  
Founding Abbot (Now Retired): Bhante Sujato  
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Santi Forest Monastery is a Buddhist Nuns’ Monastery with facilities for people to visit, study and practice the teachings of the Buddha. 
Located in Bundanoon, NSW bordering on Morton National Park.
Postal Address: PO Box 132, Bundanoon, NSW 2578 

Telephone +612 4883 6331

Shambhala Melbourne Meditation

Address: Ceres Community Environment Park   Brunswick East Vic 3057
Tradition: Vajrayana, Shambhala straddles 3 lineages, Kagyu, Nyingma and Shambhala , the latter coming from the terma teachings of Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche.
Affiliation: Shambhala International
Phone: 0457056601
Fax: 03 9701 2315
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Practice & Study: Rick Dawe  Email  
Spiritual Director: Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche  
Centre Director: Aine Marron  Email  (Phone: 03 9700 2587)
Main Contact: Aine Marron  Email  (Phone: 03 9700 2587)
Teacher: Pema Chodron  
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Regular weekly events are offered at our inner city location – mostly on Tuesday evenings 7:00pm – 9:00pm.

Ceres Community Environment Park in the Eco House – the first house on the right as you go through the gates at the end of Lee St, which runs off Roberts St, Brunswick East (VIC 3057).

Shen Phen Ling Study Group

Address: PO Box 178, Wodonga, VIC 3690 ,   Vic
Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan, Gelugpa FPMT
Affiliation: FPMT
Phone: (02) 6059 8104 AH
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Main Contact: Coordinator Gary Townsend  
Spiritual Director: Lama Zopa Rinpoche  
Notes and Events:

Our group meet at the Border College of Natural Therapies, 24 Brockley Street, Wodonga, on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m

Shenpen Australia

Tradition: Vajrayana, Nyingma Tibetan
Affiliation: Dzogchen Monastery, South India
Phone: 0416 404 826
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Spiritual Director: H.E. the 7th Dzogchen Rinpoche, Jigme Losel Wangpo  
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Shenpen is a world-wide network of volunteer organisations that support the work of Dzogchen Shri Senha Charitable Society (DSSCS), an Indian registered charity. DSSCS specialises in healthcare, educational and social welfare projects for the Dhondenling Tibetan settlement and the local Indian community in Karnataka state, South India. Guided by Dzogchen Rinpoche, the internationalsangha have established Shenpen in America, Australia, France, Germany, Holland, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.

Shenpen also helps preserve the unique cultural and spiritual heritage of Tibet and hosts Dzogchen Rinpoches international teaching tours every year.

The word shenpen comes from the Tibetan shen la phenpa, which literally means to bring benefit to others. Dzogchen Rinpoche has dedicated his life to charitable service and works tirelessly to improve the quality of life of so many people. As an example of wisdom in action, Dzogchen Rinpoche guides his students so that their lives can make a positive difference and bring lasting benefit to all.

SIBA - Sakya International Buddhist Academy

Address: 2592 Gelantipy Road, W Tree (near Buchan Caves ) East Gippsland, Victoria   W-Tree Vic 3885
Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan, Sakya,Tsarpa Lineage
Affiliation: Tibetan Buddhist Society of Canberra
Phone: 03 5155 0329
Fax: (03) 5155 0359
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Main Contact: Jampal or Pam Gray  (Phone: 03 5155 0329)
Teacher: Lama Choedak Rinpoche  
Spiritual Director: Lama Choedak Rinpoche  
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This centre also called Tsarchen Choeling

Tel - (03) 5155 0329

Variety of retreats . . .  some are weekends, some are long weekends, some are 5 or 10 days long, some are Calm Abiding meditation, some are specifically Buddhist eg Medicine Buddha, White Tara, Ngung-Nye, Hevajra, Ngondro.

Then theres Easter Health & Wellness Retreat, Tai Chi & Meditation (April), Essential Recipes for a Great Life (with Gabriel Gate in Nov 09), Family Retreat (Dec/Jan) and Yoga Retreats (see website for details).

Accommodation is in motel-styled rooms with ensuites - 4 beds in a room, singles, twins & doubles are available. Organic food garden, abundant wild-life; "beautiful & serene - ideal for contemplation."

