Masonic Hotel, Cambridge (advice)

Waikato/Bay of Plenty
Grant Type: 
Professional Advice Grant
Date funded: 
May 2019

Cambridge’s Masonic Hotel on Duke Street was built in 1912 to an Edwardian Classicism design by Auckland architect John Currie. Providing hospitality to locals and visitors to Cambridge for over a century, the Masonic is a significant landmark in the town. The building is currently in use as a backpackers, restaurant, gaming lounge and bar.

With the assistance of a Heritage EQUIP professional advice grant the owners have commissioned detailed structural and architectural design.

Following this professional advice, in October 2019, a Heritage EQUIP upgrade works grant was awarded for seismic strengthening based on the detailed structural and architectural design.

The Masonic Hotel is Heritage New Zealand listed category II.

Heritage New Zealand entry - Heritage New Zealand website