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Auckland Centre for Buddhist Learning

Address: 43A, Fairfax Avenue   Penrose Auckland 1061
Tradition: Theravada
E-mail: temple@acbl.org.nz
Website: http://www.acbl.org.nz
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Notes and Events:

Auckland Centre for Buddhist Learning is a learning/teaching centre for any interested person to study Buddhism. We aim at helping individuals develop their character, morality and mental development through realisation of the Buddhism. Also, we help the people who need our services in religious activities and perform counselling.


Auckland Insight

Address: 9 Kotare Avenue   Westmere 1022
Tradition: Theravada, Western Insight
Affiliation: Western Insight
E-mail: aucklandinsight@gmail.com
Website: http://www.aucklandinsightmeditation.org/
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Teacher: Jill Shepherd  
Notes and Events:

Auckland Insight Meditation is a community dedicated to the study and practice of Insight Meditation, sometimes called mindfulness or Vipassana. Grounded in the teachings of the Buddha, Insight Meditation develops awareness and understanding, so we can live with more ease, kindness and freedom.


Auckland Sphere Group

Address: Tirotai Crescent   Westmere Auckland 1022
Tradition: Vajrayana
Affiliation: Wangapeka Study and Retreat Centre, The Queenstown Dharma House,
Phone: +64 21 548 781
E-mail: info@aucklandsphere.org
Website: http://www.aucklandsphere.org
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Lama: Tarchin Hearn  Email  
Lama: Mark Webber  Email  
Main Contact: Mira Riddiford  Email  
Spiritual Director: Ven. Namgyal Rinpoche  
Notes and Events:

The Auckland Sphere Group was established in the 1980 to organise retreats and classes in Auckland for teachings by the Ven. Namgyal Rinpoche, and Teachers who teach within the tradition of Ven. Namgyal Rinpoche. 

Come and learn meditation practices from these highly skilled Teachers who are dedicated to awakening Wisdom, Compassion and Non-Clinging Awareness. 

We have Metta Meditation sits every Wednesday night, at 7.30pm.


Buddhaloka - Thames Buddhist Center

Address: Above the Post Office Pollen Street   Thames Coromandel 3500
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
E-mail: buddhalokainfo@gmail.com
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Main Contact: Guy Parsens  
Notes and Events:

Buddhaloka has an open meditation or Sangha night

Mondays 7 - 9pm

We also host regular yoga, pilates, and meditation courses

Please email us for details or to be listed on our data base for further information.


Chandrakirti Tibetan Buddhist Meditation Centre

Address: 289 Sunrise Valley Road Upper Moutere Nelson   Nelson
Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan, Gelugpa Lineage, FPMT
Affiliation: FPMT
Phone: (03) 543 2015 or +64 3 5432021
E-mail: meditate@chandrakirti.co.nz
Website: http://www.chandrakirti.co.nz/
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Spiritual Director: Lama Zopa Rinpoche  
Notes and Events:

Nelson Chandrakirti Meditation Centre is situated in rural Upper Moutere, 35 minutes drive from Nelson City and airport, and 3 minutes drive (30 minutes walk) to the local shop and village


Christchurch Dhargyey Buddhist Centre

Address: 27 Averill Street Richmond   Christchurch 8013
Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan Buddhism, Gelugpa lineage
Affiliation: Dunedin Dhargyey Buddhist Centre
Phone: +64 03 385 9590
E-mail: christchurch@dhargyey.org.nz
Website: http://www.dhargyey.org.nz
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Director: Peter Small  Email  (Phone: +64 03 477 8374)
Main Contact: Keran Tsering  Email  (Phone: 03 385 9590)
Teacher: Geshe Nyima Dorjee  
Spiritual Director: Lhagon Rinpoche  
Notes and Events:

 Teachings held every Tuesday evening at 6.45pm

Teachings and meditation every Sunday at 3.00pm

All teachings are free, donations welcomed.


Diamond Way Buddhism NZ - Wellington Meditation Group

Address: Level 1 1 Marion St   Wellington Wellington
Tradition: Vajrayana, Karma Kagyu
E-mail: wellington@buddhism.org.nz
Website: http://www.buddhism.org.nz/wellington-meditation-group/
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Notes and Events:

We teach meditations we have received from the 16th Karmapa, the Black Hat Lama of Tibet and other lamas of our lineage. We provide basic explanations on every Monday 7:30pm and Wednesday 7:00pm, followed by guided meditation.

