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Sri Venkateswara Temple, Helensburgh

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4.5/5 based on 20+ 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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  • 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 ...  read more »
  • I have visited this temple a couple of times with my children as an opportunity to give them a different religious cultural experience. The staff at the temple are very friendly and welcoming which ma...  read more »
  • Genuine Indian temple in the Australian bush. Carved stone facade with industrial style shed roofing. Lots of different shrines to view. 
  • 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 top Hindu temple of Australia. Has got spiritual power due to existance of all Hindu Gods. A must visit for everyone. Good canteen with affordable rates?
  • Very well maintained and established temple for Hindus. Equipped with its own function centre and canteen .Just a few minutes away from the tourist drive .The food service is run very professionally .The masala tea and Indian snacks will be a definite hit after a peaceful dharshan
  • 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
  • Food management very poor and too much waiting. Very unhygienic and all mess. All the money is spent in main building only, nothing for facilities. No photography allowed inside.
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