Marian Valley is all About
Jesus is the most important Person here in Marian Valley. He is the source of Grace and prayers, praise and adoration lead to Him.
Marian Valley is a sacred place. It has been established to honour the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of God. It is a Shrine to which pilgrims come for Holy Mass, for the Sacrament of Reconciliation, to be a part of Eucharistic Adoration, to join in Eucharistic Processions, the Rosary, Devotions, Reflection, Retreats - indeed everything that leads to Spiritual Renewal and conversion.
Each year thousands of pilgrims visit the Shrine. Our Lady invites all to pray and helps us to bring Christ to our world as she did.
The Shrine was opened and blessed on 10th of December 1995 by Bishop Eugene Cuskelly, MSC (Auxiliary Bishop of Brisbane Archdiocese) and is under the care of the monks of the Order of St. Paul the First Hermit (the Pauline Fathers).
At Marian Valley we observe many Feast days in honour of Our Lord and the Blessed Mother. Various ethnic communities celebrate their annual pilgrimage days with their religious and cultural traditions.
The Blank Madonna Chapel
The Blank Madonna Chapel is the main chapel at the Shrine in which a true copy of the miraculous Icon of Our Lady of Czestochowa (Poland) is venerated.
A place to experience solitude, prayer and spiritual renewal.
Accommodation (self-contained) available for small groups, couples, families and individuals.
Exposition of the Most Blessed Sacrament, Monday though Friday.
We pray here especially for peace in the world, our beloved country Australia, the Church, Vocations to the Priesthood and Religious life, our Archdiocese, the Pauline Fathers' ministry at the Shrine, and for the intentions of every pilgrim.
Stations of the Cross
The magnificent life-sized Stations of the Cross enrich the natural beauty of Marian Valley opening our hearts to even greater gifts of God's grace in our daily lives.
Chapels and Shrines throughout Marian Valley
There are more than twenty beautiful chapels throughout Marian Valley donated by generous benefactors including different ethnic communities. Many of the were assisted in the construction by Marian Valley volunteers. All who contributed to the presence of these chapels give witness to the fatih, devotion and love for God and for Our Lady.