Due to the recent announcement from the NSW Government, we would like to ensure our Members are aware that the SS&A ‘like all clubs’ are subject to NSW Government guidance and Public Health Orders.

The health directives at this stage under the NSW Roadmap, state that entry will only be permissible to those who show proof that they are fully vaccinated or medically exempt
(not applicable to under 16 years of age).  

Once a members vaccination certificate is sighted by our staff, their vaccination status will be updated to their membership and they will only need to show the certificate once.

Should members wish to show their vaccination certificates to our staff prior to Monday 11th October, their vaccination status can be updated in advance for an easier transition on Monday 11th October.

All club facilities will continue to be available

If you would like more information in regards to vaccination certificates please follow the links provided

NSW reopening Road Map



After completing the steps to prove vaccination status the sign-in process to the club will take place as it has been prior to October 11

Please be advised that the NSW Government has announced the following restrictions for all patrons at the SS&A

  • Residents who reside in LGA’s that are still under lockdown orders won’t be permitted entry to the venue
  • 1 in 2 metre Capacity rule now applies
  • Patrons can drink while standing inside the club
  • Patrons are required to wear masks unless eating or drinking. Please wear your mask or have your medical certificate explaining your exemption to wearing a mask with you. If you do not and refuse to wear a mask, you will risk being refused entry. We have disposable masks available for members and guests at each entry.
  • Dance floors are open
  • No singing is permitted

 The NSW Government has made it mandatory for all venue to use the Service NSW QR code to check-in our patrons. We will be implementing this in addition to our current sign-in practices.

This change follows a recent Public Health Order and announcement from Premier Gladys Berejiklian regarding updated COVID-19 contact tracing requirements. In the Premier’s announcement, she again urged people visiting venues to “check-in” using the Service NSW app.

Members will still be required to sign in to the club using the MemberSafe kiosks and guest will still be required to sign in to the venue with their valid ID. This will be in addition to checking in via the Service NSW app.

Signage containing the Service NSW QR code will be made available at the reception desks and around the club to help with the check-in process. Staff will be able to assist with the check-in process and manually sign patrons who can not do so.

Why are my details being captured when I attend a COVID Safe business? 
To protect the people of NSW and ensure NSW Health can quickly contact people in the event of a COVID-19 outbreak, under the Public Health Order, Registered Clubs are required to keep a record of all staff, visitors and contractors that have attended the premises. The information will only be used to trace COVID-19 infections if they occur.

What is the COVID Safe Check-in feature? 
The COVID Safe Check-In is a new feature on the Service NSW app which provides a contactless method – a QR code – to record your visit to COVID Safe businesses.

What is a QR code? 
A QR code is like a barcode. When signing into a COVID Safe business, you can Scan the OR code from your phone and that will provide a link to Service NSW. Alternatively, you can log in to the Service NSW app to scan the business’ QR code provided to the SS&A by the NSW Government.

How do I scan the QR code?  
Customers can scan the QR code by selecting the camera function on their phone and holding it over the QR code until a link to Service NSW appears at the top of the screen. Follow the link and the prompts to check-in. Customers can also log in or download the Service NSW app, select the COVID Safe Check-in tile from the homepage, and follow the prompts to scan the QR Code and sign in.

What if I don’t have a smartphone?
In situations where you do not own or have in your possession a smartphone, a staff member will assist in signing you in from an online Service NSW page.

For what purpose will my information be used? 
Service NSW will only collect your name, contact details (as available on your MyServiceNSW Account), and date and time of entry so that NSW Health may contact you for contact tracing, should it be necessary.

What if I don’t want to provide my details? 
Some businesses are required to record customers’ contact details under the Public Health Order, to assist with any contact tracing that may be necessary. Under the Order, you’re required to provide your details upon entry to these businesses. If you choose not to provide your details, you’ll be refused entry.

Hand Sanitising Station will be located around the club for your convenience. We encourage regular hand washing.
The club has added cleaning and sanitising measures to minimise risk and provide a safe environment.

Social Distancing
The Club has been set up to promote Social Distancing.
This includes 1.5-metre distance with seating and machine spacing.
Signage, ropes, and floor stickers to their to guide patrons.
We require patrons to remain seated whilst enjoying the club facilities indoors and follow all
guidance from our staff. Outdoors patrons are allowed to stand while enjoying facilities

Area Limits
The NSW Government have capacity restrictions as 1 person for every 4 square meters. We are well prepared to cater
for our customers within the guidelines.

Facilities Open
Social Café – open daily at 9.30am
Social Dining – Open Lunch 11.30am – 2.00pm Dinner 5.30pm – 8.30pm
Aurum Lounge – Open Daily 9.30am – 3.00am
Locker Room Bar – Open Daily from Midday – Late