For those interested in broader overview, there is an extended introduction every first Monday of the month. Several times a year we are hosting traveling teachers.


Dorje Chang Institute

Address: 56 Powell Street   Avondale, Auckland Auckland 1026
Tradition: Vajrayana, Gelugpa Tibetan Buddhist
Affiliation: FPMT
Phone: (09) 828 3333
E-mail: dci@dci.org.nz
Website: http://www.dci.org.nz/
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Main Contact: Spiritual Program Coordinator  
Teacher: Geshe Thubten Wangchen (Resident Tibetan Teacher)  
Spiritual Director: Kyabje Lama Zopa Rinpoche  
Notes and Events:

We offer a variety of Meditation, Introductory and Intermediate Buddhist Classes taught by Geshe Thubten Wangchen as well as Buddhist pujas (prayer services) on select Weekday Evenings 7.30 - 9pm and Sundays 10am-12pm. For the current program schedule visit: http://www.dci.org.nz/program.shtml


Fo Guang Shan -South Island Christchurch

Address: 2 Harekeke Street, Riccarton   Christchurch Christchurch 8011
Tradition: Mahayana, Non-Sectarian, Chinese Chan (Zen) Buddhism -EVERYONE WELCOME
Affiliation: Buddhas Light Association
Phone: +64 3 341 6276
Fax: +64 3 341 6294
Website: http://www.fgs.org.nz/south_en/main.aspx
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Main Contact: Rev. Hao, Person in Charge , Bus.: 341-6276 , Fax: 341-6294  
Notes and Events:

Meetings: Sundays 10:30 am to 12:30 pm

All welcome.

CORNER OF Harekeke St AND RICCARTON ROAD.


International Buddhist Meditation Temple of New Zealand

Address: 631 Huia Road, Parau, Titirangi, Auckland 1007 NZ   Auckland
Tradition: Mahayana, Korea Seon (Zen)
Phone: 09-817 3450
E-mail: ibmtemple@daum.net
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Founder: Ven. Baba Moohar  
Teacher: Ven. Dong In  
Notes and Events:

A Temple located in Parau, Auckland, New Zealand. Surrounded by beautiful native bush and set in the Waitakere Ranges.

The Temple focuses on the teachings of traditional Korean Seon Meditation.

Wednesdays at 7 pm meditation classes are held, all are welcome.


Kagyu Choeyang Ling

Address: Plunket Street Spreydon New Zealand   Christchurch Christchurch 8140
Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan - Karma Kagyu
Affiliation: Karma Kagyu
Phone: +64 3 327 9559
E-mail: christchurch@kcl.org.nz
Website: http://www.kcl.org.nz
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Spiritual Director: Venerable Lama Assi  
Notes and Events:

Based in the South Island of New Zealand, Kagyu Choeyang Ling has been created to provide a strong foundation for current and future generations to practice authentic Buddhist Dharma in the Karma Kagyu tradition. The intention is to develop strong centres with a dedicated and pure focus, that help people to meet the teachings of this lineage and practice the Dharma to attain genuine realisation.

You are welcome to attend our weekly meditation session on Sundays at 10:00 am.


Massey University Buddhist Community

Address: Massey University  Palmerston North Manawatu-Wanganui 4410
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Affiliation: Non-sectarian
Phone: 64 6 (0) 210 44 2922
E-mail: sudhana_2000@yahoo.com
Website: http://www.squidoo.com/MUBC
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Main Contact: Doug Osto  
Notes and Events:

The Massey University Buddhist Community meets every Wednesday at the International Student Centre, Palmerston North Campus, from 12pm-1pm, for a mindfulness meditation. For more details, contact Doug Osto (sudhana_2000@yahoo.com).


