Dress Regulations | Clubhouse

Dress Code:

A standard of dress generally acceptable to the Members of the Club will be maintained at all times on the Course, in the Clubhouse and their immediate surrounds.

Any Member of the Board, the General Manager, relevant staff and the Club Professional or their representative can raise any issue relating to the dress of a Member, guest or visitor. They have the authority to refuse admittance to any person failing to observe the dress standards.

Guests, visitors and public green fee players are subject to the same dress standards as Members of the Club.

The minimum acceptable standard of dress for all patrons is as follows:

Smart casual attire, unless otherwise advised by management for special or themed events.

Suitable footwear while in the Clubhouse includes soft spiked golf shoes, wholly enclosed shoes without spikes, sandals and loafer/deck style shoes without socks. Leather or rubber thongs are permitted in the Clubhouse and outside terrace, however are not permitted at special functions held at the Club at any time.


Non permitted forms of dress for all patrons are as follows:

No swimwear, beachwear, untidy, dirty or torn clothing, football wear such as jumpers, shorts, socks and tracksuits of any type, items of clothing displaying excessive, suggestive or offensive words, logos or images. Untidy and/or dirty footwear or bare feet are strictly not permitted.

MALES: No hats to be worn in the Clubhouse, with the exception of the outdoor areas and unless required for safety, medical or religious reasons. Men may not wear singlets, tank tops or similar.

FEMALES: Significantly revealing clothing, beach attire or similar.

CHILDREN: Dress regulations apply for children 10 years and over. Footwear must be worn at ALL times for children of all ages.