Club Policies

Privacy Policy

This Club is subject to the provisions of the Privacy Act 1988 and is committed to safeguarding personal information provided by Members, Visitors and Staff.

We will not disclose your personal information unless there is threat to life, health or safety.

Your personal information may, with your permission, be used by the Club for marketing purposes. You also have the right to access the personal information we hold about you.

For further information please contact the Club Administration.

Dress Regulations

Dress Regulations

House Policy On The Responsible Serving Of Alcohol

  • The Club recognises that it is against the law to serve alcohol to any person who appears to be in a state of intoxication.
  • The Club recognise that it is against the law to serve or supply alcohol to any person under the age of 18 years.
  • The Club recognises that it is against the law to allow intoxicated, disruptive or violent behaviour on the Club premises.
  • The Club seeks to ensure that no harm comes to patrons as a result of our service of alcohol.
  • The Club seeks to promote and create an environment that discourages drunken disruptive behaviour.
  • A range of drinks is offered to patrons, which include a selection of non-alcoholic beverages, and ice water is provided on a complimentary basis if requested.
  • Staff have been familiarized with this House Policy and are trained to implement it.
  • If a staff member feels that a patron has become intoxicated and continues to order alcohol, the staff member will contact the Duty manager and advise of the patron's state of intoxication.
  • The Duty manager will determine whether or not service should continue.
  • If service is refused, the Duty Manager will politely explain to the patron that the Club cannot legally serve alcohol to the point of intoxication.
  • The Club recognise that it is against the law to serve or supply alcohol to any person under the age of 18 years.
  • The Club recognises that it is against the law to allow intoxicated, disruptive or violent behaviour on the Club premises.
  • The Club seeks to ensure that no harm comes to patrons as a result of our service of alcohol.
  • The Club seeks to promote and create an environment that discourages drunken disruptive behaviour.
  • A range of drinks is offered to patrons, which include a selection of non-alcoholic beverages, and ice water is provided on a complimentary basis if requested.
  • Staff have been familiarized with this House Policy and are trained to implement it.
  • If a staff member feels that a patron has become intoxicated and continues to order alcohol, the staff member will contact the Duty manager and advise of the patron's state of intoxication.
  • The Duty manager will determine whether or not service should continue.
  • If service is refused, the Duty Manager will politely explain to the patron that the Club cannot legally serve alcohol to the point of intoxication.
  • The Club recognise that it is against the law to serve or supply alcohol to any person under the age of 18 years.
  • The Club recognises that it is against the law to allow intoxicated, disruptive or violent behaviour on the Club premises.
  • The Club seeks to ensure that no harm comes to patrons as a result of our service of alcohol.
  • The Club seeks to promote and create an environment that discourages drunken disruptive behaviour.
  • A range of drinks is offered to patrons, which include a selection of non-alcoholic beverages, and ice water is provided on a complimentary basis if requested.
  • Staff have been familiarized with this House Policy and are trained to implement it.
  • If a staff member feels that a patron has become intoxicated and continues to order alcohol, the staff member will contact the Duty manager and advise of the patron's state of intoxication.
  • The Duty manager will determine whether or not service should continue.
  • If service is refused, the Duty Manager will politely explain to the patron that the Club cannot legally serve alcohol to the point of intoxication.
  • The Club recognise that it is against the law to serve or supply alcohol to any person under the age of 18 years.
  • The Club recognises that it is against the law to allow intoxicated, disruptive or violent behaviour on the Club premises.
  • The Club seeks to ensure that no harm comes to patrons as a result of our service of alcohol.
  • The Club seeks to promote and create an environment that discourages drunken disruptive behaviour.
  • A range of drinks is offered to patrons, which include a selection of non-alcoholic beverages, and ice water is provided on a complimentary basis if requested.
  • Staff have been familiarized with this House Policy and are trained to implement it.
  • If a staff member feels that a patron has become intoxicated and continues to order alcohol, the staff member will contact the Duty manager and advise of the patron's state of intoxication.
  • If service is refused, the Duty Manager will politely explain to the patron that the Club cannot legally serve alcohol to the point of intoxication.
  • The Club recognise that it is against the law to serve or supply alcohol to any person under the age of 18 years.
  • The Duty manager will determine whether or not service should continue.
  • The Club recognises that it is against the law to allow intoxicated, disruptive or violent behaviour on the Club premises.
