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Hotels & Restaurants
Hotels & Restaurants

For the comfort of all patrons, a minimum dress standard of smart casual attire and footwear is required at all times, irrespective of fashion trends. Patrons and guests are permitted entry to the hotel and restaurants where their overall appearance is deemed suitable for entry, and does not:

 

  1. Bear offensive slogans or pictures
  2. Present a security risk
  3. Appear ripped, dirty, soiled or untidy
  4. Present a health and safety hazard

 

Management reserves the right to refuse entry to any person at its discretion.

Gaming Floor
Gaming Floor

Patrons and guests in possession of, displaying, or wearing any of the following items are prohibited from entry to the gaming floor unless a provision for exemption applies:

 

  1. Headwear regardless of style or size
  2. Camouflage clothing
  3. Any form of work boot
  4. Any form of footwear where a steel cap is fitted
  5. Wearing rubber thongs after 6pm
  6. Security uniforms
  7. Sleeveless tops are permitted entry when the overall appearance is deemed suitable for entry to the Casino.
  8. Uncovered tattoos on the face, neck or head (tattoos must not be visible)
  9. Any form of disguise, including face paint
  10. Swimwear
  11. Backpack, knapsack or luggage
  12. Shopping bags, parcels, cartons or containers where: the item is larger than A3 in size; is unable to be inspected prior to entry; or where items are carried in numbers deemed to be excessive so as to inconvenience other patrons and guests

 

Management reserves the right to refuse entry to any person at its discretion.

VIP Gaming Room
VIP Gaming Room

Our VIP Gaming rooms provide a premium and exclusive experience for our invited guests. To maintain this, we ask that guests adhere to a minimum dress code of smart casual attire and footwear, irrespective of fashion trends.

 

The following will result in access being declined on this occasion.

 

  1. Headwear regardless of style or size (exceptions made on special events)
  2. Camouflage or cargo style clothing
  3. Revealing clothing
  4. Clothing bearing offensive slogans or pictures
  5. Any form of work boots including footwear fitted with steel caps
  6. Rubber thongs
  7. Sports Jerseys (exceptions made on special events)
  8. Workwear or Security uniforms
  9. Sleeveless tops, singlets or tank tops (guests may be permitted to wear sleeveless tops when the overall appearance is deemed suitable)
  10. Uncovered tattoos on the face, neck or head (tattoos must not be visible)
  11. Any form of disguise, including face paint or surgical masks
  12. Gym wear, training wear, beachwear and swimwear
  13. Dirty or unkempt footwear
  14. Dirty or unkempt appearance including torn or ripped clothing
  15. Backpack, knapsack or luggage including shopping bags, parcels, cartons or containers where: the item is larger than A3 in size; is unable to be inspected prior to entry; or where items are carried in numbers deemed to be excessive to inconvenience other guests

 

Management Reserves the right to refuse entry to any person at any time at its sole discretion.

Entry ID Requirements
Entry ID Requirements

Patrons must be 18 years and over to enter the Casino and purchase Alcohol on property. Please see acceptable forms of ID required.

 

Liquor Act 1992 - SECT 6

 

Acceptable evidence of age

 

(1) For this Act, acceptable evidence of the age of a person is a document, issued to the person, that—

(a) is 1 of the following—

(i) an adult proof of age card;

(ii) a recognised proof of age card;

(iii) an Australian driver licence;

(iv) a foreign driver licence;

(v) an Australian or foreign passport; and

(b) is current; and

(c) bears a photo of the person; and

(d) indicates, by reference to the person's date of birth or otherwise, the person has attained a particular age.

(2) In this section—

adult proof of age card see the Adult Proof of Age Card Act 2008, section 5.

Australian driver licence see the Transport Operations (Road Use Management) Act 1995, schedule 4.

authorised entity means—

(a) an entity of the Commonwealth or another State performing functions similar to the functions of the chief executive under the Adult Proof of Age Card Act 2008; or

(b) an entity—

(i) approved by an entity mentioned in paragraph (a) to issue documents used as evidence of the age of persons; and

(ii) approved, in writing, by the commissioner.

foreign driver licence see the Transport Operations (Road Use Management) Act 1995, schedule 4.

recognised proof of age card means a document issued to a person, by an authorised entity, for the purpose of evidencing the age of the person