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Jhana Grove Meditation Centre

Address: 217 Kingsbury Drive   Serpentine WA 6125
Tradition: Theravada, Ajahn Chah tradition, Thai, Western
Affiliation: Buddhist Society of Western Australia
E-mail: caretaker@jhanagrove.org.au
Website: http://cms.jhanagrove.org.au/ & http://www.dhammaloka.org.au/
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Notes and Events:

Jhana Grove Meditation Retreat Centre opened by Geoff Gallop, the former premier of Western Australia on Good Friday 10 April 2009.

Meditation Retreats are held at Jhana Grove. For more info see: http://cms.jhanagrove.org.au/

Located 1km from Bodhinyana Buddhist Monastery


Jikishoan Zen Buddhist Community

Address: PO Box 105, Jamison Centre,   Jamison ACT 2614
Tradition: Mahayana, Soto School - Eihei Dogen Zenji
Affiliation: Jikishoan Zen Buddhist Community Melbourne
Phone: 0427 319378
E-mail: canberra@jikishoan.org.au
Website: http://www.jikishoan.org.au
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Kanji ( Secretary): Vaughan Behncke  Email  (Phone: 0427 319378)
Main Contact: Vaughan Behncke  Email  (Phone: 0427 319378)
Teacher: Ekai Korematsu  
Spiritual Director: Ekai Korematsu  
Notes and Events:

Jikishoan Zen Buddhist Community Canberra is a Bun-in ( sub-temple) of Jikishoan Zen Buddhist Community, Melbourne

Jikishoan Canberra meets every Sunday evening, between 5.15 and 7.30pm for public meditation practice which includes zazen (sitting meditation), kinhin(walking meditation) and bowing practice. Newcomers are always welcome.

The venue for Sunday Sanzenkai (meditation) is the Function Hall, Corroboree Park Community Centre, Paterson Street, Ainslie. ACT.

Jikishoan Canberra also conducts an ongoing series of One Day Meditation Workshops throughout the year. Details of these are posted at the Canberra Group pages of www.jikishoan.org.au


Jizoan Zen Centre

Address: Perth  Fremantle WA
Tradition: Mahayana, Zen (Rinzai)
Phone: (08) 93315752
E-mail: infozencentre@gmail.com
Website: http://www.azsi.org
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Jizoan Zen Centre a Rinzai Zen Buddhist temple located in Perth Western Australiain the citys South West near the area of Fremantle. Jizoan Zendo is the first full time Rinzai centre in Australia . The centre was established in 1998. Most attendees are Australian with some Japanese also attending, anyone is welcome.

Since 2004 the Centre sponsored a
Zazenkai for office workers in the Central Business District in conjunction with the Hyogo Prefectural Centre who provided the location. As of early 2008 this meditation group has been suspended until a new city location is found.
A residential Zen training program is hoped by 2010.

Based in the teachings of Hakuin, Zen practice at Jizoan follows Rinzai tradition of zazen meditation, open daily to public participation.

Daily Zazen periods at Jizoan last 90 minutes followed by tea ceremony known as sarei and a light talk on practice. As with most Zen temples there is no need to enroll in a class.

Sunday;

  • Full day of Zazen meditation and a chance experience rounded healthy life at Zen. temple.
  • During other times of the month other Cultural activities related to Zen such as Flower arranging Ikebana, and Traditional Japanese Martial arts Koryu bujutsu are also held using traditional style rooms at the Centre.
Facility Information
  • Hours of Operation

    Daily Zazen: 7:00pm to 9:00pm
    Sunday  5:00am to 9:00pm
    Open throughout the year.
    Please make an appointment for your  first attendance by telephone or email. Japanese speakers may be available to assist.

    Access
    By Bus from Perth Esplanade Busport 940 route, or from Fremantle Train Station 144 route


Kabaraye Buddhist Monastery

Address: 71-73 Churchill Park Drive   Endeavour Hills Vic 3802
Tradition: Theravada, Burmese
Phone: (03) 87744924
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Spiritual Director: Abbot: Sayadaw U Zanita  
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Sayadaw U Zanita conducts meditation classes (Kanni meditation method) in Burmese & English.

Sayadaw also teaches basic foundations of Buddhism for school boys & girls at Sunday schools.


