Cue Masonic Lodge - WA

  Historic Site


DEG: -27.422939 117.895239
DMS: 27º 25' 22.58" S 117º 53' 42.87" E
UTM: 50 J 6966401mN 588489mE
Altitude: 454.9m


Address & Contact

55 Dowley St
Cue WA 6640
Phone: N/A
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This somewhat spooky building on Dowley Street has laid the foundation for many a ghost story. The Lodge was built in 1899 of timber and galvanised iron, with pressed iron interior. Corrugated iron was used extensively in goldfield areas during this time because it was easily transported by camels. There are very few buildings of this type remaining in Australia although they are quite common in parts of the United States of America. Murchison Lodge 22 was consecrated on 21 April 1897. They held regular meetings in the building from 1899 to 1979, when they were cancelled due to insufficient numbers. Now owned by the National Trust of Australia, it is said to be the biggest, free standing, double story corrugated iron structure in the southern hemisphere – that’s a claim to fame!
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Closest Weather Station

Mount Magnet Airport at 15/03:30am WST
Distance from Cue Masonic Lodge 77.14km S
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Closest Climatic Station

Mount Magnet Aero
Distance from Cue Masonic Lodge 77.14km S
Mean Max. °C38.036.432.928.724.019.818.721.124.429.232.335.5
Mean Min. °C23.423.
Mean Rain mm26.635.535.320.517.420.832.416.79.16.910.924.6

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