Hillwood Road Meditation Skills Centre

Landmarks and Buildings

Not just for meditators, this is a place where anyone is welcome to drop in to enjoy the views, ask for advice or just have a good conversation. The centre is beside a creek and surrounded by hobby farms in the quiet beauty of North East Tasmania. The building was once an apple shed and the original beams and weatherboards can still be seen. The decor includes apple memorabilia and a three metre high apple mandala.
You are welcome to make yourself a cuppa, browse the bookshelf, have a chat with our friendly host or just have some time to yourself. There is a quiet time from 11:00 to 11:30 am for those who wish to meditate. There is no entry fee, but we ask for $5 or $10 if you participate in a facilitated meditation. For a fee, you can arrange to have a guided tour or a private session for counselling, deep-state therapy or tuition.
We also offer retreats nearby. Make it a complete spiritual getaway by spending a few nights in Hillwood and attending a combination of sessions for stress management or spiritual growth. A program can be tailor-made for you or your group. See our website.

Facilities

Australian Tourism Accreditation Carpark Non Smoking Picnic Area Public Toilet Wheelchair access

Rates

Free Entry

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