Welcome to Buddhist Vihara (Temple) of Queensland Inc (Goodna Temple)
The Buddhist Vihara (Temple) of Queensland is situated on 2.5 acres of bush-land setting in Goodna on an elevated land. Its native vegetation along with ample wild life creates serene and calm surroundings, with the stone Buddha statue in meditation posture in front of the main building. The main building houses the shrine room with a beautiful Buddha statue, monks quarters. Disability access is from the back of the building. Toilet facilities for the visiting public are located at the ground floor area. The place can easily accommodate 500 visitors during a major festival. The veranda around the upper floor of the building provides ample space for a quiet sitting for meditation.
The Proposed Master plan of Buddhist Vihara
Dear all dhamma friends of Buddhist Vihara of Queensland,
We are happy to inform you that the operational works submission to the Ipswich City Council has been approved for the construction for the following works.
1. A single entry to the temple premises to the amalgamated lots – 108 and 110 Eric street and associated road works to Eric street.
2 The construction of car parks and associated internal roads and street lighting.
3. Accessible car parks and associates access paths.
4. Storm water management of the entire development area.
We are closer than ever before to achieving our objective of registering the Buddhist Vihara of Queensland as place of worship which has been the your aim in supporting this development over the past several years .We now seek those that are able to commit to a regular donation, however small or large it may be, with a view to supporting the servicing of the debt we will be raising. Please contact Venerable Sugathasara Thero directly to make a contribution. Contact number: -+61 738188806
Account name: -Buddhist vihara of Queensland Inc
Bank: – NAB
Account: – 901693537
May the Noble Triple Gem Bless you and your families as you continue to support the Buddhist Vihara of Queensland in its endeavours to make available what the Buddha taught for the future generations.