Sri Venkateswara Temple

Temple Rd, HELENSBURGH, NSW (2508)
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HELENSBURGH is one of the famous abodes of Lord Venkateswara in the southern hemisphere and is held in veneration by all his devotees.
The temple is built on top of a hilly area 400 feet above sea level. The temple has four 'praharam' (encircling corridors). There is also a road for motor vehicles to reach the temple.
•  Lord Venkateswara
•  Goddess Mahalakshmi
•  Lord Chandramouleeswarar
•  Goddess Thripurasundari
•  Lord Ganesh
•  Lord Subrahmanya
•  Lord Navagraha
•  Goddess Durgambika
•  Lord Rama
•  Goddess Andal
•  Lord Krishna
•  Lord Brahma
•  Lord Hanuman
•  Lord Garuda
•  Lord Sudharsana
•  Lord Viswakshena
•  Lord Dhakshinamurthy
•  Lord Chandikesa
How to get there?
Helensburgh is about 40 km south of Sydney Central (CBD) on the way to Wollongong. It is a pleasant an hour drive from most parts of Sydney. Plenty of free car parking is available at the temple.
By Train: Take the train from Central Station to Wollongong and get off at Helensburgh Railway Station. From there it is about 2 km to the temple. Buses leave from Helensburgh Railway Station every hour from 9.00 am till 4.00 pm.
By Road: The Temple is located off the Freeway (F1) to Wollongong. Please ensure to take the Helensburgh Exit.
All general correspondence should be addressed to:
The Secretary, Sri Venkateswara Temple 
PO Box No. 348, Temple Road, Helensburgh 
NSW-2508 Australia 
Phone : (02)-4294-3224 or Email: 
SVT Canteen
The canteen is managed by volunteers and all proceeds go to the maintenance and projects related to  SV Temple only.   You can either Eat-in or Take-away
Hours of Operation: 10am - 4pm on Sat/Sun and Public Holidays (On Ganesh Visarjan and 1st Jan : 8am – 6pm)
Any other special functions - Please refer temple website/communications from temple.

Sri Venkateswara Temple is located at Temple Rd, NSW - 2508, Australia. You can contact this listing via this phone number: (02) 4294 9233.

Temple Rd ,HELENSBURGH , NSW (2508)

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8am to 12pm and then 4pm to 7pm (Mon-Fri)

8am to 7pm (Sat/Sun and Public Holidays)
Note: Temple will remain closed between 12 noon and 4pm (Mon-Fri)
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