Why do I have to scan my licence to enter the venue? It's a liquor licensing requirement and therefore a standard procedure across clubs across Victoria.

How long is my information kept on file? 6 to 12 months.

I came in yesterday, why do I need to scan my licence again? Your visitor pass only lasts for the date you scanned in on.

I got a message requesting that a member sign me in, what does this mean? This means that you live within a 10km radius of the club according to the address on your licence and liquor licensing requires you to be a member because we are a club and not a hotel. You can have a temporary pass for two visits but after that you'll need to join. See our staff for membership prices and benefits.

Do I have to be a member to come into the venue? No, but if you are 18 years or over you will need to sign in. Refusal to sign in will result in your entry to the venue being denied - no exceptions.

Do I need to be 18 years or over to use the facilities? No, but if you are under 18 years of age you must be accompanied by a parent or responsible legal guardian at all times. all unaccompanied minors will be asked to leave the premises - no exceptions.

I'm a member of another bowls club, will my card work in your venue? No, you must be a member of our club in order for your membership card to work in our venue. We do not hold reciprocal rights with any other venue/club in Australia.

Do I need to be with a member to enter the venue? No, everyone is welcome.

How do I become a member? Simply complete an application form which you can print from our website or ask for at reception. Once complete hand it in to a staff member who will assist you from there.

How much does membership cost? Membership pricing ranges from a once-off payment of $5 for a Facilities Membership, $24 per year Access Membership, $45 per year Club Membership or $94 per year Full Bowls Membership (all memberships are renewable at the beginning of each financial year. Memberships purchased throughout the financial year are priced pro rata)

What are the benefits of becoming a member? Click here to view a full list of our membership benefits.