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Welcome to the Sydney Buddhist Centre About us

The Sydney Buddhist Centre in Newtown offers courses in Buddhism and Meditation in a friendly, supportive environment. Our teachers are practising Buddhists who strive to incorporate the ideals and practice of Buddhism into daily life. Our meditation techniques can be used by anyone regardless of religious beliefs.

Our Newtown centre is part of a worldwide movement - the Triratna Buddhist Community (formerly the Friends of the Western Buddhist Order or FWBO) which was founded in 1967 by the Venerable Sangharakshita.

The Triratna Buddhist Community draws upon the entire Buddhist tradition and expresses itself in a fresh and dynamic way.

The Sydney Buddhist Centre has run activities in various locations since 1981. Join us for classes and retreats and meet people with similar interests.

 

 

 

 



 



Upcoming Events
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Next Introduction to Buddhism and Meditation course
starts
Tues 30 Aug 2016, 7:00 - 9:30pm

For details and bookings click here.

Next Introduction to Meditation course
starts
Weds 3 August 2016, 7:00 - 9:30pm


For details and bookings click here.

Next Introduction to Meditation retreat
at Vijayaloka Retreat Centre
14 Oct 2016

Learn to meditate in the conducive conditions of a retreat centre, one hour drive from Sydney

For details and bookings click here.

Next Going Deeper course
Adventures in Emptiness
starts Tue 30 August 2016

For those who have completed a Buddhism course or who have been attending classes for some time

For details and bookings click here.

Introductory Drop-in Meditation (by donation)
24 Enmore Rd, Newtown

Get a no-obligation taste of meditation every

Tuesday lunchtime at 12:30 (finish by 1:30)

Saturday morning at 9.30 (finish by 10.40)

No need to pre-book these casual classes. Just dress comfortably and come along for a guided practice.