1. 1. What is FREEMASONARY?  Freemasonary is one of the world's oldest and largest fraternal organizations.  It provides a code for living in today's society based on moral and ethical standards.  Its members strive to live by the principles of integrity, goodwill and charity.  As a non-profit organization that supports numerous charities and community services, Freemasonry unifies men of high ideals, regardless of colour, creed or worldly status.  There are some five million freemasons worldwide and about 75,000 in Australasia.

  2. 2. Who are FREEMASONS?  Freemasons are ordinary men aged 18 years and over, from all walks of life.  While they may come from different backgrounds, they share a concern for humanity and the maintenance of moral standards.  They respect the laws of the land and the rights of individuals