Khmer Krom Buddhist Monastery of South Australia Inc was first established in 2005. The first temple was located a rented rural home in Waterloo Corner, South Australia, with one monk in residence.
Generous contributions from Khmer Krom individuals and friends, the temple is able to acquire a section of the old Adelaide Equestrian centre at Lot 96, Symes Road, Waterloo Corner.
Although the building and facilities are run down, Khmer Krom people have joined hands to renovate and build this place to become a place of worship, centre for education and a place where Khmer Krom can celebrate our culture festivals and ceremonies.
The temple now has two permanent resident Monks. We also have monks from Cambodia, Melbourne and other states to come for visit and stay for a period of time.