Welcome To Unity Lodge
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New Project Planning
Our Piper And Haggis
Unity Lodge tests visitors
New Festive Board Area
Old Festive Board Area
Our 2018-19 Officers
What Freemasonry Means To Us.
Being a Free Mason means that we strive to live our lives 'on the level' with everyone. It also means that we do our utmost to deal 'on the square' with those around us. This means that you don't just tolerate diversity but that we will do our best to embrace it.
We feel that Masonic wisdom is as revelant in modern society as it was in the time of King Solomon. The world is evolving at an ever increasing pace and we believe we have much to offer men of good character wishing to become actively involved in securing a safe and moral environment.
- Originally consecrated as Unity Lodge No. 1236 S.C. on 16th. July, 1920
- Re-consecrated as Unity Lodge 300, U.G.L.Q. on 20th. March, 1925
- Foundation Master becomes the first District Grand Master of North Queensland
- Subsequently becomes Grand Master of Queensland for a record term
- Foundation member Sir Arthur Fadden serves as 13th Prime Minister of Australia
Freemasonry accepts men of all faiths.
We strive to make good men better
All Masonic meetings throughout the
district of North Queensland are cancelled
until further notice.
Click the link below to view Lodge Meetings throuhout Queensland.THE DENNIS JOHNSON VISITATION LIST
Click this link to view Lodge Meetings throuhout Queensland on Facebook.THE DENNIS JOHNSON VISITATION LIST
All Lodge activities are in abeyance.
Brethren, when Masonic activities in the District.
resume after the corona vinus restrictions
Townsville Lodges will meet at 50 Ingham Road
with acess through the Church Street entrance.
Full time University students are invited to enquire about our reduced membership fees by enquiring through our contact page on this web site.
Unity Lodge adopts a new logo.
Unity Lodge Members are happy to announce the adoption of a new Lodge Logo to be used on our letter head and Meeting notices. Many Masons in the District of North Queensland will recoginise that the new logo incorporates our old logo - which has stood the test of time having appeared on our Installation cards at least as far back as 1950 - and that of Balmoral Lodge.
The original Logo may be seen in our Gallery2 page of this web site showing place mats at Wor. Bro. Pollock's Installation in 1950.
Unity Lodge Members wish to acknowledge the work done by one of our new Fellowcraft Members, Bro. Yague, in bringing us this attractive new logo.