Freemasons Research

Freemasons Research

The objects of Lodges of Research under Freemasons New Zealand are the historical and comparative study and illustration of the origins, development, and modern trends and activities of Freemasonry, its organisation, ritual and teachings, and the dissemination of Masonic knowledge amongst the members of the Lodge and other Brethren.

The following are Research Lodges:

Hawkes Bay Research Lodge Meets at Hastings

Midland District Lodge of Research Meets at Timaru

Research Lodge of Southland Meets at Invercargill

Research Lodge of Wellington Meets at Udy St, Petone

The Masters & Past Masters Meets at Christchurch

The Research Lodge of Otago Meets at Manor Place, Dunedin

The Research Lodge of Ruapehu Meets at

The Research Lodge of the Taranaki Province Meets at Lawry St, New Plymouth

The Waikato Lodge of Research Meets at

Top of the South Research Lodge Meets at Nile St, Nelson (and others);

United Masters Lodge Meets at Khyber Pass Rd, Auckland,

All New Zealand Research Lodges belong to the Australian and New Zealand Masonic Research Council – see here