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Sri Venkateswara Temple, Helensburgh
(4.4/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
Two large temples, one dedicated to Sri Venkateswara (Lord Vishnu), with Sri Devi (Mahalakshmi) and Boo Devi (Sri Andal) and the other temple dedicated to Shiva/Parvathi (Sri Chandramoulishwarar & Sri Tripurasundari), along with Sri Ganesa & Sri Subramanya.
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  • Religious place to be with the family, very peaceful place relaxed good to see a Hindu temple in the region. 
  • We were doing a day trip on the South Coast (Wollongong) and decided to stop by on the way back to Sydney. According to heir website the temple closes from 12-4pm, so is better to check the opening ho...  more »
  • We have visited today and was the best of all visits as we could pray without any rush and spend time at temple as there were literally no devotees due to time being 1pm. One can forget all issues in ...  more »
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  • Feedback on PATRONS visiting Canteen. Patrons who visit Canteen need to be patience also would appreciate if they can understand that Canteen run by volunteers . Volunteers would appreciate if patrons don't absue them also don't think that they are getting paid. Also you have to understand all food are prepared freshly so it will take time. Volunteers try their best to accomodate your requests however in certain situation they are unable to. When it is busy your patience is much appreciated, also by yelling infront of others doesn't motivate volunteers.
  • Quiet tranquil location and a nice drive from Sydney via Royal National park! Excellent, no profit food services, just make sure you check the timing of temple and good services. One very imp. thing- if you wish to donate please use donation boxes instead of handing money to a pujari. You know what I mean.
  • One of the great Hindu temple in peaceful environment with excellent management for essentials in pilgrimage, it offers the environment as our Hindu village temple in own country even we are in thousands of mile far from our home and country.
  • Good temple. speaking of food, its really nice. bit pricy.
  • Wonderful and had very good Darshan. Nice memories.