Avatar’s Abode is a 99-acre property of great natural beauty, on the summit of Kiel Mountain near Woombye on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast. It has a panoramic view of the ocean to the east and over valleys, farmlands and rolling blue hills to the west. The moderate, sub-tropical climate favors lush plant growth.
The property is the home of hundreds of species of Australian plants and much of Avatar’s Abode remains natural bushland. It is the habitat for many native birds and animals including wallabies, kookaburras, lorikeets, magpies, koalas, and bush turkeys. Meher Baba visited Avatar’s Abode in 1958. By his wish, Avatar’s Abode is preserved as a place of pilgrimage, a priceless treasure for generations to come.