Hayagriva Buddhist Centre is a Mahayana Tibetan Buddhist centre in Perth, Western Australia, affiliated with FPMT.

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Visit the centre during office hours 10am – 2pm Mon to Sat*

*Centre opening hours are subject to volunteer availability. Please phone to confirm.

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Events coming up…

New Tuesday Evening Program Starts 28 Mar 2017

A new five-year long program to help students more deeply understand and integrate the teachings into their daily life will start at the end of the month when we adapt FPMT International's Basic Program to local conditions. It is a practice-orientated, up to 12-subject course for students who want to proceed beyond foundation level study. It consists of lectures by Geshe Sonam, a discussion group, homework and tests to help students gain an in-depth understanding of the dharma. The first subject over 12 weeks will be the famous text on karma, The Wheel of Sharp Weapons.

If students are to commit to the five-year program, there are four requirements:

  1. They are required to do weekly homework
  2. Attend the weekly class, and or listen to the recording of the teaching.
  3. Take the test at the end of the subject.
  4. Attend the three-month Lam Rim retreat.

They are also expected to attend a weekly one-hour discussion group on each class.

Please reply to Susan di Bona at spc@hayagriva.org.au by Sun 26 March if you wish to commit to the five-year course.


Attendance at Basic Program is by donation.

Note: Students can still attend the Tues night teachings without taking part in the Basic Program.


Wheel of Life Workshop - Coping with Pain
2pm 8 April 2017

Pain is a word that means a lot of things. Physical pain, grief, loss, fear, separation, dependence are all very painful ... and in the end there is not a lot about dying that doesn’t involve suffering. This session aims to explore the subject in more depth and how our anxiety deepens and prolongs our suffering. It includes a look at the drugs that reduce pain and their side effects. Bring your stories and your questions and leave feeling a little more hopeful
By donation
All welcome