Sangha Festival on the beach!

Sangha Festival on the beach!

Saturday 5 December 3:30pm – 8:30pm

Celebrate our wonderful spiritual community!

This year's Sangha festival will be held at Wahine Memorial Park on Tarakena Bay.. A Gazebo will be put up at 3:30pm. Please arrive any time from then—You can participate as fully as you want. There will be opportunities to swim, walk, lie around, eat, and do a Puja (ritual) on the beach.

Potluck dinner at 5:30pm

Please bring:

- VEGE food to share.
- Warm clothings
- Something to sit on

We will finish with a Puja at 7pm.

In the event of bad weather festival will be held at the Wellington Buddhist Centre.

DIRECTIONS - see below

CAR SHARE

If you need a ride or can provide lifts, please email us by 10am Saturday 5th on info@wellingtonbuddhistcentre.org or call/text 0274366659

Cars will be leaving around 3:30pm from the Wellington Buddhist Centre to go out to breaker bay.

More questions? Get in touch

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to be a Buddhist?

The festival is suitable for everyone, regardless of your religious beliefs.

I don't have a car. Can I get a lift?

If you need a ride or can provide lifts, please email us by 10am Saturday 5th on info@wellingtonbuddhistcentre.org or call/text 0274366659

Cars will be leaving around 3:30pm from the Wellington Buddhist Centre to go out to breaker bay.

Do I need to bring anything?

- Vege food to share.

- Warm clothing

- Something to sit on

How To Get Here

Travelling by Car

DIRECTIONS:
The address for Sangha Festival is:
Wahine Memorial Park
Breaker Bay Rd
Wellington
(on the small peninsula between Breaker Bay and Tarakena Bay).

If you are driving from the direction of the airport (heading east), drive past the south entrance to the airport, and along Moa Point Rd towards Breaker Bay. When you get to Tarakena Bay (the beach on your right) you will see the car park for Ataturk Memorial on your left, and the road now becomes Breaker Bay Rd. Keep driving along the coast and you will pass one car park on your right, then you will see a second car park on your right which will have a sign saying "Wahine Memorial Park" . Park here, and look out for the gazebo and prayer flags on the grassy area.