It is a requirement of the Registered Clubs Act that all visitors to a Registered Club provide identification when signing in. In accordance with the Registered Clubs Act and the Coomealla Memorial Sporting Club Limited Constitution, an individual residing within a 5km radius of the Coomealla Memorial Sporting Club must be a current member of the Club in order to enter the property, or be signed in as a guest by a current member. Persons residing within the Coomealla Irrigation District must be a current member to enter the club premises. To comply with the above, on arrival, visitors are required to sign the Temporary Members Register upon entering the Club. The temporary membership is valid for seven days.
How we dress
Neat, tidy and respectable dress is essential at all times. Soiled clothing, swimwear, brief/revealing shorts, hats (unless Club approved), underwear singlets, revealing low cut singlets, bare feet, clothing with offensive motifs/wording will not be permitted at any time. Industrial clothing will not be permitted after 8:00pm. Please note management reserves the right to interpret the dress code.
How we behave
Members of the Coomealla Memorial Sporting Club are responsible for the conduct of their guests whilst on the Club premises. Guests are required to maintain a high standard of conduct while in the Club. Conduct prejudicial to the interests of the Club could lead to suspension. The Coomealla Memorial Sporting Club is committed to the Responsible Service of Alcohol and members or guests intoxicated or unsuitably dressed will be requested to leave the premises.
*As per the Liquor Act 2007, Significant penalties can apply to anyone selling or supplying liquor to a minor in NSW, including: on-the-spot penalty notice of $1,100. court imposed fines of up to $11,000 and/or 12 months imprisonment. the suspension or cancellation. of your liquor licence