Dana at Patacara Bhikkhuni Hermitage

Welcome to Patacara Bhikkhuni Hermitage at No. 4 Ives Close Samson 6163 WA.

If you wish to offer dana at Patacara Bhikkhuni Hermitage, please email patacara.dana@gmail.com and book a day that suits you. You can either come alone or with family and/or friends.

When you come to offer dana, please prepare food for at least two people. Kindly note that there will be no cooking of rice or preparation of food at the Hermitage. Please bring your own cutlery, cups, bowls, plates as needed and all washing up will be done at home to reduce water consumption here at the Hermitage.

When parking at the Hermitage, please be considerate to avoid inconveniencing our neighbours. If no parking is available on site, please park on the verge at Sir Frederick Samson Park and walk to the Hermitage. If necessary, drop dana off before parking. Public toilets are available at the park, close to Sellenger Road.

Please follow any current government COVID regulations, and do stay home if you are feeling unwell for any reason and make alternative dana arrangements.  Please observe good hygiene practices at all times.

If you wish to contact Ayya Seri, you can message her at +61 459 471 047. Please be aware that she might not reply immediately. If you wish to speak to her directly, you can call her between 5.30pm to 7pm daily, except on Wednesdays and during retreats.

Thank you and we look forward to seeing you at Patacara Bhikkhuni Hermitage.

Daily Dana

1. 10.15 – 10:30am         Supporters arrive and proceed to set-up.

                                              There are no facilities to cook and prepare food at the


2. 10.30 – 11.00am          Offering of Dana

                                               Chanting and offering of the Three Refuges and the Five

                                               Precepts, followed by a short reflection, Blessings and

                                               Sharing of Merits.

3. 11.00am -12.00pm      Dana

4. 12.00 – 12.30pm          Dana may be followed by a short discussion if needed.