Built by the State Bank of Australia as a staff college in 1972, the building received the Victorian Architectural Medal by the Royal Australian Institute of Architects in 1978.
The creativity, in the early 1970’s, of the architects Daryl Jackson and Evan Walker, meant the design of an outstanding building which has stood the test of time. Today it is still a magnificent building and suits the purpose of the Brahma Kumaris very well.
Its floor to ceiling windows gives an inside outside look which brings visitors immediately into the tranquillity of the Australian bush and the inner peace of the teachings of the Brahma Kumaris.
In 1996, it was opened as the Brahma Kumaris Centre for Spiritual Learning. Set in 22 acres of native bush including a lake, it has a special atmosphere for reflection. Its tranquil environment is felt immediately you come through the gates.