Fo Guang Shan Nan Tien Temple is located in the third largest city in New South Wales Wollongong Berkeley (Berkeley) on the southern suburb of Berkeley, covering about 22 hectares, is the largest Buddhism temple in the southern hemisphere, about 100 kilometers north of the capital of New South Wales Sydney.
The Buddha Guang Shan Temple is a famous Mahayana Buddhism temple and tourist attraction in the big tree area of TW area of China, Big Tree District, Kaohsiung City, TW, Founded by Master Nebula in 1967. By 1992, Master Nebula created the International Buddhism Organization: the International Buddha's Light Society (Buddha' s Light International Association, BLIA), For the Buddhism of the world, "Educate and train people, To promote the Dharma with culture, With charity, With the four purposes of "purifying the people, Committed to the promotion of Buddhism education, culture, charity, To date, nearly 200 Taoist centers have been established around the world, and a number of art galleries, libraries, publishing houses, bookstores, hospitals, All over Asia, North America, South America, Oceania, Africa, Europe and dozens of major countries in the world.
Fo Guang Shan Nan Tien Temple was created by Master Nebula in 1992 and completed in 1995 with a floor area of 11000 square meters. For Buddhists, Nantian Temple is the paradise of the Southern Hemisphere, and the Australian government also strongly supports the temple's symbolic 99 annual rent of A $1.
I. train :
- Starting from Sydney central Station (Central Station), take the South China Sea shoreline (South Coast Line), get off at Wollongong Station, transfer to Wollongong34 bus, and walk 400 meters after getting off at Nolan St station;
- Set out from Sydney central Station (Central Station), take the South China Sea shoreline (South Coast Line), get off at Wendra (Unanderra) station, walk about 2.2 km to reach;
- Take the M1 south and turn left at the Five Island Road exit about 8 km after passing the Wollongong, then follow the brown road sign pointing to Nantian Temple (turn right around the island) until you reach the Berkeley Road and see the gate of Nantian Temple. Note: Tourist Road (Coast) does not specify the road signs for Nantian Temple. Please follow NOWRA instructions to the Five Islands Road exit.