Freemasons South Australia and the Northern Territory.
Freemasons are ordinary Australians who care for our community and believe that a shared set of values helps make better people.
There is a reason why your grandfather, father or uncle was a member and why there are tens of thousands of members in Australia today. Freemasonry holds many rich traditions dating back centuries, together with a moral code. It is still relevant today, as being a good bloke never goes out of fashion.
What do Freemasons Do?
What do Freemasons Do? Every Freemason is a member of a lodge (also known as a ‘blue lodge’ or ‘craft lodge’) which generally meets once a month in a Masonic Hall.
Become a Freemason
If you are a resident of South Australia or the Northern Territory, of good character, believe in a God or Supreme Being and are 18 years or older, then you may qualify to join the Freemasons of SA & NT.
Freemasons Hall is the ideal venue for a number of different funtions. From the iconic marbled foyer and elegant staircase, the large and impressive Great Hall at Ground Level to the Sam Jacobs function room.
Charity is found at the heart of Freemasonry, with members actively involved helping those in need since the craft started.
Research and Study
The Masonic Learning Committee (MLC) seeks to develop sustainable a ‘bottom up’ Masonic Learning framework aimed at providing individualized, specialised programs of learning.
According to the legends contained in the rituals of Freemasonry, the Masonic fraternity dates back to the construction of the Temple of King Solomon as described in the Bible.