Kadam Sharawa Buddhist Institute

Address: Copacabana   NSW 2251
Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan, Gelugpa
Affiliation: FPMT Centre
Phone: 0467558672
E-mail: kadam@kadamsharawa.org
Website: http://www.kadamsharawa.org/
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Contact: Jill Grosche (Director)  
Spiritual Director: Lama Thubten Zopa Rinpoche  
Notes and Events:

Teachings are located at: Green Point Community Centre,  96 Koolang Road, Green Point.

Postal address:

P.O. Box 4015 Copacabana NSW 2251.


Kadampa Meditation Centre, Australia

Address: 25 McCarthy Road   Monbulk Vic 3793
Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan
Affiliation: NKT-IKBU
Phone: 397567203
Fax: 397520077
E-mail: info@kadampa.org.au
Website: http://nkt-kmc-australia.org/
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Teacher: Kelsang Dornying  
Spiritual Director: Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso  
Main Contact: Kelsang Pagma  Email  (Phone: 397567203)
Notes and Events:

Kadampa Meditation Centre Australia offers a wide range of classes, courses and retreats that are open to the general public. We aim to provide something for everyone: from relaxing breaks in the Dandenongs to in-depth Buddhist teacher training programme.

So whether you just want to unwind and de-stress or are looking for a new way to apporach the challenges life presents, we hope you\\\\\\\'ll find something for you here.

As well as the perfect retreat setting of our beautiful temple in the idyllic Dandenong ranges, we organise weekly classes in areas throughout Melbourne\\\\\\\'s urban sprawl from the inner city to the rural fringes.

Meditation and Buddhism in Melbourne - classes and courses for all levels of interest.

Kadampa Meditation Centre Australia (KMCA) is the mother centre of the New Kadampa Tradition - International Kadampa Buddhist Union in Australia. Perched on a mountainside, located an hour outside of Melbourne in the lush forest of the Dandenong Ranges, it is the perfect place for enjoying inner peace.

KMCA has a thriving residential community of monks, nuns and lay practitioners, and provides classes and retreats for all levels of interest.

KMCA contains a beautiful World Peace Temple, created through the pure vision of Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, Founder of the New Kadampa Tradition, and the joyful dedication of many volunteers. The Temple is host to a number of local, national and international events for Kadampa Buddhists, year after year.


Kadhampa Buddhist Society of Australia Inc.

Address: 614 Highbury Road  Glen Waverley Vic 3150
Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan, Gelugpa
Phone: (03) 8822 3308
E-mail: admin@auskadhampa.org.au
Website: http://www.auskadhampa.org.au
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Spiritual Director: H.E. Gontug Rinpoche  Email  (Phone: (03) 8822 3308)
Notes and Events:

The Kadhampa Buddhist Society of Australia is a part of a worldwide network of more than 20 centres. We are a charitable organisation focused on propagating Buddhist culture, heritage and teachings of love, compassion and wisdom.

We offer a wide range of activities and events for people at different levels of practice and interest. Events vary from teachings, chantings, meditation, guru puja, candle offerings, qigong and more.


Karen Buddhist Dhamma Dhutta Foundation

Address: 195 Arnold st   Bendigo Vic 3550
Tradition: Theravada, Burmese, all are welcome
Phone: 0435 200 752
E-mail: ashinmoonieinda@yahoo.com.au
Website: http://www.karen.org.au/
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Teacher: Venerable Ashin Moonieinda  
Notes and Events:

The Karen Buddhist Dhamma Dhutta Foundation was founded by Karen Burmese refugees in Bendigo.

Activities include Buddhist festivals, meditation classes, and ordination of novice monks.

Contact Venerable Ashin Moonieinda on 0435 200 752 for more information

As there are no other Theravada Buddhist or Hindu centres in Bendigo, Buddhists and Hindus of all traditions are very welcome. Our community includes Sri Lankan, Thai and Australians as well as Karen Buddhists. We also work together with other Buddhist traditions.


