At Tea Tree Gully Lodge Nº 218 we welcomed adult men of all ages, colours and cultures as equals in our organisation.

Despite many misapprehensions, we are not a religion, a cult or a conspiracy. Nor do we have any sinister motives or practices.

Our values are non-denominational, ethical and based on deep respect for every human being.

​As part of Tea Tree Gully Lodge Nº 218 activities is to raise funds on behalf of numerous charities within South Australia and Australia. Until recent times brethren held a "Sausage Sizzle" at Golden Grove.

Over a period of some 10 years the lodge raised in excess of $40,000, averaging approximately $1,700 per year which was distributed over the years to organisations such as, but limited to;

Make a Wish, Cranial Facial, Red Cross, Cystic Fibrosis, Ronald McDonald House, Cancer Research, Queen Elizabeth Kidney Research, Masonic Foundation, various Bushfire Appeals, Minda Inc., Flying Doctor Service, and Movember.

Specific Projects: Wynn Vale Primary School – to assist with the purchase of The ELF Programme (Early Literacy Foundations), The Reading Doctor and Multilit (Reading Tutor Program), materials that is specifically designed for children with Autism, Aspergers, Dyslexia, Auditory Processing Disorder, Attention Deficit Disorder, and English as a Second Language, Behavioural Problems, Slow Learners, Hearing Disabilities and Cerebral Palsy.

Royal Society for the Blind to assist with the construction of an outside "Free Run for pups and guide dogs in training.

Josh Rogers "Up Suit" - $2,000.00


Tea Tree Gully Lodge No. 218 acknowledges with thanks the Freemasons Foundation for their help and financial assistance.

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