Mountains and Rivers Order Sitting Group

Address:   Palmerston North Manawatu-Wanganui
Tradition: Mahayana, Mountains and Rivers Order founded by John Daido Loori
Affiliation: Zen in the tradition of John Daido Loori
Phone: (06) 356 8811
E-mail: Peter.Jolly@vets
Website: http://www.squidoo.com/zen-in-new-zealand
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Dr: Peter Jolly, MRO  Email  (Phone: (06) 356 8811 )
Spiritual Director: Jeffrey Shugen Arnold Sensei  Email  (Phone: +001 845-688-2228)
Notes and Events:

The Zen Institute of New Zealand (ZENZ) is a national, non-residential Zen Buddhist training organization of the Mountains and Rivers Order (MRO) that provides training and guidance to those interested in practicing Zen Buddhism. Members meet regularly for zazen, intensive retreats (sesshin), and other activities throughout the country. Sitting groups are located in Auckland, Christchurch, Nelson, Wellington, and Manawatu.

The MRO was founder by one of the most influential American Zen Masters, John Daido Loori (1931-2009), and is an organization of associated temples, practice centers and sitting groups in the United States and abroad. The MRO was founded by Daido Roshi in 1980, and is inspired by the teachings of Zen Master Dogen as presented in his "Mountains and Rivers Sutra."

For more information, see http://mro.org/smr/newzealand/

For information about local groups in New Zealand and the group in Palmerston North, Manawatu, see http://mro.org/smr/newzealand/about/sitting-groups/


Mountains and Rivers Order Zen - Nelson

Address: P.O. Box 1086, Nelson NZ   Nelson Nelson
Tradition: Mahayana, ZEN, Mountains & Rivers Order
Affiliation: Soto/Rinzai Zen
Phone: (03) 548-4619
E-mail: nelson@zen.org.nz
Website: http://www.zen.org.nz
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Spiritual Director: Abbot Geoffrey Shugen Arnold, Sensei  
Notes and Events:

 Daily zazen 6:30 am - 7:30 am
Zazen and Beginning Instruction: Monday evenings, 7:30 - 8:30 pm followed by discussion. Sunday half-day sit on the last Sunday of every month (except December) 5:30 am - 12 pm.


New Zealand Bodhi Study Group

Address:  
Tradition: Mahayana, Tibetan tradition, Nyingmapa school
E-mail: gracemeideng@yahoo.co.nz
Website: http://www.buddhistweb.org/index.php/bodhi-institute/new-zealand-bodhi-study-group
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Main Contact: Grace Deng  Email  (Phone: 0064 21 2996209)
Notes and Events:

The NZ Bodhi Study Group was founded in 2007. Most of the group members live in Auckland.

Of central importance in Buddhism study is to engage in systematic study to lead to correct conceptual development. The courses we take offer the basic, essential teachings; these include:

Prajna , Tibetan Pure Land Method, and Dzogchen

Master Khenpo SoDargye is the vice head of Seda Larong Wuming Buddhist Institute. Under his guidance, following the teaching system of Han monks, the NZ Bodhi Study Group involves free teaching and group study via the internet (language is Mandarin) . Specifically, you will receive systematic Exoteric and Tantric Buddhism teachings from Master Khenpo SoDargye, as well as tutorials from teaching monks. This involves either local group study or participation in on-line study group.

General Aims:

· Teaching and practice (equally important)

· Propagate Buddhism to benefit all the sentient beings

· Participate in charitable events and practice Buddhas spirit: compassion and altruism

Since the foundation of the study group, in addition the courses as above, we have taken part in the following: live broadcasting of the four grand Buddhism Gatherings of the Institute via internet: the Vajradhara Dharma gathering, the Dewachen Dharma Gathering, the Dharma event of the Kishitigarbha retreat, and the great Dharma event of Vajrasattva retreat.

Social and Charitable Events:

· Distributing Dharma books, DVDs, blessing goods from Master Khenpo SoDargye and other Masters of Seda Larong Wuming Buddhist Institute.

· Care for others: In modern society, due to high-pressure living, lack of balance between mind and body, a lot of diseases arise in human beings. In addition to traditional life care, we also advocate the healthy living style involving both the body and mind. If interested, we encourage people to study and practice Buddhism systematically using prostration and meditation – to help one realize the bad effects of negative thoughts and unhealthy lifestyle. The goal is to change ones attitude to their surroundings to achieve a happy, healthy life. In the meantime, we refrain from killing, set animals free, and occasionally hold free Chinese treatment and acupuncture for injury, and other activities for healthcare.

