Masonic Lodge – Cue – National Trust Property

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About this site: Constructed in 1899 as a meeting place for the Murchison Lodge Mason, this unique two storey building is clad with corrugated iron. Its architectural style is quite different to other Masonic Lodges in Western Australia and is considered a rare example from the gold rush era. Due to low membership the Masons sold the property in 1985 and it was used for residential purposes until 1995.

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Corner of Dowley Street and Robinson Street

Cue

6640

WA

Ph. (08) 9321 6088