The Buddhist Meditation Society was established in
December 2006 to cater for the people living in the
Northern part of Perth, Western Australia.

The Buddhist Meditation Society is situated in
Joondalup, which is in the northern part of Perth.

The Buddhist Meditation Society promotes
Theravada Tradition and follows closely to what The
Buddha has actually taught over 2600 years ago.

Website Established:
The Buddhist Meditation Society website was
set up on the 20th June 2009

    Tradition: Theravada
    Location: Perth/ECU Joondalup
                    Western Australia

    Buddhist Meditation Society Regular Activities: Joondalup
    Buddhist Meditation Society holds regular meditation sessions on every Tuesday from 7.00
    pm to 9.00pm, at Room 1.238, Building 1, Edith Cowan University.

    Tuesday Program - Shut down temporarily until end of May 2020 due to the
    spread of the Corona virus.

    Coming from any direction, please look for the building with tall spikes. There will
    be signs for direction. Parking is free after 5pm in the university campus.  Also,
    parking is free after 5pm on the Kendrew Cr. University has a very secure parking
    as the campus has the security patrol operating in the nights.

Free & Everyone is welcome!

"Impermanent are all conditioned things
Their nature it is to rise and pass away
When they have risen, then again they cease.
Happiness lies in the tranquillising of them."

~ Buddha - S.I: 158 (Samyutta Nikaya) ~
Walking Meditation
7:00 PM
7:30 PM
Sitting Meditation
7:30 PM
8:00 PM
8:00 PM
8:30 PM
Tea and Biscuits
8:30 PM
9:00 PM
Buddhist Meditation Society
Joondalup - Perth - Western Australia

The closure of the BMS Tuesday night meditation sessions will
extended to the end of August 2020, as BMS unfortunately
could not provide
adequate spacing for seatings. BMS will
review the closure accordingly in

Meanwhile, there are talks on every Tuesday on the BMS
Facebook website.

Take care and stay safe.

"The Need of Others" U Zor Hane
ShweDagon Pagoda, Yangon, Myanmar