Welcome

The Melbourne Buddhist Centre is run by the Triratna Buddhist Community, an international network dedicated to practising and teaching Buddhist ethics, meditation and wisdom in the contemporary world. Regular meditation courses and Buddhism courses are held at the Centre. There are five guided introductory drop-in meditation classes per week involving basic meditation instruction alongside classes for more experienced meditators.  Public talks on Buddhism are offered by local and visiting speakers. The Centre also offers a program of day retreats and longer retreats providing an opportunity to deepen aspects of Buddhist practice.

2019 – A Dharmic New Year

Wishing everyone a happy New Year full of practice and spiritual progress and friendship. This year the Melbourne Buddhist Centre will continue to offer the community a range of courses covering meditation and Buddhism as well as an opportunity to deepen our practice with day retreats and longer residential retreats. Looking forward to practicing with you in 2019.

All that we have to offer is through the generosity of our Sangha Community. Thanks to all your efforts, the MBC had a successful 2018 and can continue to bring the benefits of the Dharma to the people of Melbourne.

2019 MBC Calendar Ready to Download

Retreats in the first quarter of 2019, available for bookings

Upcoming Courses, Retreats and Events

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The Centre caters for visits from school groups, as well as providing speakers for schools and colleges. There is a well-stocked bookshop at the Centre, a reference and lending library of Buddhist books and  a DVD library of Buddhist films.The Triratna Buddhist Community is an organisation whose charter is to make available the teachings of the Buddha to people of all cultures and backgrounds. Our centre welcomes people of all races, nationalities and those from the lgbti community. We draw inspiration from all the great Buddhist schools to facilitate practice in a Western cultural context.