Beautiful rural setting in Snowy River High Country in East Gippsland Victoria, the Centre was formally known as ONTOS; 1 hour from Bairnsdale, Lakes Entrance, 5 hrs from Melb or Canberra; public transport available. (see details on website).

Buddhist nuns & monks & celebrant to officiate at weddings, funerals.

Siddhartha’s Intent Australia

Address: Unit 22/450 Elizabeth St   Surry Hills NSW 2010
Tradition: Vajrayana
Affiliation: Siddharthas Intent
Phone: We no longer have a landline number
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Main Contact: Donna. (SIA Secretary)  Email  
Spiritual Director: Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche  
Notes and Events:

 see website for contacts in several regional centers

South Australian Zhu-Lin Buddhist Association

Address: 151-155 May Terrace, Ottoway SA 5013   SA
Tradition: Mahayana, Pure Land, Chinese
Phone: 08) 8447 4022
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Contact: Ms Caren Wong  (Phone: 0401 011 931)
Teacher: Ven. Master Shi Jiewen  
Notes and Events:

  • Mandarin language classes for children aged 7-10, Sun 9am - 12 noon
  • Practice Buddhism in the Chinese tradition. Phone temple for yearly activities program
  • Tai Chi classes Sat am all ages
  • For general inquiries, please call us at 08 84474022 during the Temple's Opening Times, or send a fax to 08 83411435.

    If you are interested in the organised Temple Tours for School children or other community groups, please contact Samantha Chua at 08 84684144 or 0430382407, or email 

  • Sri Lanka Buddhist Vihara

    Address: 78, Austin Avenue, Kenwick, WA 6107   WA
    Tradition: Theravada, Sri Lankan
    Affiliation: Sri Lanka Buddhist Vihara - Canberra
    Phone: (08) 9493 0040
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    Teacher: Resident monk: Ven. Beruwala Siri Sobhitha Thero  
    Notes and Events:

    Perth Sri Lanka Buddhist Vihara was established as an incorporated Body in 1998. It is situated at 78, Austin Avenue, Kenwick, about 17 km south of Perth. It is easily accessed via Albany Highway by car and the closest train station is Kenwick station.

    The Temple serves the needs of the Sri Lankan Buddhist Community and is also open to anyone interested in the study of Lord Buddha's Teachings and Meditation, including Meditation techniques.

    The Temple conducts a Dhamma School for children between the ages of 4 and 15 on Sundays. The premises are also used on Sunday afternoons by Perth Sinhala School to conduct the Sinhala Language classes.

    A number of programs are run at our temple; and currently the premises have developed into a cultural centre for the Sri Lankan Sinhalese community of WA. The Venerable Resident Monks also make themselves available for counselling, Bodhi puja, and Bana and Dana at residences on invitation. They also visit the sick and provide blessings Blessing (seth pirith) at special occasions.

    Main objectives of the Temple:

    * To facilitate the Buddhist way of life, as practiced in Sri Lanka

    * To facilitate the teaching of Dhamma for the betterment of all

    * To conduct guided Meditation classes and teach meditation techniques

    * To conduct a school for moral education for children based on Buddhist Philosophy

    Sri Lanka Buddhist Vihara

    Address: 30 Jenke Circuit   Kambah (Canberra) ACT 2902
    Tradition: Theravada, Sri Lankan
    Affiliation: Australia Sri Lanka Buddhist Association of Canberra
    Phone: +61 2 6296 2503
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    Secretary: Dr. Tala Talgaswatta  
    President: Mr. Jayantha Kottege  
    Notes and Events:

    A regular mediation class (Vipassana Mediation) is conducted in English at the Temple on every Wednessday at 7.30 pm. The class is conducted by Dr Lalith Ranatunga and supported by resident Bhanthe. All are welcome.

    Sri Lanka Dhamma Vihara Association of Canberra

    Address: 379 Gundaroo Drive   Gunghalin ACT 2912
    Tradition: Theravada
    Phone: (02) 6166 2604
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    Notes and Events:

    Sri Lanka Dhamma Vihara of Canberra (SLDVAC) is a Buddhist Association. Established in 2007, it provides services to its community through promotion of Buddhist philosophy and Buddhist way of life. It also offers Weekend Daham School too. Dhamma Vihara welcomes Buddhists and all well-wishers.

