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Map showing Emulation Hall

Emulation Hall, Canterbury is a two-storey brick building that was constructed in 1927–1928 by the freemasons.

Built by the established Emulation Lodge No 141, this masonic temple was designed by architects Dunstan Reynolds & Partners and provided a facility for both the freemasons and the local community. Founded in 1889, Emulation Lodge met in public halls in Box Hill, Canterbury and Surrey Hills before constructing this permanent temple facility. Since its construction, Emulation Hall has provided a temple for a number of lodges that were sponsored by Emulation Lodge and also provided a public venue for club meetings and functions such as dances.

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