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About Us

Lodge Wallis Plains No.4 has a diverse range of members ranging from self- employed trades to Master tradesmen, Electrical engineers , Civil Servants , bankers, Tour directors, Councillors and retired men covering many facets within the community.

In the Lodge environment we are one where social status and political values are not discussed.

Many have interests outside Freemasonry that involve the community and schools.

Having joined Freemasonry there are several criteria that are to be respected by members.

As Freemasons come from all walks of life, members are expected to interact with each other free from religious or racial prejudice.

Its philosophy is designed to encourage its members toward self-improvement.

Members are encouraged to support Masonic Charities which perform valuable services throughout NSW and the ACT.

A Freemason is required to pay annual membership fees to his Lodge and to the United Grand Lodge of NSW and the ACT. A joining fee is also charged by most Lodges. The average yearly cost to members varies between Lodges however the fees are explained to potential members before joining.

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Lodge Wallis Plains

No.4

Welcome to Lodge Wallis Plains

No.4

About Us

Lodge Wallis Plains No.4 has a diverse range of members ranging from self- employed trades to Master tradesmen, Electrical engineers , Civil Servants , bankers, Tour directors, Councillors and retired men covering many facets within the community.

Having joined Freemasonry there are several criteria that are to be respected by members.

As Freemasons come from all walks of life, members are expected to interact with each other free from religious or racial prejudice.

Its philosophy is designed to encourage its members toward self-improvement.

Members are encouraged to support Masonic Charities which perform valuable services throughout NSW and the ACT.

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Join Us

Freemasonry is a rewarding experience and membership is open to all men aged 18 years or over. Like many membership organisations, there are certain prerequisites that potential members must satisfy when applying to be a Freemason. To become a Freemason a person needs to:

1. Be a Law abiding person;

2. Have a belief in a Supreme Being; and

3. Have made his decision to join Freemasonry by his own free will and not for any personal gain or reasons of idle curiosity.

As Freemasonry offers many unique benefits, these prerequisites ensure that those who join get the most out of becoming a Freemason.

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Freemasonry

WHAT IS FREEMASONRY

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.

Some would say it’s a personal development program which promotes family and community values.

Others would describe Freemasonry as a chance for both social interaction and "philosophical brainstorming".

Freemasonry also provides an opportunity for public service, and hands-on involvement in charitable or community issues.

The short answer to the question, "What is Freemasonry" is that it’s one of the world’s oldest and largest fraternal organisations.

Made up of 5 million Freemasons around the world, it has adopted the fundamental principles of integrity, goodwill, and charity as foundations for an individual’s life and character.

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We are located at 5 Victoria Street, Maitland NSW 2320. To get in contact with us, Please contact our Secretary Bill Lennox on the below number or click the Contact Us button below to send us an email.

Lodge Wallis Plains No.4

Bill Lennox

Lodge Secretary

Ph. 02 4933 1602