It is better to act than speak. We hope more people will join our group. Let us cooperate together to benefit all sentient beings, follow the path of Mahayana Bodhisattva. We also hope more people will open their heart through getting to know Buddhism, and you will consequently live a more peaceful, enjoyable life by reading your heart.


Nonsectarian Mindfulness Meditation

Address: 304 Church Street (Theosophical Hall)   Palmerston North Manawatu-Wanganui
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Phone: 6463285953
E-mail: sudhana_2000@yahoo.com
Website: http://www.douglasosto.com
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Teacher: Doug Osto  
Notes and Events:

Doug Osto is a lay Buddhist meditation teacher who has studied and practiced Buddhism for over twenty years. He has trained in all three vehicles (Theravada, Mahayana and Vajrayana) particularly in Vipassana, Zen, Pureland and Geluk techniques. Additonally, he holds higher degrees in Buddhist studies from Harvard, the University of Washington and the University of London. He teaches a mindfulness meditation practice primarily based on the vipassana technique taught by the late Sri Lankan lay meditation teacher Godwin Samararatne and the "just sitting" method of Japanese Zen master Dogen.

Tuesday meditation meetings are at the Theosophical Hall (304 Church Street) in Palmerston North  from 6pm-7pm.


Original Nature Meditation Centre

Address:   Wellington Wellington
Tradition: Theravada
Affiliation: Insight Meditation
E-mail: info@originalnature.co.nz
Website: http://www.originalnature.co.nz
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Teacher: Stephen Archer  
Notes and Events:

Our vision is to promote the practice and realization of being fully awake to the truth of our experience.

We recognise that this radical awareness, while inherent and completely natural, demands a profound and disciplined inquiry to bring to fruition.

Sustaining this inquiry, encouraging suitable meditation practices and supporting the growth of a community of practitioners is the work of Original Nature.

Becoming fully present to our experience naturally evokes a response of reverence, compassion and joy. These qualities are the heart of our teaching and practice.

Original Nature Meditation Centre is founded on the ethical principles of the Buddha-dharma. Our work is dedicated to nurturing wisdom and peace in ourselves and others, and for the benefit of all beings.

We acknowledge with gratitude the lineage of our past and present teachers and we belong primarily to the Insight/Vipassana strand of the Buddhist tradition.


Red Hat Gompa Trust

Address: 110 McHales Road   Chorlton, Banks Penninsula RD3 Christchurch 7583
Tradition: Vajrayana, Nyingma/ Rime
Affiliation: Siddharthas Intent - Dzongsar Kyenste Ripoche
Phone: 03 304 8730
E-mail: kim@tibetanbuddhism.co.nz
Website: http://www.tibetanbuddhism.co.nz
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Main Contact: Ron Books  Email  (Phone: 03 304 8730)
Notes and Events:

Rime is the principals of a non sectarian approach to Tibetan Buddhism, the not for profit trust actively invites teachers and organises events at a minimal cost for the benefit of the community. See our website for upcoming events.

Raupo Bay Retreat is situated on a secluded bay with plenty of space in Banks Penninsula, it is available for any organisation to use for group retreats or come for a visit or stay for a solo retreat.

We meet twice a month on special practice days at the Nyingma Buddhist centre for Tsok (Tibetan) or Gana Chakra Puja (Sanskrit) - a Circle Gathering Feast offering. Dates are according to powerful astrological days - the 10th day of the waxing moon (Guru Rinpoche Day) and the 25th day of the waning moon (Dakini Day).

Tsok is primarily a practice of offering. It is a very rich practice with many layers of meaning, and it can be practised on various levels. Further it can be explained: “Ganapuja is a tantric ritual, made up of various phases, whose aim is the reconfirming of the “promise” or commitment (samaya) between the disciple and the master, and also between disciple and disciple. In addition to this, through consuming food and drink in the ganapuja, the practitioners develop their capacity to integrate contemplation with the sense-pleasures, as well as entering into the state beyond dualism, which is the inner meaning of the samaya” - Chogyal Namkhai Norbu Rinpoche, Dzogchen - The Self Perfected State, 1989.