Karma Yiwong Samten Ling Tibetan Buddhist Centre

Address: 1064 Sandy Creek Road, Molong NSW 2866 Postal Address 1064 Sandy Creek Rd MOLONG NSW 2866   NSW
Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan - Karma Kagyu
Affiliation: Rumtek Monastery Sikkim - North India
Phone: Phone (02) 6366 8376
E-mail: karmakagyu@ceinternet.net.au
Website: http://www.karmakagyu.org.au/
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Main Contact: Rosie & Gerry Aguila  
Spiritual Director: Ven Dekhung Gyaltsey Tulku Rinpoche  
Notes and Events:

Karma Yiwong Samten Ling is a retreat centre in the Karma Kagyu Tradition of Tibetan Buddhism under the direction of Ven. Dekhung Gyaltsey Tulku Rinpoche


Karuna Foundation

Address: Buddhist Society of NSW) PO Box 89 North Sydney NSW 2059  NSW
Tradition: Mahayana, Tien-tai Hua-yen, Japanese
Phone: (02) 9929 8643
Fax: 9955 6183
Website: http://www.karunafoundation.org.au/default.asp
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Teacher: Malcolm Pearce  
Main Contact: Nara  
Notes and Events:

The Karuna Foundation has two centres, Katoomba and Sydney. Introductory courses of eight evening sessions are held four times per year. Regular programs for members: Sunday afternoons and Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings.

Weekend retreats are held at the Katoomba centre


Khacho Yulo Ling Buddhist Centre

Address: 348 Severin Street   Cairns Qld 4870
Tradition: Vajrayana, Sakya Tradition of Tibetan Buddhism
Affiliation: Sakya Tradition
Phone: (07) 4041 5556
E-mail: kylbc@yahoo.com.au
Website: http://www.yuloling.com
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Main Contact: Venerable Rinchen  (Phone: 0740415556)
Spiritual Director: His Holiness Sakya Trizin & His Eminence Chogye Trichen Rinpoche  
Notes and Events:

Meditation times are Monday Night at 7pm, Wednesday morning 10am and Sunday morning at 11am.


Khedrubje Kadampa Buddhist Centre

Address: 165 Willoughby Rd, Wamberal, NSW 2260   NSW
Tradition: Vajrayana, Gelugpa, Tibetan
Phone: (02) 4385 2609
E-mail: info@centralcoastmeditation.org
Website: http://centralcoastmeditation.org/the-centre
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Teacher: Ven Geshe. Kelsang Dawa  
Notes and Events:

Khedrubje Kadampa Buddhist Centre, a not for profit organisation, was established in February 2011. The purpose of the Centre is to provide an opportunity for people to learn how to solve their daily problems and find lasting peace through integrating Buddha’s teachings into their everyday lives.

We hold weekly meditation drop-in classes throughout the coast. We also provide a committed study program which is held at the Centre most Sundays. In addition to these classes we offer a schedule of day courses, social events and free talks. Everyone is welcome!

The Centre is located at The Grove, 165 Willoughby Rd, Wamberal, NSW 2260


Khmer Buddhist Society of Queensland

Address: 44/50 Third Avenue, Marsden, QLD 4132   Qld
Tradition: Theravada, Cambodian
Phone: (07) 3803 0845
Fax: 07) 3803 0988
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Contact: Mary (07) 3388 2698,  
Teacher: Ven.Choum Vanna  
Notes and Events:

Activities:   Cultural development, social, community development, religious education


Koyasan Seizanji Temple

Address: 301 Eastern Valley Way, Middle Cove, NSW 2068   NSW
Tradition: Vajrayana, Koyasan Shingonshu Koyasan Shingonshu(one word) (Japanese Tantric Esoteric Buddism)
Affiliation: Koyasan Shingon Mission of Australia - Seizanji Temple
Phone: (02) 9417 6555
E-mail: info@shingon.org.au
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Founder: Kobo Daishi Kukai  
Spiritual Head: Rev. Washo Saito  
Main Contact: Rev. William Washo Saito  Email  
Spiritual Director: Rev. Washo Saito  
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Shingon Mikkyo 
Shingon (Mantra), Mikkyo(Esoteric) is a form of Tantric Buddhism introduced to Japan 1300 years ago Kobo Daishi Kukai, who was the only student to acquire all of the teachings of his master Hui Kuo. Since then it has remained an unbroken lineage of teacher and student relationships. Its goal is lo realize enlightenment in this lifetime and lead a productive and benevolent life. Shingon Mikkyo is also known for its healing tradition called Kaji, which is the transference of the Buddha’s grace instilling a sacred peace of mind and increasing ones life force.

