Theme : Heritage Building – Masonic Hall (Freemasons’ Hall)

Theme (Post#19) : Heritage Building – Masonic Hall (Freemasons’ Hall)

Photos of the day are all about Masonic Hall or Freemason’s Hall. Based on the tablet in the wall that can be seen in the building, the heritage building was built for the independent Order of Oddfellows in 1887, then sold in 1925 to a similar society, the Freemasons. The building became Lodge No.5 of the Grand Lodge of Western Australia. And its architectural design categorized as Victorian Classical Revival Style. These photos are part of Wheatbelt Region Tour October 2016.



Notes :
Photo : heritage building, Masonic Hall or Freemason’s Hall
Location : 3 Juaquina Street, York WA 6302, Australia
Transportation :
1. Join Day Tours from Perth or
2. Take bus from Transwa Bay East Perth to Esperance or Albany and get off at Joaquina St in York Town
3. Take train from Perth Station to Midland Station, then exchange train from Midland Station to Joaquina St Station in  York.
Official Website : None