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Adelaide Zen Group

Address:   SA
Tradition: Mahayana, Zen, Diamond Sangha Western
E-mail: via website
Website: http://www.azg.org.au/
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Teacher: Bob Joyner, Roshi  
Notes and Events:

The Adelaide Zen Group meets Zazen meetings every Sunday at 172 Hutt Street, Adelaide, (The Hatha Yoga Centre). Apart from zazen(seated meditation), the meetings can also include an encouragement talk or dokusan (one-to-one meeting) by our teacher, Bob Joyner, Roshi.

The Adelaide Zen Group is formally affiliated with the Diamond Sangha in Hawaii and follows the form of practice originating there.


Blooming of the Lotus Urban Hermitage

Address: 9/2 Harkin Court  Mitchell Park SA 5043
Tradition: Mahayana
Affiliation: Inspired by the Vietnamese Truc Lam/Bamboo Forest meditation lineage.
Phone: 0437169657
E-mail: thon0012@flinders.edu.au
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Main Contact: Resident monk: Venerable Thích Thông Pháp.  
Notes and Events:

“Blooming of the Lotus Urban Hermitage” is the home of an English-speaking group meeting on Saturdays at 10 a.m. at 9/2 Harkin Court, Mitchell Park for meditation and Dharma study. Meditation is also available to those interested at 8.30 am on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at Oasis Centre, Flinders University. We are closely associated with “Buddhism at Flinders University”.
(www.flinders.edu.au/oasis/religiousgroups/buddhist/)

Tinh Giác is Vietnamese for “Wake Up” and refers to both our initial awakening to the need for a path to help us live deeply and the continuous process of awakening throughout our lives. This name has been given to the group by the Most Venerable Thich Thanh Tu, a meditation master and founder of the modern Truc Lam (Bamboo Forest Lineage) in Vietnam. The name given to us has not been translated literally into English, but has been expressed in the form of a traditional Buddhist image in order to express more poetically the meaning of Tinh Giác.

  In order to realise the aspiration inherent in our name we focus on studying and practising the ethical principles of Buddhism (The five precepts), meditation in the Bamboo Forest/Truc Lam tradition, the teachings of the Buddha found in the sutras and the gentle building of a fourfold Sangha.

Buddhist books, DVDs, CDs and audiocassettes are available for a three-week loan from the library.


Buddha House

Address: 496 Magill Rd   Magill SA 5072
Tradition: Vajrayana, Gelugpa Tibetan
Affiliation: FPMT
Phone: (08) 8333 2824
E-mail: info@buddhahouse.org
Website: http://www.buddhahouse.org
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Venerable: Thubten Dondrub  Email  (Phone: 08 83332824)
Main Contact: Office  Email  (Phone: (08) 8333 2824)
Teacher: Geshe Konchog Kyab  
Notes and Events:

We have a wide-ranging program of Buddhist activities including Learn to Meditate classes for beginners, ranging through to advanced classes on Buddhist philosophy and practice with our resident monk, Geshe Konchog Kyab.

There are scheduled events almost every day at Buddha House. The busy program of Teachings and practice includes:

  • Learn to Meditate classes
  • Introduction to Buddhism
  • Traditional Teachings with Geshe Kyab
  • Guided Meditations
  • Traditional practices
  • Workshops
  • Retreats


Buddhist Council of South Australia

Address:   Kent Town SA 5067
Tradition: Non-Sectarian, BCSA is the peak body for Buddhism in SA
Affiliation: Federation of Australian Buddhist Councils
Website: http://www.bcsa.asn.au/
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Notes and Events:

The Buddhist Council of South Australia promotes the teachings of the Buddha in South Australia and serves as the representative organisation for Buddhist temples, groups and organisations in South Australia.


Dakkhina Dhammatthala Southern Oasis of Dhamma

Address: 79 Davis Avenu   Christies Beach SA 5165
Tradition: Theravada
Phone: 0401080953
E-mail: ven.santacari@gmail.com
Website: http://www.dhammatthala.org
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Teacher: Ayya Santacari Bhikkhuni  
Spiritual Director: Ajahn Brahm  
Notes and Events:

Monthly Program
Dhamma, Discussion & Meditation
3rd Thursdays 6pm Royal Adelaide Hospital Chapel: 19th Jan & 16th March, 
4th Fridays 7pm 8 James st Crafers: 27th Jan & 24th March

Weekly Program
Tuesday 1pm: RAH Chapel. Learn to Meditate & Guided Meditation
Tuesday 7pm: Sitting Group @ DD, Christies Beach
Tuesday 8.15pm Sutta class @ DD, Christies Beach
Wednesday 7pm: Learn to Meditate & Guided Meditation @ DD
Saturday 3pm: Learn to Meditate and Guided Meditation @ DD
Saturday 4pm: Dhamma Discussion and cups of tea @ DD
Saturday 5pm: Sitting Group @ DD


