Sri Venkateswara Temple Helensburgh Sydney Hindu temple

sri venkateswara temple helensburgh

Sri Venkateswara Temple, Helensburgh Sydney Hindu temple Timings. Sri Venkateswara Lord balaji temple in Helensburgh NSW in Australia’s first hindu temple. it built in the tradtional sytle of hindu temple architecture.

Sri Venkateswara Swamy Temple Helensburgh Timings

The Sri Venkatswara Temple exhibits the traditional style of Indian architecture, creating a unique and beautiful cultural jewel in Helensburgh. Helensburgh Lord balaji temple is built on top of a hilly area 400 feet above sea level. Sri Venkateswara temple is of significance for the local area for historical, aesthetic, social and reasons of rarity and representativeness.

Sydney Lord Balaji Temple Timings

Helensburgh is located on the route of Grand Pacific Drive Sydney to Wollongong and beyond, a 140 kilometre scenic coastal drive. Lord balajii temple in australia is about 40 km south of Sydney on the way to Wollongong, about 1 hour drive from Sydney. The Hindus visit here for worshiping Lord Venkatswara, Goddess Lakshmi, Durga Mata and other Gods. The Sri Venkateswara Temple Association was formed on 17th November 1978 in Sydney. The Temple has been functioning since 1985. Whilst it serves as a major religious and sacred place for Hindus living in and visiting Australia, many non-Hindu visitors and tourists are also attracted due to the unique Hindu Temple architectural significance of the buildings and their iconic cultural status.

Significance:

The building is a rare example of Hindu temple architecture in Illawarra, based on traditional Hindu temple guidelines. The temple is in continuous use for over 20 years and is important for the local community that congregates to it. The temple building, located in the bush setting, is a local landmark.

Sri Venkateswara temple is of significance for the local area for historical, aesthetic, social and reasons of rarity and representativeness. As per the saying ‘Gopura Darisanam Kodi Punyam’…meaning the sight of a Temple tower is worth 10 million pious activities!! Hence it should be the first object visible to us whenever we approach any temple.

 Sri Venkateswara Temple Helensburgh

So the construction of the Rajagopuram forms a very important aspect of the construction of a Hindu temple. Our temple, being a Siva Vishnu Temple, will have two Rajagopurams. many non-Hindu visitors and tourists are also attracted due to the unique Hindu Temple architectural significance of the buildings and their iconic cultural status.

Sri Venkateswara Helensburgh Hindu Temple Timings

Monday Morning Hours 8:00 am to 12:00 pm
Monday Evening 4:00 Pm to 7:00pm
Tuesday Morning Hours 8:00 am to 12:00 pm
Tuesday Evening 4:00 Pm to 7:00pm
Wednusday Morning Hours 8:00 am to 12:00 pm
Wednusday Evening 4:00 Pm to 7:00pm
Thrusday Morning Hours 8:00 am to 12:00 pm
Thrusday Evening 4:00 Pm to 7:00pm
Friday Morning Hours 8:00 am to 12:00 pm
Friday Evening 4:00 Pm to 7:00pm
Saturday Morning 8:00am to Evening 7:00pm
Sunday Morning 8:00am to Evening 7:00pm
Public Holidays Morning 8:00am to Evening 7:00pm

Sri Venkateswara Temple Canteen Timings

Canteen will be opend from Morning 10am to Evening 4pm
Friday: Morning 10am to Evening 4pm
Saturday : Morning 10am to Evening 4pm
Sunday: Morning 10am to Evening 4pm
Public Holidays: Morning 10am to Evening 4pm

 Sri Venkateswara Temple Helensburgh hindu temple

The temple opens at 9 AM and is closed at 7 PM. During this period rituals of Lord Venkateswara are performed. Archana and Aarti are the daily rituals performed in this temple.

How to Reach Lord Balaji Helensburgh Temple

You can also reach here very easily in the same time by a train from Sydney (Central or Redfern Station) enjoying the beautiful natural scenery. There is a good convenient connection by a public Bus to the temple. There is a huge car parking space in the compound of the temple.
Helensburgh station (5.3 km) is present nearer to the temple.
Sydney Airport (43 KM) is present nearer to the temple.

TTD Role:

The Sri Venkateswara Temple Association was formed on 17th November 1978 in Sydney. Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam board undertaking many temples, developing on its way. The Mahakumbhabhishekam (consecration of the temple by sacred waters) of the Lord Ganapathi ( Sri Varasiddhi Vinayagar) and the Main temple of Sri Venkateswara, Sri Maha Lakshmi and Sri Andal took place on 30th June, 1985 with ample good will and support from a very wide circle of devotees both in Australia and abroad.TTD Released all festival scheduled dates as per hindu calendar. The Tirupathi Tirumala Devasthanam was helpful by giving us both encouragement and financial help.

Sri Venkateswara Swamy Helensburgh Garland Donation Online

Garlands that adorn the deities at SVT are prepared in-house by a dedicated team of volunteers, who have mastered the craft of Garland making over the years. These floral arrangements can be sponsored as “Pushpa Seva” (Floral Offering) to the deity of your choice, for any day during the year. It could be on the occasion of a special day (for example, birthday, wedding day..etc) in your family. You can now make your garlands donations to SVT Sydney

Note: Temples are places of community worship, but unlike other major religions, there is no common prayer or prayer time. Often simultaneous ceremonies and proceedings take place. Individuals or families can arrange for private pujas or ceremonies. Before entering a temple, there is certain etiquette that one needs to be aware of. Some of these are based on beliefs and some on ancient customs.

Reviews:

Sir Venkateshwara Hindu temple.The place is so quiet,pious,sacred with extra-ordinarility built,maintained,well planned with main Lord Venkareshwara and almost all Hindu gods-goddess temple at one place imparts utmost satisfaction to devotees and peace of mind and soul.all hindu devotees must visit this place while around Sydney and be satisfied internally. Krishna Prasad – Associate Manager,KUI

Contact Information: contactus@svtsydney.org
Helpdesk: +61 2 4207 5002
Address: 1 Temple Road Helensburgh, NSW, Australia 2508

The Secretary, Sri Venkateswara Temple
PO Box No. 348, Temple Road, Helensburgh
NSW-2508 Australia
Phone : 02-4207 5002
Email: enquiry@svtsydney.org,

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