The tradition of Mikvah and the laws of Family Purity are central to Jewish life. Discover more about the tradition that can become a rich and fulfilling part of your marriage.
Opening Hours and Tours
The Mikvah is open by appointment only.
If you would like to use the Mikvah, or would like a tour please Contact us and Rebbetzin Chasia Feldman will assist you in making an appointment and guide you through the process. 
Mikvah Chaya Mushka

The laws of family purity and Mikvah create the holiness of the marital relationship. Shouldn’t you know more about something that can be such a fulfilling and rewarding part of the Jewish family life? Feel free to browse our site to uncover the secret depths of Mikvah and discover the spiritual significance behind the mitzvah, bringing the essence of Mikvah to life.

Mikvah is a very special Mitzvah unique to the Jewish women. Open to all Jewish women regardless of background, affiliation, level of observance, or personal religious viewpoint – all are welcome!

In Canberra, the Mikvah was named "Mikvah Chaya Mushka" in memory of Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka Schneersohn OBM, wife of the Lubavitcher Rebbe.

The Mikvah was established by Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch Australia, under the auspices of Rabbi Aaron Serebryanki and built under the direction of Rabbi Dan Avital, through the generosity of Melbourne based Jewish philanthropist Reb Eliezer (Eric) Kornhauser.

Mikvah Chaya Mushka is under the Rabbinical supervision of Rabbi Shmueli Feldman who mastered the complex laws of Mikvah in his post Rabbinic studies.

Every visit by the Jewish women to the Mikvah is guided and supervised by Rebbetzin Chasia Feldman who is a trained expert in Mikvah supervision and in the laws of Jewish family purity. 

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