Red Hat Temple

Address: 110 McHales Road   Chorlton, Banks Penninsula RD3 Canterbury 7583
Tradition: Vajrayana, Nyingma
Affiliation: Siddharthas Intent - Dzongsar Kyenste Ripoche
Phone: 03 304 8730
E-mail: kim@tibetanbuddhism.co.nz
Website: http://www.tibetanbuddhism.co.nz
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Main Contact: Ron Books  Email  (Phone: 03 304 8730)
Notes and Events:

Rime is the principals of a non sectarian approach to Tibetan Buddhism, the not for profit trust actively invites teachers and organises events at a minimal cost for the benefit of the community. 

Raupo Bay Retreat is situated on a secluded bay with plenty of space in Banks Penninsula, it is available for any organisation to use for group retreats or come for a visit or stay for a solo retreat.

We meet twice a month on special practice days at the Nyingma Buddhist centre for Tsok (Tibetan) or Gana Chakra Puja (Sanskrit) - a Circle Gathering Feast offering. Dates are according to powerful astrological days - the 10th day of the waxing moon (Guru Rinpoche Day) and the 25th day of the waning moon (Dakini Day).

Tsok is primarily a practice of offering. It is a very rich practice with many layers of meaning, and it can be practised on various levels. Further it can be explained: “Ganapuja is a tantric ritual, made up of various phases, whose aim is the reconfirming of the “promise” or commitment (samaya) between the disciple and the master, and also between disciple and disciple. In addition to this, through consuming food and drink in the ganapuja, the practitioners develop their capacity to integrate contemplation with the sense-pleasures, as well as entering into the state beyond dualism, which is the inner meaning of the samaya” - Chogyal Namkhai Norbu Rinpoche, Dzogchen - The Self Perfected State, 1989.


Samadhi Buddhist Vihara

Address: 192 Springs Road   Christchurch Canterbury 8042
Tradition: Theravada
Phone: 0064 3 3499925
E-mail: samadhivihara@yahoo.com
Website: http://samadhibuddhistvihara.org.nz
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Mr: Keith Gunasekara  Email  (Phone: 0064 3 3487063)
Dr: Savithrie Anthony  Email  (Phone: 0064 3 3318172)
Main Contact: Dr. Lashman De Silva  Email  (Phone: 00 64 3 348 2811)
Spiritual Director: Ven. Makuludeniye Somarathana Thero  Email  (Phone: 0064 3 388 9004)
Notes and Events:

Samadhi Buddhist Vihara is the main Sri Lankan based Buddhist temple in the south island of New Zealand. Situated in 192 Springs Rd, Hornby, Christchurch Samadhi Buddhist Vihara extends its services to the other far away cities in the south island, such as Dunedin and Invercargill.

Samadhi Buddhist Vihara was established in may 2002 with the support of Sri Lankan and other Buddhist well-wishers in New Zealand to fulfill the religious and spiritual aspirations of the Buddhist community in the south island.Samadhi Buddhist Vihara follows Theravada Buddhist tradition and provides spiritual guidance to integrate Lord Buddha’s teachings into everyday life of the Buddhist community.

The Vihara has been the center for many spiritual and cultural activities of the Sri Lankan Buddhists living in the south island. The community has been positively influenced through the association and participation of these activities. It has been a great pleasure to see the section of community who always had a close liaison with the temple, expanding their spiritual and cultural awareness as well as another section becoming interested in the teachings of Buddha.

This centre currently conducts many regular programmes including monthly Sil programmes, weekly Sri Lankan language and cultural school Dhamma School, weekly Dhamma discussions during the Vassana (rainy) season, meditation retreats as well as annual events such as celebration of Vesak, Katina robe ceremony and other religious and social activities.

The Dhamma library of the Vihara is being maintained in a high quality, providing knowledge to those who seek refuge of Lord Buddha’s teachings.

The aim of Samadhi Buddhist Vihara is to provide a unique environment whereby the community can grow in unity and develop in physical, psychological and social dimensions with spiritual awareness and understanding according to the teachings of Lord Buddha.At present, the temple is located in a small home and a preliminary action plan has been initiated to acquire a new location for the temple to provide better facilities to the Buddhist community of the south island.