Diamond Way Buddhist Group Naracoorte

Address: Magenta House 1 Caithness Ave Naracoorte   SA
Tradition: Vajrayana, Karma Kagyu Tibetan
Affiliation: Diamond Way
Phone: 0417520795
E-mail: naracoorte@diamondway-center.org
Website: http://www.diamondway.org.au
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Main Contact: Diana Perkins  
Teacher: Lama Ole Nydahl  
Spiritual Director: Gyalwa Karmapa Trinley Thaye Dorje  
Notes and Events:

Diamond Way Buddhism Naracoorte supports the meditation practice of South Australians as part of the national and international Diamond Way Buddhism network. We offer retreat weekends, host visiting teachers and have a regular meditation on Wednesday nights. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to call or send us an email.


Flinders University Buddhist Chaplaincy

Address: Oasis Multi-Faith Chaplaincy, Flinders University, Sturt Road   Bedford Park SA 5042
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Affiliation: Non-Sectarian
Website: http://www.flinders.edu.au/oasis/religiousgroups/buddhist/
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Main Contact: Reverend George Gatenby  Email  (Phone: 0403 335 721)
Notes and Events:

Notes and Events:

Meditation Tuesdays at 1.30 during term time (including mid-semester break)

You do not have to be an experienced to participate in meditation as instruction is available to new people.


Lifeflow Meditation Centre

Address: 8 / 259 Glen Osmond Rd Frewville SA 5063   SA
Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan, Karma Kagyu
Phone: (08) 8379 9001
Fax: (08) 8379 9012
E-mail: info@lifeflow.com.au
Website: http://www.lifeflow.com.au/
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Main Contact: Lisa Hancock or John Burston  Email  
Spiritual Director: Ven. Dr. Graham Williams  
Notes and Events:

Notes and Events:

The Lifeflow Meditation Centre is a wholly Australian, non-profit, educational organisation. The meditation practices and techniques have been adapted from both the Burmese tradition, including the practices of Shamatha and Vipassana, and the Tibetan Karma Kargyu Buddhist tradition, including Mahamudra and Yoga-Tantra practices.The Centre has a team of six teachers, all of whom have had at least 10 years of meditation experience. The founder and director is Dr Graham Williams who originally trained in both the Burmese and Tibetan Buddhist traditions, and was ordained by HH the 16th Karmapa in 1981. For over twenty five years Dr Williams and the teaching team have been translating the knowledge, skill and wisdom of the Buddhist meditation traditions to makes these accessible and relevant to our contemporary Australian lifestyles.Learn to meditate - Courses are run regularly in Norwood, Adelaide.  Each course runs for 7 weeks, and we teach simple and effective meditation techniques drawn from the Buddhist tradition.

Advanced meditation classes - We also teach through to an advanced level, covering the deepest aspects of Buddhist philosophy and psychology. 

Meditation retreats - Throughout the year we offer retreats at Tara Hills Retreat Centre, for beginners through to advanced practitioners.  All retreats are guided by qualified teachers, and allow participants to engage in advanced Insight and Yoga-Tantra practices.http://www.lifeflow.com.auVisit our website to find a full listing of courses, events and teachings available throughout the year.


Mindfull Path Sangha

Address: Level 1, 486 Salisbury Hwy.   Parafield Gardens SA 5107
Tradition: Mahayana, Thich Nhat Hanh
Affiliation: Order of Interbeing
Phone: 61 427699913
E-mail: mindfulpathsangha486@gmail.com
Website: http://www.mindfulpathsangha.weebly.com
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Main Contact: Wesley  Email  (Phone: 04276 999 13)
Notes and Events:

We are a small group of friendly people, practicing in the tradition of Thich Nhat Hanh (Thây) and other Teachers.

We gather every week for practicing mindfulness together, and to support one another in mindful living.

We practice mindful sitting & walking meditation, sharing tea .Buddhist teaching videos, singing or sharing thoughts and stories from our lives with one another. 


South Australian Zhu-Lin Buddhist Association

Address: 151-155 May Terrace, Ottoway SA 5013   SA
Tradition: Mahayana, Pure Land, Chinese
Phone: 08) 8447 4022
E-mail: cwzhulin@yahoo.com.au
Website: http://www.zhulinsa.org/en/
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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
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  • 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 samantha.chua@roh.com.au 


  • Tibetan Buddhist Institute Inc Thekchen Shedrub Choeling)

    Address: 8 Ross Avenue   Flinders Park SA 5025
    Tradition: Vajrayana, Gelukpa
    Phone: 08 8351 8788
    E-mail: tbi@internode.on.net
    Website: http://tibetanbuddhistinstitute.org/index.htm
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    Geshe: Jampa Gyaltsen  
    Ven: Jampa Tenzin  
    Main Contact: Nawang Thubten  (Phone: 08 8351 8788)
    Teacher: Ven Khensur Kangurwa Rinpohce  
    Spiritual Director: Nawang Thubten (Tenzin Dhargye)  Email  (Phone: 0418 847 016)
    Notes and Events:

    Teachings at our centre are traditional and authentic, by one of the original Lamas who escaped from Tibet with His Holiness Dalai Lama, Ven Khensur Rinpoche.  He is very ably assisted by Geshe Jampa Gyaltsen, who was carefully chosen by Rinpoche, because of his extremely high academic and philosphical achievements, coupled with his great reverence for the teachings, his spontaneous and accurate insights and soft demeanour. His Holiness has described him as being "ïn the inner circle of my friends.

