The Goulburn Soldiers Club is a registered COVID safe venue, practising all of the appropriate COVID safe measures. To ensure our venue remains a safe place for you to enjoy, these measures are regularly updated to adhere to the changing policies directed by the Australian Government, NSW health and ClubsNSW.
The safety and wellbeing of our staff and patrons is our number one priority.

Although we are open and happily operating, it is not business as usual and a number of policies have been implemented

  • A reduced venue capacity of 1352 patrons.
  • It is essential to sign in and out of the club when visiting our venue.
  • If you are feeling unwell, or presenting with the mildest of symptoms do not enter.
  • All patrons must adhere to social distancing regulations
  • All directional signage must be followed.
  • Good hygiene practises, including good hand and sneeze hygiene will be followed at all times whilst in the venue.

We have a number of friendly COVID Marshalls around the club at all times to guide you through the current changes. These Marshalls have your health and wellbeing as their number one priority and are continuously doing their best to keep our venue clean and safe.
Our Marshalls are tasked with ensuring compliance of social distancing rules, answering questions or concerns, promoting good personal hygiene, and regularly cleaning and sanitizing our venue.
Please follow our Marshall’s instructions at all times and help us to keep our community safe


COVID-19 SAFETY PLAN (29/03/21 update)

Venue capacity is 1352

The Goulburn Soldiers Club has developed this COVID-19 Safety Plan to comply with the current Public Health Orders in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic and to manage risks (including COVID-19) to staff and other people in accordance with the Work Health and Safety Act 2011.

Wellbeing of staff and customers

Staff and customers who are unwell will be excluded from the premises.

Staff are provided with information and training on COVID-19, including when to get tested, physical distancing, wearing masks and cleaning.  Staff will be trained in the process of how to collect and store contact details of patrons.

Conditions of entry including requirements to stay away if unwell will be displayed.

RSL Sub Branch and Legacy have completed COVID-19 Safety Plans to capture contact details for customers entering their offices.

Physical distancing: 

Capacity will not exceed one patron per 2 square metres.  

We support 1.5m physical distancing by limiting the capacity of the venue in accordance with the density limit in the Public Health Order of one patron per two square metres.  

It is not practicable to separate tables and chairs such that there will be 1.5m physical distance between seated groups, however physical distancing will be supported by complying with the density limit in the Public Health Order.

Our club will support 1.5m physical distance between gaming machines players by limiting the capacity of the gaming area in accordance with the density limit in the Public Health Order of one patron per two square metres.  It is not practical to space out gaming machines to support 1.5 metres physical distance between players, however physical distancing will be supported by complying with the density limit in the Public Health Order.

Hygiene and cleaning: 

Hand hygiene facilities are available at club entry and exit, at all counters and in all restrooms.  

Bathrooms are well stocked with hand soap and warm dryers.  

Tabatinga Kidsplay is cleaned daily.

Frequently touched areas and surfaces will be cleaned several times per day with a detergent or disinfectant solution or wipe. 

Natural ventilation will be increased in Poppys by opening doors when weather allows.

Record Keeping

Contact details of customers, staff and contractors are captured on entry to the Club via ServiceNSW QR Code as well as electronically via the Club sign in system and maintained for 28 days.

If contacted in relation to a positive case of COVID-19 at the Club, we will cooperate with NSW Health and provide records within 4 hours and notify SafeWork NSW on 13 10 50.

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