Mata Chintapurni Mandir

St. Albans

Welcome to the Mata Chintapurni Mandir St Albans. Established in 2011, the Hindu temple serves as a welfare organisation to the Melbourne community.


About Us!

Mata Chintapurni Mandir

Established in 2011, the Mata Chintapurni Arts/Education and Cultural Centre was started due to the need of the growing Indian community to both have a place of worship and also a place to congregate to engage in Indian events and activities.
The organisation is not only a temple, but a community centre which facilitates health activities (free yoga and free meals), Indian events (Holi, Diwali and many more) and also a centre where young and old members of the community can congregate to learn about Hinduism. In 2020 the centre shifted to its new location at 4 Charles St St Albans. The aim is to transform this centre in to a devotional hub for the Hindu community.
The centre is located less than 1km from Keilor Planes train station (within 10 minutes walking distance).

Temple Tour

The current temple timings are as following
10am-12pm and 6pm-7pm Monday - Sunday