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Buddha House
Centre for Advanced Buddhist Studies Inc
Tel (08) 8333 2824


1 Fisher St, Tusmore
PO Box 434, Glenside, 5065, South Australia

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Buddha House is affiliated with the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition (FPMTFPMT).
Buddha House


Buddha House

is a centre for Buddhist study and meditation, located in the suburbs of Adelaide, South Australia.

We are are an entirely volunteer run organization without any paid staff. All fees are used to support course offerings. We have a wide-ranging program from Learn to Meditate classes for beginners, to advanced classes on Buddhist philosophy and practice.


 Buddha House provides

  • Authentic teachings by Tibetan Buddhist practitioners who have received their education at Sera Je Monastic University (India). This provides us with the unique opportunity to be a part of an unbroken lineage of spiritual teachings.
  • A vehicle for people to engage in compassionate action toward others.
  • An environment where the real issues in our lives and in society can be looked at and acted upon - where theory and practice can be brought together and nurtured as a living whole.

Our Centre is presently located at 1 Fisher Street, Tusmore, (in the Masonic Hall).



Join us...



"Sunday Talks" with Geshe Konchog Kyab at 11:00am
followed by a Shared Lunch at 12:30pm
Join us as we farewell the old Buddha House.
(Please bring a plate of vegetarian food to share.)




16 January 2016

in the

The new Buddha House, MagillThe New Buddha House

496 Magill Road,

Magill 5072.

In February 2016 Buddha House was successful in our bid for a new property – a beautiful 152 year old bluestone church with extensive rooms and a big hall which we will be able to adapt to our growing needs. Situated at 496 Magill Road, Magill, the site will fulfil our altruistic purpose of making the precious Buddha Dharma accessible to many for a very long time to come.

The New Buddha House is in need of a lot of heritage renovation prior to us moving in, later in the year. The volunteers are working joyfully and tirelessly but re-wiring needs to be done and materials still need to be bought to have the renovations completed by December.

If you're into the promotion of peace, happiness, kindness and compassion, hopefully you're also into generosity and can give a little to help with the renovations.


Visit our GoFundMe page now!




Our Spiritual Guides

For more information please click the links below
Lama Zopa RinpocheLama Zopa Rinpoche The Dalai LamaThe Dalai Lama Lama Thubten YesheLama Thubten Yeshe

Geshe Konchog Kyab

Geshe Konchog KyabBuddha House welcomes Geshe Kyab to Buddha House. Geshe-la teaches in English, is making his first visit to Australia and we welcome him to the Buddha House community.

Geshe Konchog Kyab was born in 1961 in Sikkim in the Himalayan region of East India, where his parents had sought asylum after fleeing Tibet to escape the Chinese occupation in 1959. When he was 12 years old, Geshe Kyab joined the Sera-Je Monastery located in the Karnataka State of South India. The original Sera was one of the three Great Monasteries in Tibet.

A few years after entering Sera-Je, Geshe Kyab became a Novice monk. He followed his teachings carefully by memorizing, studying and debating the five major texts of Tibetan Buddhism. When he was 22 years old, he took full ordination.

In 1993, Geshe Kyab passed his Geshe Examination from Sera-Je Monastery University. The degree of Geshe is the highest monastery degree, equivalent to a Doctorate in Philosophy from Western Universities. After that, Geshe la went to Gyumed Tantric College studying the precepts of Tantra.

In 1994, Geshe Kyab returned to Sera-Je Monastery where he taught his disciples. In 1996, he was elected as Discipline Master of Tehore Khamtsen House of Sera-Je, which has 1300 monks. In 1998, Geshe la left his Monastery and traveled to Switzerland, Germany and Austria for one year.

Geshe Kyab was invited to Tubten Kunga Center in Florida by Lama Zopa Rinpoche in 2000 where he has been the resident teacher for the past 15 years.


Sunday Talks with Geshe Kyab

December 4, 11 & 18
11:00am - 12:30pm followed by a shared lunch.



Three Principal Aspects of the Path

Tuesdays, 7:15pm
Everyone Welcome


Seven-Point Thought Transformation

Thursdays, 7:15pm
Everyone Welcome




Resident Teacher Venerable Thubten Dondrub

Dondrub 12 July 2013 First Wheel TurningVenerable Dondrub is presently in retreat at our sister centre De-Tong Ling Retreat Centre on Kangaroo Island.

Venerable Dondrub is an Adelaide born, well qualified and popular teacher in the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition. He obtained his gelong ordination from our Spiritual Director, Lama Zopa Rinpoche in 1979. Buddha House students will know him as the leader of Lam Rim retreats at De-Tong Ling on Kangaroo Island, and from the month long November course at Kopan which he has led eight times.

Read more about Venerable Dondrub on the FPMT website.



Meditation Classes

Meditation at Buddha House

Learn to Meditatepainted Buddha

Monday 6pm -7pm

Tuesday 6pm -7pm

by donation

Healing Meditation

Thursday 10:30-11:30am

by donation

Lam Rim Meditation

Thursday 6-7pm

Sunday 9-10am

Facility Fee: $8, concession & members $5.

Guided Meditation

Wednesday 10:15-11:15am

Facility Fee: $8, concession & members $5.

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Public Transport Information

Buses: 100, 147,144

Get off at bus stop 9 Portrush Rd. 

Get off at bus stop 10 on Greenhill Rd

Visit the Adelaide Metro website for more information & timetables


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