COVID Safety at the Club

The health and wellbeing of our members, guests and staff is our highest priority, now more than ever. You may notice some small changes around the venue we’ve introduced to ensure your time with us is safe and enjoyable.

Current Restrictions updated: Tuesday 23rd of November 2021

Service Victoria Contact Tracing Check-In

All visitors are required to check-in upon entry using the Service Victoria app, even if your visit is less than 15 minutes.
We understand that some people do not have access to a device to enable digital check-in, please see our reception staff who will assist via a web-portal check-in.

Proof of Vaccination

The Victorian Government has indicated that only fully vaccinated patrons are able to enter bars, clubs and restaurants.
Please ensure that you are double vaccinated and are carrying the correct certificate so we can welcome you in.
It is now a requirement that all patrons aged 12 years & 2 months and older are required to have had both doses of the covid vaccine unless medically exempt.

Please have correct proof of vaccination status ready upon arrival for staff to check.

Remember that our staff are simply following the health directives from the Victorian Health Mandates, we thank you all for your cooperation as we navigate through these changes.

Check out the link below for acceptable proof of vaccination – vaccination appointment cards, screen shots, or photos are not accepted.


Customers are no longer required to wear masks whilst visiting the Club, however we understand if you wish to continue to wear one during your visit.
Our staff members will continue to wear masks whilst on their shifts.

Venue Capacity

The Club no longer is required to enforce capacity limits and are guided by normal venue capacity as required through our Licensed Venue Liquor Licence.

Patron Density Limits

No longer required

Covid Marshalls

Nominated staff members have completed a basic infection control awareness training, and are present at each shift when the Club is open.

A COVID Marshal ensures COVIDSafe Plans and High-Risk COVIDSafe Plans are implemented.

Marshals provide advice on:

  • physical distancing measures
  • hygiene measures\ensure adequate ventilation
  • keeping accurate and robust records (which can be audited)
  • updating COVIDSafe Plans when necessary