Washo Saito is the only Shingon Buddhist Abbot living in Australia and has been teaching Shingon Meditation (Ajikan and Gachirinkan) for a number of years.

Ajikan Meditation
Ajikan is a meditation focusing on the Sanskrit "A" syllable and Gachirinkan a meditation that focuses on the moon. Its benefits include relief from stress and anxiety and attainment of a peaceful mind. This practice is not difficult and requires around 15 minutes a day for beginners. Rev. Washo Saito’s teacher, Rev. Keisho Nagao, before retiring was second in charge of Koyasan Shingon headquarters in Japan.

Meditation Sessions
Sessions are held each Saturday at 11:15am-12:15 pm at The Buddhist Council of NSW headquarters, Level 1, 441 Pacific Highway Crows Nest, ph: (02) 99668893

Practitioners are required to bring a cash donation of their own choosing for the Buddhist Council.


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.


Losang Dragpa Kadampa Buddhist Centre

Address: 14 Church Street, Mayfield NSW 2304   NSW
Tradition: Vajrayana, Gelugpa
Affiliation: New Kadampa Tradition - International Kadampa Buddhist Union
Phone: 02 40234562
E-mail: info@meditateinnewcastle.org
Website: http://meditateinnewcastle.org/centre-classes
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Teacher: Mick Marcon is the Resident Teacher  
Spiritual Director: Geshe Kelsang Gyatso  
Notes and Events:

Losang Dragpa Kadampa Buddhist Centre was established in October 2009 and is now based in a small house in Mayfield, five minutes drive from Newcastle city centre. The purpose of the centre is to provide a facility where people can learn about meditation and the Buddhist way of life.

We hold weekly drop-in classes at Merewether, New Lambton, Mayfield, Erina, Tuggerah and Warners bay. In addition, we also provide a committed study program which is held at Losang Dragpa centre most Sundays. This program is specifically designed for those who wish to deepen their understanding and practical application of Buddhas teachings in their daily lives.


Magnetic Buddha Dharma

Address: 27 Wansfell St Picnic Bay MAGNETIC ISLAND QLD 4819   Qld
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Affiliation: Tibetan Buddhist Society of Canberra
Phone: 4758 1730
E-mail: helene11@bigpond.net.au
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Spiritual Director: Lama Choedak  
Main Contact: Helene Rankin  (Phone: 07- 4758 1730)
Notes and Events:

  • Weekly meetings for meditation and hosts visiting teachers from all Buddhist traditions
  • Visitors welcome.
  • TUE 7.30 calm abiding meditation
  • SUN 10-12 am chanting in Pali, meditation.
  • 2nd contact: Contact  (Ms Sharn Rocco)
    Ph: 4758 1190


    Mahasiddha Kadampa Meditation Centre

    Address: 693 - 695 South Dowling Street  Surry Hills NSW 2010
    Tradition: Vajrayana, New Kadampa
    Affiliation: Dharmapala Centre, Perth W.A., Kadampa Meditation Centre Australia, Melbourne VIC , Ganden Kadampa Buddhist Centre, Gold Coast, QLD, Losang Dragpa Kadampa Buddhist Centre, Newcastle, NSW
    Phone: (02) 9699 9902
    E-mail: info@meditateinsydney.org
    Website: http://www.meditateinsydney.org
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    Spiritual Director: Geshe Kelsang Gyatso  
    Teacher: Gen Kelsang Dao  
    Notes and Events:

    We offer a full program suitable for everyone – whatever their level of interest, from 
    those who seek simple relaxation through meditation to those who wish to find lasting
    inner peace and contentment through following the Buddhist path.


    Mahayana Zengong Buddhist Academy of Australia

    Address: PO Box 1169 Maroubra Junction NSW 2035  NSW
    Tradition: Mahayana, Taiwanese,
    Phone: (02) 9665 8296
    Fax: 9664 5398
    E-mail: marillan@primus.com.au
    Website: http://www.zengong.org/
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    Main Contact: Marilla Newman  
    Spiritual Director: Grandmaster Shan Fo  
    Notes and Events:

    Meditation, Qi Gong and Healing are conducted every Monday from 7-9 pm at Quakers Hall, 119 Devonshire Street, Surrey Hills.


