Wat Buddhavongsayaram

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Wat Buddhavongsayaram

Dhammakaya Meditation Centre in Albury

Information
Tradition/Linage Thai
Main School Theravada
Sub School Thai
Founded 2010
People
Founder(s) Phra Satit Thitadhammo
Teacher(s) Ajahn Satit
Contact Infotmation
Address 302 East Street
East Albury
New South Wales 2640
Australia
Country Australia
Coordinates
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Map
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Phone 02 6045 8074
Email psatit@live.com.au, psatit@live.com.au



About

Dhammakaya Meditation Centre in Albury was started in late 2010 when Phra Satit Thitadhammo travelled from Wat Phra Dhammakaya, Sydney to provide Sunday service at its first temporary premises in South Albury. It was the first time that Buddhist knowledge and practice become accessible to local community on a regular basis. In September 2013 the Service was moved to be held in Thagoona with the generous support by AISHA FLOW YOGA. In the meantime, the group was seeking for a permanent place to settle and finally found a suitable and peaceful site in East Albury.

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Dhammakaya albury

We are now having Services every Sunday 10.00-13.30

We now offer more services including meditation classes. The centre has an emphasis on delivering the knowledge of peace, the moral practice and meditation.

Source

https://www.facebook.com/MeditationAlbury/info/
http://watalbury.org/