Sydney residents Narelle Grosser and her one-year-old son Oliver Brown did a circle of the peace stupa at the Crystal Castle this week, sending out peaceful vibes to the residents of the northern rivers.
The peace stupa is a sacred monument built by Tibetan monks to represent the process of enlightenment. The Crystal Castle stupa was built with the intention of restoring balance to the Earth in times of war, conflict and environmental destruction.
Ms Grosser said it had been a pleasure to visit the northern rivers region, and she was hoping to bring her family back next year to further explore and enjoy other attractions.
Until then, she and Oliver wished everyone a happy – and peaceful – new year celebration.