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Policies

The United Service Club Queensland operates under a comprehensive set of Rules and By-Laws that comprise the Club’s Constitution. Responsibility for governance of all aspects of the Club’s operation is vested in the Club Committee. To view the list of Committee members please click on the following link - Club Committee.

Policies

Club Policies that members and their guests should be mindful of include:

Children

Children under 18 are welcome to attend the Club. Appropriate parental supervision is required.

Cancellation Policy for Club Functions

For the purpose of final catering and staff rostering Members are required to provide at least 24-hours notice of cancellation to attend a Club Function they have previously booked to attend. Failure to provide at least 24-hours notice may result in the Food component for that event being charged to the Member’s account.

Dress Standards

A high standard of dress is expected of Members and guests when using the Club premises. To view the Club’s Dress Code please click on the following link Dress Code.

Guests

Members are encouraged to introduce and entertain their guests at the Club. Guests are to be signed in the Visitor’s Book by their host on arrival at the Club. Guests must conform to the Rules of the Club.

Mobile Telephones

Members are asked to refrain from using mobile telephones in public areas of the Club. Calls can be taken on the front veranda/terrace area or in the phone booth located off lobby. Members expecting urgent calls may leave their mobile telephone at reception for the receptionist to answer and page the member as required.

Membership Cards

Members are requested to carry their membership card as proof identity and financial status when visiting the Club. Cards should be produced when making purchases on a membership account. Replacement and Temporary Cards can be requested at Reception.

Smoking

Government Regulations do not permit smoking in any area of the Club including the veranda and terrace areas of Montpelier and the Green House, where the consumption of food or beverage is provided.