Nestled within the Dharug National Park, Wat Buddhadhamma's 90 hectares are virtually indistinguishable from the beautiful bush-land that surrounds it. The Wat welcomes all those interested in Buddhist meditation. It is a centre for the development and practice of skilful living, calm and insight, and for loving-kindness.
Wat Buddha Dhamma strives to be an environmentally conscious facility. In addition to the use of solar power and rain water, the Wat is also committed to simplicity, including the reuse and recycling of as much material as possible. Being independent of mains electricity, power at the Wat is derived from a mixture of solar, gas and wood fire.
Wat Buddhadhamma is an affiliated Associated Monastery