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Continuity Lodge 242

You'll find Continuity Lodge 242 in Main St. Dallarnil, about 15 minutes east of Biggenden on the Isis Highway.

We meet on the second Friday of the month at 7.30 pm, with no meeting in January. The Installation is held on the second Saturday in May.

The building has had a spruce up, and note the new fire escape... hope we never have to use it!

Our visitors are always welcome, come along and join in the fellowship.

Faith, Hope, and Charity: The three Principal Moral Virtues.

Faith and Hope are closely interconnected, for where there is Faith there is Hope, and where there is Hope there is Faith. Charity, the distinguishing characteristic of a Freemason's heart, needs no explanation.

Continuity Lodge 242, U.G.L.Q. 2011 - 2013 Charitable Donations

With the help of the Queensland Masonic Board of Benevolence 'Dollar for Dollar' Programme, the Continuity Masonic Lodge at Dallarnil raised over $6000 for local charities during the 2011/12 financial year, no small effort for a small country Lodge.

So far, in the 2012/13 financial period, the Lodge has donated over $3700, and we still have the Dallarnil Masonic Charity Golf Day, to be held at the Biggenden Golf Club on Sunday, April 14th.

To be part of this event, please contact Al Williams: phone (07) 4127 1768, or email

Presentation Photos

Rum City Motorcycle Club

Wor Br Merv Johnston (right) presenting The Rum City Motorcycle Club President, Brian Burr with a cheque for their new bain-marie.

Biggenden Hospital Auxiliary

Wor Br Bryan Williams and Bro Bruce Smith presenting a cheque to Michelle Kinbacker and Liz Vicary from the Biggenden Hospital Auxiliary, for the purchase of an electric recliner chair, for patient comfort and ease of of use.

Bundaberg Health

Wor Bro Merv Johnston trying out one of the new wheel chairs which were presented to the Bundaberg Health Services Foundation.

Bundaberg Health

Presentation of wheelchairs, blood oxygen monitor and a walker, to members of the Bundaberg Health Services Foundation. May 2012.

Wor Bro Merv Johnston is 3rd from the left (standing) and 5th from left is Wor Bro Malcolm Finnis (striped shirt). The others are members of the Palliative Care Unit and the Community Health Integration Program (CHIP).

Dallarnil State School

Wor Br Malcolm Bishop presenting the Certificates of Sporting Achievement to Aaron Kelly and Britney Spry (Christmas 2012).

Dallarnil State School

Wor Bro Al Williams presenting a cheque for the purchase of a library book trolley, to Ms Andrea Kelly, Principal of the Dallarnil State School (Christmas 2011).

Dallarnil State School

Wor Br Malcolm Bishop presenting the Certificates of Sporting Achievement to Jesse Blee and Britney Spry (Christmas 2011).

Dallarnil Sports Club

VW Bro Bevan Glossop presenting a cheque to purchase a new stove for the Dallarnil Sports Club to Max Pearce, the Sports Club President (Christmas 2011).

Biggenden Golf Club

Wor Bro Al Williams, on behalf of the Dallarnil Masonic Lodge, receiving a Certificate of Appreciation for support to the Biggenden Golf Club from Jenni Griffith, Club President.

Keen to participate in Dallarnil Freemasonry?

For all enquiries, please contact the local representative, Allan Williams: (07) 4127 1768, or email