Freemasonry is

The language of Freemasonry

Our ceremonies, rituals and regalia are full of allegorical symbolism designed to remind a Freemason of what he's learned and the obligations he's undertaken.

Labouring for the common good

Freemasonry seeks to uphold universal values of love for all mankind, assistance to those less fortunate and to seek truth in all and every situation.

A way of guiding ourselves

Pursuit of truth, integrity and mutual support are some of the values that characterise a Mason.

More than friendship

Freemasonry has been uniting men all over the world for centuries.

Innovating by fostering tradition

Freemasonry seeks to uphold universal values of love for all mankind, assistance to those less fortunate and to seek truth in all and every situation.

From everywhere for everyone

Freemasons come from all different kinds of life paths, religions and backgrounds.

Leading by example

Freemasonry puts its principles into practice through its charitable activities.

Ask any of the 15,000 Freemasons in New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory this question, and you’ll probably get 15,000 different answers!
Freemasonry means different things to each member.

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In a world often dictated by hate and segregation, membership of an organisation capable of uniting men of all religions, colours and even accents is more relevant than ever.

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