    Maitripa Contemplative Centre (Kagyu E-vam Meditation Retreat)

    Address: 528 Myers Creek Road. Healesville Vic 3777  Vic
    Tradition: Vajrayana, Kagyu,
    Phone: (03) 5962 6167
    Fax: 03) 5962 6167
    E-mail: e_vam@smartchat.net.au
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    Notes and Events:

    Notes and Events:

    or: book through Kagyu-Evam Buddhist Institute
    Tel: (03) 9387 0422, Fax: (03) 9380 8296
    Email: e_vam@smartchat.net.au

    This is a Tibetan Buddhist Centre (Closed June to August) set on 13 HA, 8km from Healesville and 1 hour from Melbourne. Single, double, family and dorm accomodation for 60 people. 5 meeting rooms, 2 large conference and meditation rooms


    Manjushri Buddhist Centre

    Address: 40 Wason Street, Milton 2538 NSW   NSW
    Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan Sakya
    Phone: 02 4457 3111 Mobile: 0415 931 204
    Website: http://www.sakya.com.au/locations/Sister%20centre/ManjushriBuddhistCentre.html
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    Spiritual Director: Lama Choedak  
    Notes and Events:

    Regular Program:

    Weekly programme includes Tuesday evening Calm Abiding Meditation at 7pm to 8pm. Saturday morning, fortnightly, Vagrasattva Meditation at 9.30am to 10.30am

    Location map : http://www.whereis.com/whereis/confirmedMap.do?nref=homeMap

    South Coast NSW, North of Ulladulla.


    Marpa Buddhist Centre - Damchoe Dogo Ling

    Address: PO Box 335 15 Delore Crescent TUNCURRY NSW 2428  NSW
    Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan, Sakya,Tsharpa Lineage, but open to all tratditions
    Affiliation: Sakya Losal Choe Dzong (Canberra)
    Phone: (02) 6555 7167 0409 9286 58
    E-mail: pandjmorgan@ozemail.com.au
    Website: http://www.sakya.com.au/locations/Sister%20centre/Damchoe_Dhogu_Ling_Taree.html
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    Main Contact: Peter Morgan  
    Spiritual Director: Lama Choedak  
    Notes and Events:

    Notes and Events:

    Co-ordinator Scott Probst is a practising psychologist.
    Regular Meditation/Dharma Meetings:

    Practice Sessions:
    First Saturdy of month:  Ngondro
    Second Sunday: White Tara  10.00am-12.00pm             
    Third Sunday: Chenrezig 10.00am-12.00pm 
    Third Saturday: Calm Abiding 10.00am-1.00pm

    These sessions are held at our gonpa in the home of Maureen Hayes at Rainbow Flat. An Introduction to Calm Abiding Meditation course is held at least once a year.Marpa Buddhist Centre is  open to all Buddhist traditions We organize regular meditation and discussion evenings in the local area, and public events such as talks and weekend workshops or retreats.


    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).


    Melbourne Buddhist Centre, Brunswick

    Address: 1 Pitt Street, Brunswick, VIC 3056 (off Lygon St)   Brunswick Vic 3056
    Tradition: Non-Sectarian, Triyana
    Affiliation: Triratna Buddhist Order
    Phone: (03) 9380 4303
    E-mail: office@melbournebuddhistcentre.org
    Website: http://www.melbournebuddhistcentre.org/
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    Spiritual Director: Dharmacharini Sudaya  
    Notes and Events:

    The Melbourne Buddhist Centre is run by the Triratna Buddhist Community, an international network dedicated to practising and teaching Buddhist ethics, meditation and wisdom in the contemporary world. Regular meditation courses and Buddhism courses are held at the Centre as well as introductory drop-in meditation classes.


    Melbourne Zen Hospice

    Address: PO Box 329, Albert Park, Melbourne, Vic.3206  Vic
    Tradition: Mahayana, Non-Sectarian
    Affiliation: Japanese Zen
    Phone: (03)98855725
    Website: http://www.zen.org.au
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    Main Contact: Seikan  (Phone: 0410827027)
    Notes and Events:

    The Melbourne Zen Hospice provides free home support and companionship to persons of any age who are approaching the end of their life and living at home, and to their carers and any family members living with them.


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