The NSW Masonic Club was founded in 1893 and is located in the City of Sydney, Australia. It has social club facilities with Boutique hotel accommodation and is comfortably situated in a refined heritage property in the city’s centre.
Visitors are always welcome whether from city or country Australia or Worldwide.
The NSW Masonic Club is perfectly located and is within easy walking distance to train and bus transportation services as well as Sydney’s commercial, retail and entertainment centres.
Nearby attractions include Darling Harbour, Sydney Tower, Hyde Park and the Royal Botanical Gardens. The Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House are also within easy walking distance.
Day tours including trips the Blue Mountains and Hunter Valley Wine Region are also popular and can booked at Hotel Reception.
Club membership is available at Masonic or Associate levels. Club Members are entitled to 10% off personal food and beverage plus 15% off accommodation. Members also earn reward points on purchases through our Member Benefits Program. Points can be redeemed within the Club.
NSW Masonic Club has formed reciprocal membership agreements with many clubs in Australia and internationally.
Whether planning a small informal meeting, cocktail party or sumptuous banquet, The Club has a selection of function options to suit your individual needs.
A variety of function and meeting rooms are available and, numbers permitting, Cellos Restaurant is able to be privately booked.
Please view the function information on our hotel website for details or to make an inquiry.
Under the banner of Castlereagh Boutique Hotel, the NSW Masonic Club owns and operates an elegantly appointed 4 star boutique hotel; Sydney’s finest.
The Castlereagh Boutique Hotel has 83 quality hotel rooms which are tastefully furnished to the highest international standards, incorporating the requirements of both the business and leisure traveller.
Room rates are competitively priced and can be booked online or visitors can contact the Club directly.
The NSW Masonic Club is renown for having one of Sydney’s last grand dining rooms, Cellos Grand Dining Room, which inspires awe in those who dine there.
Cellos boasts ornate high ceilings and a 1920′s elegance in architecture that is rarely seen today.
Other facilities include fine bars, lounges and function rooms for meetings, conferences and special events.