Buddhist Migrants are welcome to Perth and Australia

Perth celebrates Buddha’s Birthday and Buddhist in Perth celebrate this important event in the Buddhist calendar

There are many Buddhist temples in Perth here is a list of a few.

  1. Buddhist Temple, Herne Hill, WA
  2. Hayagriva Buddhist Centre, Kensington, WA
  3. Fo Guang Shan Buddhist Temples WA, Maylands WA

Buddhism is a important global religion, with its roots in India, this religion has spread throughout Asia.  Australia has many Buddhist’s and also it should be noted that many Australian’s of European have become Buddhists and there is no suburb of Perth that does not have Buddhists living in it.

Buddhist’s have come to Australia from India, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Tibet, Nepal, Myanmar, China, Japan, and Britain to name just a few countries of their ancestry.

Australia is multi-cultural and multi fait country where everyone is welcome provided they respect each other values and privacy.

If you are Buddhist and planning to visit or live in Australia then please fell to contact us for more information. We will be happy to get you in touch with the right migration agent to give you advice on the best migration pathway for you.

The first big wave of Buddhist to arrive in Australia were Vietnamese and this group is by far the biggest single group of Buddhist living in Australia.

Many Buddhist monks visited Australia including the Dalia lama, who now resides in India due to the Chinese takeover of Tibet, but it was not until the 1970s that a resident monk (named Venerable Somaloka) arrived from Sri Lanka and helped establish Buddhism in Australia, his presence and hard work helped the growth of conversions to Buddhism in Australia.

Sri Lanka has a majority Buddhist population and live in relative harmony with Muslims, Hindus and Christians neighbours..