The Lodge on Hawthorn is an attraction with a difference.
Built in 1908, The Lodge on Hawthorn is one of only two Heritage Listed buildings in Blackall and is of architectural and historical importance to the region.
The owners of The Lodge on Hawthorn are private collectors of (and dealers) fine art and antiques. The Lodge boasts a unique collection of antiques and art for sale that is not likely to be found anywhere else in Regional Queensland.
The Blackall Masonic Temple offers a glimpse into a time and a way of life unknown to many.
The building, which has remained significantly unchanged for over 100 years, exudes charm and boasts a fully furnished Masonic Temple along with artefacts and regalia important to the region.
The Blackall Masonic Temple and historical display is open to the public for tours from 3pm to 4pm Tuesday to Friday, April-October. Pre-booking is essential, tours are $15 per person and include Devonshire tea.