About Camp Hill Lodge
Camp Hill Masonic Lodge is numbered 388 on the roll of the United Grand Lodge of Queensland, and was originally consecrated on the 9th of November, 1946. We are a progressive lodge with a strong social and charitable programme. We have a keen focus on masonic education, maintaining a high standard of ritual work, and maintaining a close bond between members.
We meet at the Stones Corner Masonic Centre, 17 Cleveland St, Stones Corner in Brisbane on the 2nd Monday night of each month except November and January. Tyling (opening) time is 7.30pm. We conduct our Installation Ceremony on the 3rd Saturday in November each year, usually tyling at about 4pm.
Our practice night is on the 1st Monday of the month, and our members also meet informally on the 3rd Monday. Depending on circumstances, our 3rd Monday meetings are either a planning meeting, an education night, or a masonic discussion group.
Stones Corner Masonic Centre
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Even though the Lodge was originally started for Masons in the Camp Hill area, we now also have members from the following areas:
Marsden, Ellen Grove, Braken Ridge, Aspley, Bulimba, Hemmant, Rochedale South, The Gap, Wishart, Norman Park, Wacol, Sunnybank Hills, West End, Rochedale, Logan Village, Ormiston, Doolandella, Carina, Mt Gravatt, Hawthorne, Coorparoo, Alexandra Hills, Manly West, Thorneside, Carindale, Springfield Lakes, Eagleby, Hillcrest, Mansfield, Toowong, Moggill, Victoria Point, Ashgrove, Capalaba, Carindale, Underwood, Canon Hill, Moorooka, Annerley, Ashgrove, Mt Warren Park, Wavell Heights, and Parkinson.