    Sun Mountain Zen Community

    Address: St Paul\'s Anglican Church Hall 554 Vulture Street East Brisbane Qld   Qld
    Tradition: Mahayana, Rinzai and Soto Zen,Sanbokyodan (school of Zen, Roselyn Stone Roshi.
    Phone: (07) 3298 5094
    Fax: 07) 3298 5883
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    Teacher: : Dr. Rev. Mervyn Lander and Dr. Rev Cecilie Lander  
    Main Contact: Arno Hess  
    Notes and Events:

    Notes and Events:

    Welcome to the Brisbane based Sun Mountain Zen Community. Sun Mountain Zen is an intentional community of Zen practitioners guided by Mervyn and Cecilie Lander. They are authorized teachers of the Sanbokyodan (school of Zen), Kamakura, Japan and are Dharma heirs of Roselyn Stone Roshi.

    Our practice combines elements of both Rinzai and Soto traditions of training.
    Zen practice is appropriate to all who seek the contemplative way, irrespective of whether they have a specific religious affiliation or none.

    No previous experience of Zen or meditation is required to participate in this Brisbane Zen community.

    We sit every Monday from 7PM to 8:30 PM. Individual Zen insturctions are provided.

    Sunnatarama Forest Monastery

    Address: Lot 13 Teudts Road, Bundanoon NSW 2578  NSW
    Tradition: Theravada, Thai Forest
    Phone: (02) 4884 4262 (am - best to ring before 11.00 meal.)
    Fax: (02) 4884 4496
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    Main Contact: Ven. Ajahn Noom  
    Notes and Events:

    The monastery situated on 99 acres, 9 kms from Bundanoon along the road to Goulburn, borders a national park stretching 30kms to Jervis Bay. Few monastic sites are its equal in terms of breathtaking views, a dozen friendly, accommodating monks, vegetarian food, pristine air and water, idyllic forest setting, wildlife - woodducks, peacocks, lyre birds, wombats and wallabies - tranquility and opportunity for meditation practice. Abbot, Ven. Noom, though only about 5th or 6th in line of seniority, presides with a balance between strictness and liberality, drawing on skills learned from Thai forest masters and as a successful businessman.

    Visitors or welcome to apply for permission to stay. A list of the precepts and monastic traditions is available on arrival. As there is a lot of free time, the Wat is ideal for experienced meditators or those not requiring structured meditation.

    Sunyata Community and Meditation Centre

    Address: 7 Lichfield Street, Victoria Park, WA 6100 P.O.BOX 204, Victoria Park, WA 6100   WA
    Tradition: Mahayana, Thien, Vietnamese Zen
    Phone: (08) 9470 1251
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    Contact: Thich Nu Hue Can  
    Main Contact: Ven. Tri Dinh  Email  
    Notes and Events:

    Venue: 7 Lichfield Streetr, Victoria Park, WA, 6100
    Thursdays: Meditation  9:30 am - 11:00 am
    Saturdays: Beginner Meditation 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

    The centre offers a one day retreat every first Sunday of the month.

    Thien Tu Tue Can

    Sydney Shambhala Buddhist Meditation Group

    Address: 35-39 Dickson Street   Newtown NSW 2042
    Tradition: Mahayana, Kagyu and Nyingma
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    Main Contact: Louise Melov  Email  
    Spiritual Director: Sakyong Miphan Rinpoche  
    Notes and Events:

    Mindfulness/awareness meditation is the foundation of all that we do at the Shambhala meditation group. This ancient practice of self-discovery is rooted in the simple but revolutionary premise that every human being has the ability to cultivate the mind’s inherent stability, clarity and strength in order to be more awake and to develop the compassion and insight necessary to care for oneself and the world genuinely.

    The Sydney Group meets every Tuesday nite 5.45pm -7pm for sitting and walking meditation practise, dharma discussions and contemplation meditations. Instruction is provided to all new participants.

     Please contact Louise for instructions to get to the room.