Satiarama Budhist Center (Vippasana Center)

Address: 262 Otaha Rd, RD2 Kerikeri 0295   kerikeri Northland
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Affiliation: International Buddhist Sati Meditation Group
Phone: 09 407 5275
E-mail: sati@pannarama.net.nz
Website: http://www.sati.net.nz
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Teacher: Yasala Bhante  
Notes and Events:

The Pannarama Buddhist Meditation Centre of New Zealand was created to offer individuals an opportunity to understand Buddhas teachings and practice meditation under the guidance of a skillful teacher. As part of the International Buddhist Sati Meditation Group we want to help others to gain freedom from selfishness, anger, grief, prejudice and narrow thinking. We hope to help others cultivate a clean and beautiful mind, and thereby wisdom and compassion for the creation of peace and happiness for everyone in the world.

We offer free meditation training at all our centres: New Zealand, India and Korea and hope to create many more Pannarama Sati schools around the globe. We believe that this type of Buddhist training is the best path to happiness and freedom. The New Zealand centre, surrounded by native bush, is a quiet oasis for retreat from your daily activities and busy environment. Within this beautiful setting you can relax your mind and rediscover your connection with nature and other people.

DIRECTIONS: Pannarama Buddhist Centre - 262 Otaha Road off Takou Bay Road


Soka Gakkai International New Zealand

Address: 43 Manor Place   Dunedin Otago
Tradition: Mahayana, Nichiren Daishonin Buddhism
E-mail: dunedin.kosenrufu@gmail.com
Website: http://www.sginz.org/contact/
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Notes and Events:

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Nichiren-Buddhism-Dunedin-Activity-Centre-SGINZ/266509160087423
 
This is an unofficial facebook page about SGINZ activities at Dunedin Activity Centre. Regular meeting every Tuesday 7pm to 8.30pm. All public are welcome.
For more detail, please email dunedin.kosenrufu@gmail.com
Description
The SGI movement in New Zealand began in the late 1960s through the efforts of a sole immigrant pioneer from Hiroshima, Japan—Mrs. Yuki Johnston. Her tireless work at planting the seeds of Nichiren Buddhism in New Zealand resulted in the formation of the first district around 26 January 1975 with only seven members.

SGINZ was registered as a charitable trust on 18 November 1994. Today, there are more than 1,500 SGI members practising all over the country, with activity centres in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin. Ref:http://www.sginz.org/

This page is about the activities we have in SGINZ Dunedin Activity Centre. You are welcome to contact us and visit us.


Sudarshanaloka Retreat Center

Address: Victoria Road Tararu Valley   Thames Coromandel 3500
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Affiliation: mixed
Phone: 07 8685340
E-mail: sudarshanaloka@gmail.com
Website: http://sudarshanaloka.ning.com/
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Main Contact: Satyananda  Email  (Phone: 078685341)
Teacher: Sangharakshita  
Notes and Events:

Our Retreat Center hosts many varied retreats, workshops and courses with a Buddhist focus and is available for hire by like minded groups.

We also have beautiful self contact retreat cabins available for long or short stays.

Please see our website for up in coming events.


Trashi Ganden Choepel Ling

Address: 40 Waverley Avenus  Glenfield, North Shore, Auckland Auckland 0629
Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan, Gelukpa
Affiliation: Emaho Foundation, Arizona
Phone: 09 444 8886
E-mail: tgcling@gmail.com
Website: http://www.trashiganden.org/
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Main Contact: Shiong-Ming Low  Email  
Spiritual Director: ZaChoeje Rinpoche  Email  
Notes and Events:

TRASHI GANDEN CHOEPEL LING is a Tibetan Buddhist Centre from the Gelug Tradition and is based in Auckland, New Zealand.

This centre is established to provide Buddhist teachings, practices, meditations and spiritual support.


Trashi Ge Phel Ling Buddhist Centre

Address: 20/42 Main Road   Tawa/Wellington Wellington 5028
Tradition: Mahayana, Gelugpa
Affiliation: Trashi Gomang Auckland
Phone: 021-263-5920
E-mail: trashigephel.wgtn@gmail.com
Website: http://www.tgpl.org.nz/
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Centre Co-ordinator: Sheryn Elborn  Email  
Programme Co-ordinator: Paul Jacobsen  Email  (Phone: (04) 977 5696)
Teacher: Geshe Dhonam  
Main Contact: Sheryn Elborn  Email  
Spiritual Director: Geshe Dhonam  Email  
Notes and Events:

Practice every Wednesday

Chenreizig practice and Meditation alternating weekly

Lama teachings for a full weekend every two months, announced by email, facebook and website.


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