    We usually hold an annual 11 day retreat in October, and many weekend teaching workshops throughout the year.  Ven Rinpoche gives initiations into Highest Yoya Tantra Deities, and various other teaching events.

    We also have other classes, run by our Sangha and advanced students: Learn to Meditate, Introduction to Buddhism, Compassion and Medicine Buddha Meditation Days, Healing Meditation Days, Practice Days, Vajrayogini, Yamantaka, Green Tara, Chenrezig, Medicine Buddha Practices, Guru Pujas.  


    Tsechen Thubten Choe Ling

    Address:   SA
    Tradition: Non-Sectarian
    Website: http://www.tsechen.org.au/
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    Notes and Events:

    Adelaide Non-Sectarian Buddhist Group, provides a platform for teachers from all traditions of Buddhism to deliver their message to the people of South Australia.


    Upeksa Meditation Village (Thien Tu Hy Xa)

    Address: 441 Womma Road   Penfield SA 5121
    Tradition: Mahayana, VietnamThien Truc Lam traditionese Zen -
    Phone: 08 8284 7344
    Fax: 08 8282 7344
    E-mail: thichthongchieu@msn.com
    Website: https://upeksameditationvillage.wordpress.com/
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    Main Contact: Ven.Thich Thong Chieu  Email  
    Teacher: Ven. Thich Thong Chieu  
    Notes and Events:

    Upeksa Mediation Village is a Vietnamese Thien Meditation Centre in Adelaide, South Australia.

    We have an English speaking meditation group running and new members are always welcome.  The group meets at 2 pm every 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month. See website for more details.


    Wat Buddhist Khmer Krom

    Address: Lot 96, Symes Road, Waterloo Corner, SA 5110   SA
    Tradition: Theravada, Khmer ( Cambodian)
    Affiliation: Khmer Kampuchea-Krom Association of SA Inc.
    E-mail: info@khmerkrom.org.au.
    Website: http://www.khmerkrom.org.au/
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    Notes and Events:

    Khmer Krom Buddhist Monastery of South Australia Inc was first established in 2005. The first temple was located a rented rurual home in Waterloo Corner, South Australia, with one monk in residence.

    Through contributions from Khmer Krom individuals and friends, the temple is able to aquire a section of the old Adelaide Equestrian centre at Lot 96, Symes Road, Waterloo Corner.

    Although the building and facilities are run down, Khmer Krom people have joined hands to rennovate and build this place to become a place of worship, centre for education and a place where Khmer Krom can celebrate our culture festivals and ceremonies.

    The temple now has two permanent resident Monks. We also have monks from Cambodia, Melbourne and other states to come for visit and stay for a period of time.


    Wat Khmer Santipheap

    Address: 172 BURTON ROAD, PARALOWIE, SA 5108   SA
    Tradition: Theravada, Cambodian
    Affiliation: Wat Khmer Santipheap Association of SA Inc
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    Main Contact: Mr. Savonn LY (President)  Email  (Phone: 0422314855)
    Teacher: Abbot: Venerable Sorng NOU  
    Notes and Events:

    We are a small Khmer Theravada Buddhist community who regularly celebrate Buddhist ceremonies and festivals  . Our main festivals and ceremonies include Meagha Boja, Vishakha Boja, Cambodian New Year, Vasssa ceremonies, Bon Kan Ben and Pchum Ben (ancestor days), Bon Ak Ambuk, Kathina ceremony and International New Year celebration.


    Whyalla Buddhist Meditation Centre (Sakya Yigah Choe Ling )

    Address: 78 Wileman Street Whyalla Playford PO Box 297 Whyalla   Whyalla SA 5608
    Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan, Sakya
    Phone: (08) 86458482
    E-mail: rwa44722@bigpond.net.au
    Website: http://sakyayigahchoeling.org/
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    Teacher: resident teacher; Lama Ngawang Kunga  
    Main Contact: Bruce  (Phone: 0427 452 160)
    Spiritual Director: Lama Kunga  
    Notes and Events:

    Buddhist meditation and philosophy - meets Wed 7.30pm, Sun 9.30pm

     FOR CONTACT CALL BRUCE   0427 452 160


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