    Public Transport Access

    Bus no.s 422 & 370 stop in King St Opp. Dickson St

    Bus no.s 423, 426 & 428 stop at Newtown Station

    Newtown Station – 10 minute walk

    St Peter’s Station – 5 minute walk 

    Sydney Zen Centre

    Address: 251 Young Street, Annandale NSW 2038  NSW
    Tradition: Mahayana, Diamond Sangha, Zen
    Affiliation: Gorricks Run (Sydney Zen Centre Meditation Retreat)
    Phone: 02) 9660 2993
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    Teacher: Subhana Barzaghi, Roshi  
    Notes and Events:

    Zazen from 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm is scheduled for Monday and Wednesday. Beginners should come on either Wednesday or Thursday evenings, arrive by 6.45pm and arrange to have a personal orientation during the evening with one of the senior students. After zazen, join the group for a cup of tea, and ask any questions that may have arisen for you during the evening. You can be sure that people before you have felt the same things, and had the same doubts.

    • Zazenkai and Dharma talk (zazen from 8.30 until noon) takes place on the third Sunday of each month at Annandale. There is usually a Dharma talk at 10 am and personal interviews with a senior student when available.

    • Samu Weekend: 4th weekend at Gorricks Run Centre.

    Gorricks Run (Sydney Zen Centre Meditation Retreat)
    A zen retreat facility, open during retreat times, set on rural land near St. Albans.

    • Sesshin occurs several times a year, and offers the opportunity for intensive practice with a teacher, often including the ceremony of jukai, when students formally take the Precepts. Shorter retreats without the teacher are also held and a wide range of other activities. A calendar of coming events comes out every second month and is available free at the Zendo. Our journal, Mind, Moon, Circle, is published quarterly. Annual subscriptions are available or you can pick up a copy at the Zendo

    Tara Institute

    Address: 3 Mavis Avenue East Brighton Vic 3187  Vic
    Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan, Gelugpa (FPMT)
    Affiliation: FPMT
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    Main Contact: Llysse Velez  Email  
    Teacher: Ven. Geshe Doga  
    Spiritual Director: Ani Rigsal  Email  (Phone: 03 9596 7410)
    Notes and Events:

    Notes and Events:

    At Tara Institute, it is taught that by first listening to, then contemplating, meditating and putting into practice the Buddhas teachings, we can begin to generate a genuine sense of loving-kindness and further develop our positive inner qualities and wisdom, thereby equipping us to be of benefit to others and live more peaceful and meaningful lives.

    Tara Institute is a Tibetan Buddhist centre providing classes in Buddhist philosophy and meditation for both beginners and more advanced students. We are affiliated with the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition (FPMT), a network of Buddhist centres in Australia and worldwide. The FPMT was founded under the spiritual guidance of Lama Yeshe and Kyabje Thubten Zopa Rinpoche. Tara Institute is a not-for-profit, religious, educational and charitable institute dedicated to preserving the Buddhas teachings. It supports itself through membership, benefactors, donations, residential rent and fundraising.

    Downloadable newsletter outlining the monthly schedule, is available from their web site or can be posted to you for free for 4 months. Please contact the office on 03 9596 8900 for further details.

    Monday 8pm
    Introductory classes on meditation and Buddhist philosophy run in monthly blocks, beginning the first Monday of each month and led by senior students. A modest facility fee is requested.

    Tuesday 8pm to 9.30pm
    Study Group. Classes are taught by our resident Tibetan Lama, the Venerable Geshe Doga, and are divided into six-week segments throughout the year. Each segment includes four weeks of teachings, a discussion evening, and finally an exam or meditation on one of the subjects studied. Students make a commitment to attend a whole six-week series of classes. No facility fee.

    Wednesday 8pm
    General teachings by our resident Tibetan lama, the Venerable Geshe Doga, with practical advice on how to apply the Buddhas teachings to everyday life. No facility fee.

    Weekend Courses
    Generally run from 9am-5pm Saturday and Sunday; advertised via the Tara Institute newsletter which is downloadable from the web site. Fees apply. Some dormitory accommodation is available for people attending weekend courses.

