About The Duke of Leinster Masonic Lodge


The Duke of Leinster Lodge (N0.8) was consecrated in 1864 and is the oldest surviving Irish Freemason Lodge in Queensland.

We’re a proud member of the United Grand Lodge of Queensland.

Freemasonry is a progressive philosophy of life which encompasses tolerance, integrity, and self-development of its members while promoting service to the community.

The Duke of Leinster lodge has 150 years of history, and a reputation for hospitality. We offer a warm welcome to masonic visitors from near and far, and to those looking to affiliate or join as new members.

We meet at the Stone’s Corner Masonic Centre, Cleveland Street, Brisbane, Queensland at 7:30 on the 3rd Wednesday of February-November. We have a Ladies Night dinner in December + various social / sports events throughout the year.

Read more about the history of the Duke of Leinster Lodge in the History section of our blog.


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