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Zhulin Buddhist Association of South Australia

151 May Terrace, Ottoway SA 5013, Australia

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Zhulin Buddhist Association of South Australia Ottoway,, located in the northern suburb of Adelaide, the capital of South Australia, is about 10 kilometers from downtown and covers about 4 hectares.

Zhulin Buddhist Association of South Australia is a Buddhism temple, also the seat of the South Australia Buddhism Association, with the traditional Chinese style of the gate and the majestic Great Hall of the Great Xiong, the temple's backyard Sherita is under construction. Buddhism believers can burn incense and worship Buddha here, while Zhulin Buddhist Association of South Australia provide free Chinese lessons and Tai Chi tutorials to community children every Sunday morning.

Zhulin Buddhist Association of South Australia away from the city center, quiet and unusual, fresh air. The grand foundation laying ceremony was held at the new site of the South Australia Zhulin Buddhist Association of South Australia in 1991 by Master Zang Hui from Sydney. At the beginning of 1994, a grand opening ceremony was held in the newly completed Zhulin Buddhist Association of South Australia hall. At this point, a majestic Buddhism court stands under Adelaide clear sky.

Zhulin Buddhist Association of South Australia January 2011, the backyard of such as Sherita officially laid the foundation for the construction of the tower has attracted the attention of all parties. As of the beginning of 2019, Sherita is still under construction, but it is believed that this pagoda, which contains the wisdom and compassion of the three treasures, will stand in South Australia in the near future to protect all living beings.

Since the completion of the temple, under the guidance of the mage, the Zhulin Buddhist Association of South Australia held a weekend to practice the rite, Buddha Dharma, regularly held the Health Festival and other Buddhist birthday celebrations rite, the elderly birthday party and other activities, providing a spiritual harbor for overseas Chinese. On the occasion of the Spring Festival, the Zhulin Buddhist Association of South Australia will hold a large-scale Spring Festival blessing evening, and Chinese people from South Australia, local government officials and people from all walks of life will gather together to share the traditional Chinese New Year flavor. These colorful activities have far-reaching impact on the Chinese community in South Australia and even the local community. At the end of 2009, with the cooperation of the Sino-Australian government, the Chinese giant panda first arrived in Australia Zhulin Buddhist Association of South Australia was invited to hold a blessing ceremony for the panda. In addition, the monastery has established such children's schools, such as youth groups, welfare groups and other sub-organizations. Now, Zhulin Buddhist Association of South Australia have been through more than 20 years of wind and rain, the Buddha and Bodhisattva, the hard work of the great virtues and dharma, the vast number of good believers to protect, so that the Buddhism Bodhi Taoist Center can and continue to provide religious services to the Australian people, to purify the people, harmonious society and the world peace play a positive role.


How to reach:

  • Bus:
  • 254 to Stop 32G Grand Junction Rd station
  • 230.232 Road to Stop 34G Grand Junction Rd Station


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Loc:
Australia - South Australia
Kind:
Attraction - Religion
Alias:
南澳竹林精舍
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Tel:
+61 8 8447 4022
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