To create a spiritual garden on the Sari Club site for persons to reflect upon and acknowledge the terrorist attack on October 12th 2002, along with all acts of terror worldwide. To help build a future without fear by promoting tolerance, understanding and freedom for generations to come, irrespective of nationality, culture, religious belief or race.
The Bali Peace Park Assoc. is a not for profit group established in Perth, Western Australia in 2008.
Our aim is to build a Peace Park on the site of the former Sari Club in Kuta, Bali which was destroyed by a terrorist car bomb on October 12, 2002 killing hundreds of people and injuring many more.
The objective of the Park is to complement the existing memorial site, by providing a sanctuary away from the busy streets of Kuta, so that people from all over the world can visit the park to pay their respects to those killed in the 2002 bombing, as well as pray for a more peaceful and tolerant world.
We aim to achieve this by raising $3 Million to pay for the land and the building of the park which has been designed by internationally acclaimed architects Wijaya Tribwana International.
If you would like to help us achieve our goal please click on the Donate button to make a donation to this important project.
We have had an overwhelming amount of support from many people worldwide and will require fundraising and sponsorship to purchase the land and make the park a reality.
The success of the Bali Peace Park relies solely on donations and sponsorships. We appreciate all support that is given to us.
We thank you for taking the time to view our site and hope that you will join with us and the rest of the world in moving forward with a peaceful stand against terrorism while acknowledging the events of the past.
Our Indonesian patron is Bali Governor Bapak Made Mangku Pastika. As the former Bali police chief he spearheaded the successful investigation of the 2002 bombings and subsequent capture of the terrorists.
BPPAI Community Liaison Officer Djinaldi Gosana has enjoyed a distinguished career in Bali’s tourism and hospitality sectors, after studying and training in Indonesia and Europe. He has been Executive Director of the Bali Hotels Association for seven years and is well known for innovative community engagement. He supports corporate social responsibility and believes the peace park project will strengthen Bali’s spiritual tourism.
Our Australian patron is Dr Fiona Wood. The former Australian of the Year headed up a team of Western Australian doctors who treated the burns victims of the 2002 bombings.
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