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The Lodge is heavily involved with youth services on the Tablelands. We promote family values and social propriety, by pursuing a policy of continuous Masonic education policy for all our brethren. We are friendly and inclusive. Visitors are always welcome.
Granite Lodge meets on the last Monday of the month at 7:30pm with our Installation in May. The Lodge is proud to be involved in the Tablelands ANZAC Memorial Service. Similarly, the Lodge attends the Annual Mareeba Rodeo to promote Freemasonry. Should you wish to find out more please contact the Lodge Secretary.
Granite Lodge was consecrated on 16 November 1905 by the Grand Master E.D. Miles as number 999 Scottish Constitution. Since then after undergoing two changes it is now number 351 UGLQ.
Celebrations were held in the year 2000 when the Lodge was reconvened and the Lodge Officers were installed. At this meeting the attendance was 54 men, comprising of Lodge members, Grand Officers and visitors. The names of many of the founding members are found as street names of Mareeba and local businesses. A reconsecration ceremony was held in 2005 to mark the Lodges centenary.
Our regular meetings are on the 4th Monday of the month. We also have an annual meeting where the new Master and officers are invested for the following 12 months. This is held on the 4th Saturday in June.
Freemasons are a diverse group of men from all walks of life, from many religions and many backgrounds. Becoming a Freemason is a commitment to develop your own potential, to values that see all humankind as equal, and to helping others in our community.