Club Policies

Upholding a high standard

Dress Code

The Club has a strict business dress code that must be adhered to. On Fridays however, The Club does permit our members and guests to wear neat jeans as part of our casual Friday’s dress code. 

Minimum Standards: Monday-Thursday

  • Gentlemen: Smart business attire. This includes: Tailored trousers, long sleeve collared business shirt.
  • Ladies: Smart business attire. This includes: Tailored trousers, long sleeve collared business shirt, business skirt/dress. 

Minimum Standards: Friday

  • Gentlemen: Tailored trousers, long sleeve collared business shirt. Neat dress jeans are accepted (no holes or rips).
  • Ladies: Smart attire appropriate to the dress requirement of the gentlemen

The following is not acceptable

  • Denim, shorts, flip flops, short sleeved shirts, casual shirts, runners and boat shoes.


If desired, members may contribute to the Employee Gratuity Fund at the end of the year.


Members are permitted to invite guests into The Club at any time, although their names must be entered into the Visitors Sign In Book. Guests must remain with the member, and members are responsible for the payment of guest charges. Please note, per the by-laws, guests are expected to lodge their own membership application if they come as a guest more than three times in a calendar year.

Laptops, Tablet PCs, PDAs, iPads, Mobile Phones.

Laptops and similar equipment, along with mobile phones may be used within The Club in a limited manner. This policy is intended to both ensure privacy and minimize disturbance to fellow members.

Member and guest phones are to be put on "silent" or "off" when entering The Club. If a member or guest needs to answer a call to move to the front entrance of The Club and answer the call discreetly, taking care not to impinge on the quiet enjoyment of other members and their guests.

Please note: The Western Australian Club takes no responsibility for any electronic items damaged or lost while on Club property.


Club members and their guests are asked to refrain from photography in The Club, except on holidays and special events as determined by the Club Committee.

Professional photographers are permitted to take photographs only in areas designated for the private event. Media (television, radio, press or video) representatives must obtain permission from the Club's President or Business Manager prior to entering the Club.


Australian government laws do not permit smoking in public areas and therefore The Western Australian Club has a no-smoking policy.

Club Events' Cancellation Policy

Please note that two business days' notice is required for cancellations of all Club events in order for us to issue members & guests with a refund or a credit.


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