  • The Club seeks to ensure that no harm comes to patrons as a result of our service of alcohol.
  • The Club seeks to promote and create an environment that discourages drunken disruptive behaviour.
  • A range of drinks is offered to patrons, which include a selection of non-alcoholic beverages, and ice water is provided on a complimentary basis if requested.
  • Staff have been familiarized with this House Policy and are trained to implement it.
  • If a staff member feels that a patron has become intoxicated and continues to order alcohol, the staff member will contact the Duty manager and advise of the patron's state of intoxication.
  • The Duty manager will determine whether or not service should continue.
  • If service is refused, the Duty Manager will politely explain to the patron that the Club cannot legally serve alcohol to the point of intoxication.
  • The Club recognise that it is against the law to serve or supply alcohol to any person under the age of 18 years.
  • The Club recognises that it is against the law to allow intoxicated, disruptive or violent behaviour on the Club premises.
  • The Club seeks to ensure that no harm comes to patrons as a result of our service of alcohol.
  • The Club seeks to promote and create an environment that discourages drunken disruptive behaviour.
  • A range of drinks is offered to patrons, which include a selection of non-alcoholic beverages, and ice water is provided on a complimentary basis if requested.
  • Staff have been familiarized with this House Policy and are trained to implement it.
  • If a staff member feels that a patron has become intoxicated and continues to order alcohol, the staff member will contact the Duty manager and advise of the patron's state of intoxication.
  • The Duty manager will determine whether or not service should continue.
  • If service is refused, the Duty Manager will politely explain to the patron that the Club cannot legally serve alcohol to the point of intoxication.
  • The Club recognise that it is against the law to serve or supply alcohol to any person under the age of 18 years.
  • The Club recognises that it is against the law to allow intoxicated, disruptive or violent behaviour on the Club premises.
  • The Club seeks to ensure that no harm comes to patrons as a result of our service of alcohol.
  • The Club seeks to promote and create an environment that discourages drunken disruptive behaviour.
  • A range of drinks is offered to patrons, which include a selection of non-alcoholic beverages, and ice water is provided on a complimentary basis if requested.
  • Staff have been familiarized with this House Policy and are trained to implement it.
  • If a staff member feels that a patron has become intoxicated and continues to order alcohol, the staff member will contact the Duty manager and advise of the patron's state of intoxication.
  • The Duty manager will determine whether or not service should continue.
  • If service is refused, the Duty Manager will politely explain to the patron that the Club cannot legally serve alcohol to the point of intoxication.
  • The Club recognise that it is against the law to serve or supply alcohol to any person under the age of 18 years.
  • The Club recognises that it is against the law to allow intoxicated, disruptive or violent behaviour on the Club premises.
  • The Club seeks to ensure that no harm comes to patrons as a result of our service of alcohol.
  • The Club seeks to promote and create an environment that discourages drunken disruptive behaviour.
  • A range of drinks is offered to patrons, which include a selection of non-alcoholic beverages, and ice water is provided on a complimentary basis if requested.
  • Staff have been familiarized with this House Policy and are trained to implement it.
  • If a staff member feels that a patron has become intoxicated and continues to order alcohol, the staff member will contact the Duty manager and advise of the patron's state of intoxication.
  • The Duty manager will determine whether or not service should continue.
  • If service is refused, the Duty Manager will politely explain to the patron that the Club cannot legally serve alcohol to the point of intoxication.

Under Age Drinking

  • This Club has surveillance procedures designed to detect under age persons seeking to enter the premises.
  • If a staff member believes that a patron who is ordering or being supplied alcohol, is less than 18 years of age; he/she will request proof of age. Acceptable proof of age is either current passport, Proof of Age Card, Photo Drivers Licence.
  • If the person is less than 18 years of age or refuses to produce identification, staff will refuse service and the Duty manager will request the person leave the premises.

Entering the Club

  • All members are requested to show their membership card upon entry to the Club.
  • This Club dose not allow intoxicated persons to enter the Club.
  • All members who sign in guests are responsible for those guests whilst they are on the premises.
  • Member's guests must remain within the near proximity of the members company.
  • Guests must not remain on the Club premises after the member has departed the premises.
1921

When it all began


Our first meeting was held in January 1921 at Rockdale Town Hall.
95

Years of operation


A proud achievement and going strong.
5

Live acts each month


Live entertainment each week
7

Days a week


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