Frequently Asked QuestionsWhat should I wear when visiting my Club?
We are always happy to see our members and guests; however we request that your appearance be clean, tidy and respectful at all times. Click here for more information on what is not acceptable for entry to Richmond Club.
Why do non-members need to show ID with an address?
This is to prove where they live. Under the registered Clubs Act anyone residing within a 5 km radius of a registered club needs to be a member in order to enter the Club.
Members can sign guests in, however the guest needs to show proof of identity and residency.
Anyone living more than 5 km from a Club is granted temporary membership status for their visit and must show proof of identity.
Can we bring our own food to the Club?
Excepting infants and those with medical conditions, food cannot be brought into the club to be consumed on the premises. Please check with Reception if you have further concerns.
Birthday cakes may be brought onto premises if you have booked a party function in Arcadia Party Zone.
What time can children stay at the club until?
Children under 18 years of age must be off premises by 10pm every night - this includes the Arcadia Entertainment zone. All children must be under the supervision of an adult at all times. They are not allowed to approach a liquor bar area or the gaming floor. Please observe any signage regarding restricted areas, or ask any of our staff if in doubt.
How do I make a booking at the club's Wanderest Travellers Park?
Bookings can be made directly with reception in person (open 9am to midnight 7 days), or via phone 4578 1144. We unfortunately cannot take email or website bookings at this time. Details here
When will we be able to use our Richmond Club cards at Richmond Golf Club to gain points and pay by points?
You may use your Richmond Club membership card at Bistro Smiles located in the Golf Club. The Pro Shop and bar operate on a different system which means Richmond Club cards cannot be used there.
Golf Club members currently get competition winnings or prizes put on their Golf Club cards which can be used in the Pro Shop and the bar. These two systems will be compatible in the very near future.
Where can I get RSA and RCG training?
Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) and Responsible Conduct of Gambling (RCG) registered certificate courses are held by the Centre for Training. Contact Centre for Training on 9499 3737 or 0404 585 096 to find a course in the Hawkesbury.