    Tara Institute has a well-stocked bookshop containing a wide range of titles covering Buddhist teachings from the introductory to the advanced, as well as Tibet-related and pictorial. There is a large selection of cards, malas (rosaries), ritual objects, candles and incense. A discount is offered to members of Tara Institute.

    Traditional ceremonies that combine Tibetan chanting and English meditation. Dates and times are published in TIs newsletter. Offerings of food, flowers, lights and incense are welcome.

    Healing Support
    People with serious illnesses, and their carers or friends, meet on Wednesdays from 10am to 12.30pm at TI for meditation and advice-sharing as part of a Healing Support Group. The group is led by Bob Sharples and Venerable Carolyn Lawler. Open to people of all faiths and backgrounds.

    Dining Room

    Low cost 3-course vegetarian meals are available Monday to Wednesday from 6.30pm to 7.30pm. Please book through the Office by 3pm and pay at the kitchen on arrival.

    Childrens Dharma Club
    Held once a month on a Sunday from 10.30am-12pm. Stories, drawings, games.

    Tara Kadampa Buddhist Centre

    Address: 24 Hampstead Road   Highgate Hill, Brisbane Qld 4101
    Tradition: Vajrayana, New Kadampa
    Affiliation: Heruka Centre, Melbourne SA, Khedrubje Centre, Central Coast, Maitreya Centre, Adeleide., Bodhisattva Centre, Canberra, NSW., Dharmapala Centre, Perth W.A., Kadampa Meditation Centre Australia, Melbou
    Phone: (07) 3217 2888
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    Teacher: Kelsang Tsalden  
    Spiritual Director: Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso  
    Notes and Events:

    Tara Kadampa Buddhist Centre is based in a large old Queenslander at Highgate Hill.  The Centre provides a facility where people can learn about meditation and the Buddhist way of life.  We offer a full programme of classes and events suitable for everyone.  

    Our drop in classes are held in the City, New Farm, Paddington, West end and Highgate Hill.  Please see for more details on these classes and all our centre events.  Everyone is welcome!

    Tendai Buddhist Sangha of Australia

    Address:   NSW
    Tradition: Mahayana, Disciples of Ara Ryokan Japanese Tendai school
    Affiliation: Tendai Shu (Tendai Sect) Hawaii Tendai Institute
    Phone: 0405 682 419 email is the preferred contact
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    Reverend: Jiryo Moxon  Email  (Phone: 0432 093 167)
    Main Contact: Rev. Jikai Dehn  Email  (Phone: 0405 682 419)
    Spiritual Director: Ara Ryokan  
    Teacher: Rev. Jikai Dehn  
    Notes and Events:

    The Tendai Sangha of Australia is connected to the Tendai Hawaii Betsuin and Venerable Ara Ryokan. We have a Sangha in Sydney, New South Wales led by Rev. Jikai Dehn. And another in Brisbane, Queensland led by Jiryo Moxon.

    Reverend Jikai Dehns Sydney Sangha currently holds Dharma lessons and services on Thursdays and Sundays. Service begins at 11:00 and ends at 12:00. Dharma lessons follow and last between an hour and an hour and a half. We also teach traditional Tendai Shikan meditation. Those wishing to attend are advised to email Reverend Jikai at .Reverend Jikai Dehn is also available for private services and lessons at other times. The following is a link giving a brief description of our Sydney Dojo:

    Tharlam Ling Buddhist Centre Inc.

    Address: 13 Gill St Kirwan 4817   Townsville 4817
    Tradition: Vajrayana
    Affiliation: Phil Heang
    Phone: +61070499026184
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    Main Contact: Phil Heang  Email  (Phone: +61070499026184)
    Teacher: Phil Heang  
    Spiritual Director: Lama Choedak  
    Notes and Events:

    Tharlam Ling Buddhist Centre Inc conducts 8 week Calm Abiding Meditation Classes at Jame Cook University Chaplaincy, Townsville.

    The Centre has retreats with lama Choedak. Presently there is a non residental retreat held over a weekend in May and a three day residential retreat.

    The three day residential retreat held at Mt Spec, north of Townsville for 2012 will be  from 14 - 17 September 2012.

    One day retreats are also planned for James Cook University Chaplaincy, approximately every three months.

    Tharlam Ling also hosts visits from school children who ask questions about Buddhist Beliefs and Practices.

