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UNSW Buddhist Society (UNIBUDS)

Address: The Religious Center, Room 311, 3rd floor Squarehouse University of New South Wales, Kensington, NSW 2052   NSW
Tradition: Non-Sectarian, student society
Phone: (02) 9385 6082
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Contact: the president changes annually (please check website for update)  
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Basically, we have Buddhism talks in Chinese and English by Venerables and Buddhist teachers, lunch time meditation session, etc. Check out our website for more details.

Vipassana Meditation Centre

Address: PO Box 103, Blackheath, NSW 2785   NSW
Tradition: Theravada, U Ba Kin, Vipassana
Affiliation: Northern Rivers Vipassana
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Contact: Centre Managers  
Teacher: S.N. Goenka  
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Northern Rivers Vipassana

Address: Lismore region  NSW
Tradition Affiliation: Vipassana Meditation Centre (Blackheath)
Phone: (02) 6685 6616 or (02) 6684 1843
Contact: The Manager  
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Information service only

Wat Phrayortkeo Dhammayanaram

Address: 711-715 Smithfield Road, Edensor Park, NSW 2176   NSW
Tradition: Theravada, Laotian
Affiliation: Lao Buddhist Society of NSW
Phone: (02) 9823 7338 Mobile: 0466 629 378
E-mail: (Temple) (admin)
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Main Contact: Nith Chittasy  Email  (Phone: 02 9908 1278)
Teacher: [Venerable] Ajahn Thongsavanh Chanthathirath  
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Public transport: Bus Route 825 from Fairfield Railway Station
The Wat Phrayortkeo Temple enters the stream of practice in the Theravada tradition. Wat Phrayortkeo (Lao Buddhist Society of NSW Inc) is a Buddhist centre offering a peaceful refuge and environment for self-awareness. This temple was set up by the Lao community who came to Australia as refugees in early 1976 after the Communists took over Laos. The Lao Community Advancement Co-op and the lay people set up a centre where they can have a temple, a kuti (residence for the monks) and a multi-purpose hall for the community. Once every month, especially during the full moon day, there is a Buddhist ceremony of Alms-giving. It is a time when all Buddhists and non-Buddhists are welcome to take part. If you want a glimpse of our Lao culture, art, customs and traditions, visit our website for all the festivals, Buddhist ceremonies, Lao New Year celebration and food festivals.

Wat Siangthum Phrapotiyan Temple

Address: 123 Torrens Street Canley Heights 2166   Canley Heights NSW 2166
Tradition: Theravada, Thai
Phone: 0410873723 0287985620 0449 665 329
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Our mission is to promote Dharma practices and meditation practices in line with Buddhism. To provide a place of worship and for meetings for those interested in Buddhism and Buddhist cultures. This would be a central location for community activity, as a place where people can meet & celebrate religious and community events.


Meditation Classes, Buddhist Dharma teaching,Traditional Religious ceremonies, and Prayers.

Won-Buddhism of Gosford Meditation Temple

Address: 20 Bundaleer Crescent   Bensville NSW 2251
Tradition: Mahayana, Korean , all welcome
Affiliation: Won-Buddhism
Phone: 02 4368 2393
Fax: 02 4368 2393
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Spiritual Director: Ven. In Myung  Email  (Phone: 02 4368 2393)
Teacher: Ven. In Myung  
Main Contact: Ven. Won Kyung  Email  (Phone: 02 4368 2393)
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This is Won-Buddhism Meditation Temple in Gosford. This temple from south Korea. We opened temple three years ago. We have Buddhist meditation class and Hatha Yoga class. The Meditation class have on the Wednesday night from 6:30 to 8:30 pm, and the yoga class have on Thursday from 10:00 to 11:00 am. Also we have scripture class, meditation and yoga on Sunday too.(10:00~12:00) In the afternoon we have Tradition Korean Drum Class(TKDC) in Gosford Public School at 1pm . Ven. In Myung has teaching in Gosford Public School for Buddhist scripture class. 

Zen Open Circle

Address: 90 Church Street (Buddhist Library)   Camperdown NSW 2050
Tradition: Mahayana, Diamond Sangha Zen Lineage, authorised by Robert Aitken Roshi
Affiliation: Diamond Sangha and Pacific Zen Institute
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Main Contact: Merran Dawson, Practice Leader  Email  
Spiritual Director: Susan Murphy Roshi  
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Beginning Zen Course - with Susan Murphy Roshin and Merran Dawson, Practice Leader, Zen Open Circle

For those who are just starting out in their practice, or who are just curious about Zen, a chance to find out about

* the history of Zen and its connections to China and Japan

* meditation, in easy steps

* background and explanations of chanting and sutras particular to Zen

*  information about koans and their role in Zen practice

* exploration of the working of the student-teacher relationship.

Session Dates 2015:

Sunday March 8     1:00 – 3:00pm 

Sunday March 29   9:00 – 11:00am 

Saturday April 18   1:00 – 3:00pm  

Saturday April 26   9:00 – 11:00am

With fortnightly optional support group continuing until the end of July, 2015.  As well, there will be the ongoing comradeship of being in a group who are all learning together and able to question and discuss.

 The two hour course sessions will run before regular Zen Open Circle fortnightly sitting, at the Buddhist Library 90 Church Street, Camperdown, and comprehensive course notes will be supplied.  Fees charged for the course will be used to provide a space for Zen practice, and the continuation of Susan Murphy’s otherwise unpaid work as a teacher of Zen.  



Note: A second Beginning Zen Course is planned for August- September, 2015.

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