All persons are required to check-in using the Check In Qld app, as directed by the Queensland Government.

From 17 December 2021 - as mandated by the Queensland Government - proof of COVID-19 vaccination will be required to enter The Boat Club and subsidiary businesses.

Penalties for people refusing to comply are $1,378.50.

This is a Queensland Government enforced policy to keep us all safe, please be kind to our staff.

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Dress Code

Please be advised of the following Dress Code Policy in force at The Boat Club as approved by the Management Committee.

Not permitted at any time:

  • Swimwear
  • Offensive Words or Graphics
  • Bare Feet
  • Caps and Hats
  • Torn, Dirty or Untidy Clothing
  • Work Wear
  • Gang Colours
  • Sports/Bicycle shorts
  • Footy shorts
  • Non-dress Football Jerseys (e.g. played in) displaying numbers / sponsors

Not permitted after 6:00pm:

  • Mens singlets, Muscle shirts or sleeveless shirts

Note: Facial recognition is important and entry may be refused if an individual's identity cannot be confirmed. The interpretation of the dress code is to be carried out by the Duty Manager and his or her decision is final. Management reserves the right to refuse entry for inappropriate dress. The dress code is subject to change without notice.

Entry requirements

The enter the Hervey bay Boat Club you must be:

  • a financial member
  • the guest of a financial member
  • a member of a reciprocal club (such as the Hervey Bay RSL), or
  • a visitor over the age of 18yrs or accompanied by a legal guardian over the age of 18yrs

As a requirement of Queensland Liquor Licensing Legislation, all patrons must present relevant identification upon entry, such as:

  • Valid driver’s licence (preferred)
  • Government issued proof of age card (18+ card)
  • Passport
  • Australia Post Keypass
  • Foreign License (if in English)

Children

Children are welcome in the Club until 10:00pm. All persons under the age of 18yrs must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.

Management reserves the right to refuse entry at their discretion.