Kiama Masonic Centre is an inviting hall opened on 28th February 1976. The hall is 21m x 9m with polished timber floor, kitchen and toilets. The original stone construction can be seen from the hall.
In 1986 the building was listed on the New South Wales Heritage Register as a building of state significance. It is one of only a few buildings of its type remaining in Kiama and the only one in continuous use.
The building would make a great meeting place or serve well as a space for Yoga or dance lessons.
Freemasonry had its roots in ancient Egypt and was active as a ‘trade organisation’ for stonemasons in medieval times. Since the 1700's it has welcomed a broader membership and today Freemasonry is more relevant than ever, giving men, from all walks of life, support to navigate changing times and become the best they can be, to support each other and to enhance their communities. Freemasonry is an international movement with over six million members worldwide but it works very much within the local community.
Microwave, stove, dishwasher, fridge, double sink.
Onsite parking outside the hours of 8am to 6pm business days
The hall is adjacent to Hindmarsh Park.