The lodge meets at the Brunswick Masonic Centre (also known as “Davies Street”) on the Third Tuesday of February to November and the second Tuesday of December. No meeting is held in January.
Meetings generally start at 7.30 pm but earlier on some occasions – such as the annual Installation of the new Master and Lodge officers (held in July). The annual meeting program consists of a balanced mixture of ceremonial and discussion nights.
The November meeting – a commemoration service evening – is open to family members and other non-freemasons.
Lodge rehearsals are conducted at the Centre on the second Tuesday of February to November.
The Lodge has received Full Lodge Accreditation from the United Grand Lodge Victoria.
WBro Arnold Sharpe is the lodge Almoner: If you need his help or wish to discuss an almoner matter Arnold can be reached at 03 9744 2664
Lodge of Instruction
Brunswick United Lodge provides significant support for the Centenary Lodge of Instruction, which meets at Davies Street at 7.30pm on the fourth Thursday of each month other than December and January.
The Lodge of Instruction welcomes and encourages all members to attend, whether in office or seeking to do so.
Apart from the additional fraternity, the lodge's past masters provide an excellent learning forum, without haste or pressure.
To find out more details about Freemasonry in general or the lodge’s activities in particular, please contact us
The Lodge is seeking to maintain a work program balanced between Ceremonial and Non-ceremonial meetings. For non-ceremonial evening, the Lodge endeavours to invite a wide-range of speakers providing both informative and interesting addresses.
The Lodge has an active charity and community support group program.
In 2015 donations have been made to the following:
- The Clown Doctors
- Heart Throb
- Royal Freemasons Homes
- Berry Street Foundation
- Uniting Care Lentara Broadmeadows
- Austin Hospital
- Cottages by The Sea
Funds are raised from Lodge investments, member's contributions, "sausage sizzles" at Bunnings Warehouse in Coburg and the Grand Lodge Benevolent Fund. Funds raised from the "sausage sizzles" are primarily directed to community activities and charities in the general Brunswick and Coburg area as well as selected charity and community support organisations such as Guide Dogs Victoria.
Consistent with the dynamics of the surrounding area, the Lodge actively encourages a multi-cultural approach to its membership.