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DAISY HILL WELL-BEING AND MINDFULNESS EXPERIENCE

Explore the scenic heights of Daisy Hill, with a tranquil morning of YOGA, a visit to some sleepy koalas and some meditation over a traditional tea ceremony at the Chung Tian Temple.

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Destination 1: For the Folk Yoga - Daisy Hill Conservation Park - 1.5 Hours

Stop in at local favourite, St Coco’s Café at the Daisy Hill Shopping Centre, to pick up a morning heart starter before heading to the beautiful Daisy Hill Conservation Park to stretch and strengthen with ‘For the Folk Yoga’.

Cost: $5.00 session in Daisy Hill Conservation Park on the first Sunday of every month

Time: 9:00am – 10:00am

Additional Information: 

  • Bookings essential. 
  • BYO Yoga mat or towel, insect repellent and sunscreen. Please respect social distancing and personal hygiene requirements.
  • All ages and abilities welcomed.

Visit website for more details about For the Folk Yoga:

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Destination 2: Daisy Hill Koala Conservation Centre - 45 Minutes

The Koala Conservation Centre is home to five of our precious koala’s. Spend some time with our sleepy friends and explore some of the things we can do to help protect our treasured bears.

Cost: Free

Opening Hours: 10am – 3:00pm 

Additional Information: Accessible ramps in all areas

Monk walking at Chung Tian Temple

Destination 3: Chung Tian Temple - 2 Hours

Listed as one of the 10 top destinations in the Greater Brisbane region, the Chung Tian Temple is located between tranquil Underwood Park and the Daisy Hill Conservation Park in nearby Priestdale. Through a pre-booked guided tour, you can explore the temple before settling in with a traditional tea master who will take you through the sensory and meditative experience of a tea ceremony.

From the striking multi-storey traditional Chinese pagoda with three halls of worship, a museum full of ornate Chinese artworks and artifacts, a Lotus Treasury Room where mirrors are thought to reflect the Buddha-nature of those who look into them, and the Waterdrop Teahouse where visitors can enjoy something to eat and drink, there is much to be discovered at the Chung Tian Temple. 

Cost: Free (donations appreciated)

Tours and Tea Ceremonies: Tues – Fri mornings

Opening Hours: 10am – 3:00pm 

Additional Information:

  • Ensure to book a few weeks in advance to ensure availability. 
  • Tea ceremonies require groups of 8 or more people
  • Individuals and smaller groups may visit the Temple without a guide and without making a booking. The Temple is open Tuesday to Sunday from 9am until 5pm.
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