The statue of Quan Yin is a female deity of Compassion, seen here floating on water.
The prayer wheels have special mantras on each one, Worshippers turn prayer wheels to accumulate merit, to help all beings in the world and purify their karma (intentional actions). They are part of meditation practice.
To inspire people to seek a peaceful and spiritual path.
To be a pilgrimage place for Buddhists from around the world.
To provide a refuge of peace and serenity for all and especially those in need.
To help explain Buddhism to anyone interested.
To provide a temple venue for major teaching events and seminars.
To be of service to as many beings as possible.
Introductory video that gives an overview of The Great Stupa project
Explore the Visitor Centre and Peace Park
Marvel at the extensive collection of artworks and holy relics
Sit and relax at the StupaView Cafe
Enter The Great Stupa and be awed by its grandeur
View the Jade Buddha for Universal Peace
Comfortable walking shoes
A camera, we encourage you to capture our work in progress
Pets are welcome inside and outside, we ask to keep your pet on a leash
Weekdays – 9:00am to 4:45pm
Weekends/Public Holidays – 10:30am to 4:45pm
Christmas Day – CLOSED
Products are sourced from local suppliers. Food and beverages are vegetarian, with vegan and gluten-free options also available.
Entry to the Great Giant Stupa of Universal Compassion is by donation. The money raised will contribute towards its completion.
The paths leading up to the Great Stupa are flat and easy for wheelchair access, also forgot to mention that dogs are welcome!