We're located at 18-20 Nanson Way , Nollamara 6061  Western Australia
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We're a Buddhist centre serving the global community irrespective of age, colour or creed. We offer numerous resources and support to those interested in practicing the Dhamma.

Tel:  +61-(0) 8 9345 1711
Fax: +61-(0) 8 9344 4220
E-mail: admin@bswa.org
PO Box 3135
Yokine WA 6060

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Saturday, 04 July 2015 19:13

A limited number of $50 Half Day tickets has been launched for the Perth Buddhist Conference 8 & 9 Aug 2015

Dear BSWA member / supporter,

Please rally together to show support and get a ticket. It is about actually attending our conference to show that we are a strong community and appreciate our monks and nuns for their guidance and Dhamma talks to us.

Some of you have found it difficult to purchase the Two Day or One Day tickets because of price and so we have just launched a limited number of $50 Half Day tickets!

And if you already have purchased your ticket you might consider buying these special tickets for friends and family.

Thursday, 02 July 2015 15:11

Rains Retreat 2015 dates Featured

The dates are as follows:

Bodhinyana Monastery:

26 July Entering Rains Ceremony
31 July Start
1 November End

Wednesday, 01 July 2015 12:29

Podcast service not up as yet

Unfortunately, it's taking longer than expected to re-establish our podcast service. We will post an update here as soon as it has been done.

Your patience is much appreciated!

With metta,
BSWA Webmaster

Monday, 29 June 2015 12:23

Friday Night Speaker

Ajahn Sujato will be at Dhammaloka this Friday night!

Wednesday, 24 June 2015 12:55

Advice from an English monk (Part One)

Ajahn Brahm says good governance begins with keeping employees happy.

'When we talk about good governance, we should refer to the issue of authority," says Ajahn Brahmavamso Mahathera, or Ajahn Brahm as the English-born monk is better known. "Whether we run an organisation or a department, there will be three types of authority: conferred, assumed and earned.

Sunday, 07 June 2015 19:20

Politics needs wisdom of Buddhist voices




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Friday, 05 June 2015 10:45

Congratulations to Ajahn Brahm - Good? Bad? Who Knows? is now No 3 on the German hardcover non fiction bestseller list

Tuesday, 02 June 2015 19:40

Meditation and Tai Chi at Fremantle a success

Image of Ajahn leading meditation at Fremantle Esplanade

Monday, 01 June 2015 15:07

Supporting the Sangha - Dana fulfilled

Thanks to everyone's immense generosity, we have secured enough funds to sponsor a number of Sangha members to attend the Conference.

Thank you to everyone who donated!

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We are located at 18-20 Nanson Way
Nollamara 6061
Western Australia

Click here for map


Tel:  +61-(0) 8 9345 1711
Fax: +61-(0) 8 9344 4220
E-mail: admin@bswa.org
PO Box 3135 Yokine WA 6060