Northland Club Membership
If you’re interested in joining the Northland Club, please contact us to arrange a visit. New members are always welcome!
Northland Club Rules
Membership cards must be carried at all times and shown at the request of the Management, Committee or staff. The Membership card must relate to the current financial year.
The standard of dress required must be clean and tidy at all times. Casual clothing such as T-Shirts with sleeves is acceptable for males. Casual tidy clothing for woman is acceptable including fashion apparel. Singlets, tank tops, T-Shirts with offensive language and dirty clothing are not acceptable in our Club. Footwear must be worn at all times. Gum boots and jandles are not allowed.
On Sundays we allow a relaxed dress code including jandles, singlets shorts etc as long as they are clean and tidy.
Behaviour likely to lead to trouble or such as may cause offence to other Members will not be tolerated. This includes the use of excessive foul or obscene language.
Complaints of a nature requiring settlement shall be in writing directed to the Manager for action and attention. No Member, guest or visitor shall personally reprimand any servant of the Club. Complaints requiring the Committee’s attention shall be in writing in a sealed envelope addressed to the Manager. A written complaint is not valid unless signed.
Any persons who are permanently resident within a distance of 20 kilometers by road from the Club shall not visit the Club more than 3 times in any one year. In every case a visitor must be introduced by a Member who shall ensure that the visitors book is signed in the proper manner. The Member must remain at the Club while the visitor is present. Non resident Members of affiliated Clubs are welcome to visit but they must present their own Membership credentials to the Management, Committee or staff on request.
If in the opinion of the Manager or staff the Club reserves the right to refuse service to any Member or visitor deemed to be intoxicated.
Assistance to the Club
Members are expected to assist the manager, staff and Committee by returning used glasses jugs etc to the bar. They are also expected to obtain a cloth from the bar to wipe up any drink spilt on furniture, fittings or floors.
Raffles, Gambling & Appeals
No Member shall canvas or conduct any subscription list or raffle in the Club premises without the permission of the Manager or Committee.
No animals shall be allowed on Club premises except a guide dog.
Protection of Club Property
Members are required to take every possible care to protect the Club premises, contents and surroundings. The removal or defacing of Club property without authority renders Members or visitors liable for prosecution.
Liquor must be consumed within 15 minutes of the bar closing and the premises must be vacated no later than 30 minutes from the bar closure. The Club is open every day from 12:00pm. The Club may close at the discretion of the Duty Manager.
Control of Club Operations
The Manager, or in his/her absence, the acting Manager, has absolute control over the running of the Club and its facilities and has the power to suspend any Member or visitor not complying with the Club rules. The President, Vice President or two members of the Committee shall have the power to suspend any Member for misconduct. Such suspension is to be notified at the next Committee meeting.
Rules for Families
The Northland Club welcomes families to our clubrooms provided all children are constantly supervised by a parent or guardian and are at all times confined to the lounge area. The Club does not allow children under the age of 10 years to play on the pool tables, indoor bowl mats or the dart boards. Children over the age of 10 may use these facilities as long as they are supervised by a parent or guardian at all times. Parent or guardians will be liable for any damage that may occur as a result of children using the sporting facilities.
There is no smoking in any internal areas of the Club. Smoking will be allowed on the back deck area and any of the parking areas outside. Any fines imposed on Northland Club and staff will be libel by the person committing the offence.