Canberra Saiva Temple is located in the suburb of Holt in Canberra, Australia and is the only Saiva temple of its kind in the ACT. It serves as a place of worship for those who follow the Saiva philosophy of Hinduism. The temple is a unique structure made of pink stone and marble with intricately carved pillars, a large statue of Lord Shiva and an imposing gopuram. Inside, there are several shrines dedicated to other Hindu gods and goddesses, such as Lord Ganesha, Lord Rama, and Lord Krishna. The temple regularly conducts a variety of religious and cultural activities and functions for members of the local Saiva community. It is a peaceful and uplifting place to visit, and is a great way to experience the Hindu culture first-hand.