Nan Tien Temple is a well-known landmark in the suburb of Berkeley on the southern outskirts of Wollongong.  It is one of the branch temples of the Taiwanese Fo Guang Shan Buddhist order and one of the largest Buddhist temples in the southern hemisphere.

Nan Tien is a Chinese styled structure built using modern architectural techniques.  Set on a hillside with beautiful landscaped gardens it attracts thousands of people every year and is one of Wollongong’s top tourist attractions.  It hosts regular weekend retreats for people interested in Buddhism and Chinese culture which include classes in Tai Chi, calligraphy and meditation.

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Wollongong’s Nan Tien Temple