New Sri Chinmoy Peace-Blossom

Caversham Wildlife Park a haven for native Australian fauna near Perth, recently became the latest member of the Sri Chinmoy Peace-Blossom programme.


cavershamIn March 2013, the owners of the family-operated business David, Pat, David (Jr) and Debbie, generously hosted a ceremony for the dedication of Caversham wildlife park as Sri Chinmoy Peace-Blossom Wildlife park.

The ceremony featured students from Ellen Stirling Primary and the Riverlands Montessori school, who both sang at the event. The former performing a rendition of Sri Chinmoy’s song “O Make My Mind Tranquil and Calm”. Cr Patty Williams from the local council, City of Swan, gave a moving speech about the ideals of promoting peace in the local community.


The plaque includes an inscription

is proudly declared a
Sri Chinmoy Peace-Blossom Wildlife Park
Dedicated March 2013

May the beauty of the fauna and flora of Caversham Wildlife Park remind all who visit to reflect on peace in the world, and in themselves, for the benefit of humanity, and all creatures great and small.

“Peace means a flood of love in the world family.”

– Sri Chinmoy


Since 1986, many significant landmarks around the world have been dedicated to peace in this programme initiated by Sri Chinmoy. The Peace-Blossom program offers communities and individuals who hope for a more peaceful world a tangible opportunity to participate in this noble cause.



1 thought on “New Sri Chinmoy Peace-Blossom”

  1. This was a really an inspirational and motivational event for everyone. The staff were so nice, the children wonderful and the animals awesome. It was great to see everyone getting involved in peace.

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