Sydney Masonic Centre is a prime example of post-war Brutalist architecture, and dates from the wave of buildings of that style that hit Australia around the late 1960s. Designed by Joseland Gilling specifically to host the United Grand Lodge of NSW and the ACT of Ancient, Free and Accepted Freemasons, it was completed in 1976.
The SMC function centre, comprised of 16 flexible rooms, is available for hire.
|Venue name:||Sydney Masonic Centre|
66 Goulburn St