671 Seventeen Mile Rocks Rd, Sinnamon Park QLD 4073
Freemasonry opens the door to men of good character from all walks of life and from diverse religions. You’ll always find a friendly welcome – we’re ordinary men developing our potential, supporting each other and working for good in the community. Learn more
In addition to Lodge meetings we believe in involving families and friends in activities that range from get-togethers after meetings to fundraising for worthwhile causes.
Contact the Lodge Secretary for more details.
The Indooroopilly Lodge was dedicated in September 1905 with 18 foundation members including a judge, station master, engineer, lino operator, barrister and ironmonger. Over the years, the Lodge has met in various locations, including the Ann Street Masonic Memorial Centre. In 2005, it celebrated its centenary at the James and Janie Sinnamon Memorial Temple, Jindalee.
The Lodge has had a number of notable members including Canon Thomas Jones, a Church of England cleric regarded as the father of the church in Queensland; Henry William Mobsby (1860-1933), artist, photographer and motion picture pioneer; Francis William Sutton Cumbrae-Stewart, Garrick Professor of Law at the University of Queensland and Foundation Registrar of the University of Queensland; the Honourable Colonel Sir Justin Fox Greenlaw Foxton CMG MHR who was a federal MP and reformer; and Fredrick Derek Osmond Fielding AM who was the University of Queensland Librarian 1965-1992, Pro Vice-chancellor (Academic Services), and President of the Queensland Council of Civil Liberties from 1975 to 1979.
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.