    Chaplaincy service is provided to James Cook University and The Townsville Hospital and to anyone who phones the Centre.

    Tharpa Choeling Australia - Wellington Buddhist Centre

    Address: 166 Arthur Street   Wellington NSW 2820
    Tradition: Non-Sectarian, Tibetan - Gelug
    Affiliation: Tharpa Choeling Abbey
    Phone: 02 68454661
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    Main Contact: The Sangha  Email  (Phone: 0268454661)
    Teacher: Gen Thubten Tenzin  
    Notes and Events:

    Buddhism for a kinder world. Tharpa Choeling Australia is a Buddhist organisation situated in Central West/Western Plains NSW. We offer meditation, workshops and many other Buddhist activities from our beautiful Garden Dharma centre in Wellington NSW. We run meditation classes in Dubbo and Bathurst and we also aim to provide access to Buddhism for those who have trouble doing so, through our website and various outreach programs. We are a member of the Buddhist Council of NSW and take His Holiness the Dalai Lama as the head of our lineage.

    The Pointing Out Style of Indo-Tibetan Buddhist Meditation

    Address: Studio 5/Suite 1 722 Bourke Street   Redfern NSW 2010
    Tradition: Vajrayana, Nyingma, Kagyu, and Bon
    Affiliation: Rahob Rinpoche, H.H. Menri Trizin, Geshe Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche
    Phone: +61 4 1868 7313
    Fax: +1 514 669 3465
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    Main Contact: Harvey Feldstein  Email  (Phone: +61 4 1868 7313)
    Teacher: Dan Brown, PhD  
    Spiritual Director: Dan Brown, PhD.  Email  (Phone: +1 (617) 244-1099)
    Notes and Events:

    Unique Opportunity to attend Dan Browns "The Pointing Out Style of Indo-Tibetan Buddhism, Level 1" in Sydney,  14-21 April 2013

    For additional information on Dan Brown, the Pointing Out Style Course Descriptions, and worldwide schedule see:

    The pointing-out style is an ancient method of teaching meditation, grounded in the wisdom of Tibetan Buddhism and the dynamic relationship between student and teacher. Structured methodology leads the meditator through increasing levels of concentration and insight, to profound “crossing over” instructions, the very gateway to awakening. With roots in Mahamudra and Dzogchen lineages, this 7-day retreat with Dan Brown has been created to give participants both the understanding and the skills required to practice and master these precious teachings. 

    For more information and to register for the Sydney Level 1 Retreat, go to:

    What: Level 1 Pointing Out Way Retreat 

    Where: Chevalier Center, 1 Roma Ave, Kensington NSW 2033 Australia 

    When: Sunday 14th April—Sunday 21st April, 2013 

    Harvey Feldstein— 

    Linda Feldstein— 

    The Sit In

    Address: The Bhakti Tree, 410 Maitland Road, Mayfield West   Newcastle NSW 2300
    Tradition: Non-Sectarian
    Phone: 0497075899
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    Notes and Events:

    Community based Sangha providing support in practice.

    We meet Monday evenings at 7pm. 

    The Yoga Space

    Address: 6/1251 Hay Street   West Perth WA 6005
    Tradition: Non-Sectarian
    Affiliation: None
    Phone: 0892435114
    Fax: 0892435224
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    Mr: Robert Schutze  Email  (Phone: 9243 5114)
    Main Contact: Marie Martin  Email  (Phone: 0413244217)
    Spiritual Director: Dr Jean Byrne  Email  (Phone: 92435114)
    Teacher: Dr Jean Byrne  
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    Mindfulness Meditation

    We offer non sectarian day long retreats. Also we offer Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), an 8 week meditation course which introduces people to the basics of mindfulness practice and includes daily homework and a one day retreat. Three decades of research have highlighted the positive effects of the MBSR program from improving genral health and chronic illness.

    Teachers Jean Byrne and Rob Schutze are long term meditation practitioners. Their study of Buddhsim began with Theravadan practcie and later they began to sit Zazen (Kwan Um School and Diamond Sangha). Jean has a PhD in Eastern philosophy and has lectured in Buddhism at the University of Queensland and Bond University.

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