Club Callala

For over four decades, Club Callala has functioned as an integral part of the Jervis Bay community. Friendly and inviting, our fully-licensed Club has created the perfect atmosphere to suit your entertainment and recreational needs.

Membership Fees

It’s never been easier to become a member of our club. All you have to do is complete the included membership form. Before you know it, you will be enjoying our updated facilities with your friends and family members!

Option 1

$ 5 00
  • 1 year

Option 2

$ 15 00
  • 3 years

Option 3

$ 25 00
  • 5 years

Members Offers

Enjoy member’s only offers throughout the year

Be sure to swipe your Membership Card each time you visit the Club to earn rewards

Member Rewards Bronze Silver Gold
1-4,999 points 5,000 - 24,999 points 25,000 - 49,999 points
Birthday offer 500 points 1000 points 2500 points
Earn loyalty points
Gift redemption with points
Entry into exclusive members-only promotions
Courtesy bus
Direct marketing
Daily visitation points 10 20 50
Exclusive tier upgrade bonus 1000 points 2500 points
Access to VIP events and offers

Dress Code Regulations House Policy

Club Callala promotes the responsible conduct and dress wear from all its members and guests. As a part of club membership, members and guests are required to wear appropriate clothing and footwear and adhere to the following dress regulations:

Not permitted at any time:

  • Bare feet
  • Swimwear or gym wear
  • Singlets, muscle shirts or sleeveless shirts
  • Short shorts on women
  • Headwear (unless for medical or religious reasons)
  • Dirty work clothes or shoes
  • T-shirts with obscene statements printed on them
  • Ripped or torn clothing is not permitted

We expect all members and guests to have:

  • Neat and tidy appearance
  • Foot wear to be worn at all times

Management reserves the right to determine dress standards. All management decisions are final.

Obscene or Offensive language will not be tolerated.
Continued use of obscene or offensive language could result in you being asked to leave.

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