Benefits & Fees
Our members are incredibly important to us here at Kiama Golf Club, so we strive to make sure that there are benefits which can be utilised by all our members.
Such benefits include the following:
- Access to the best all weather course in the Illawarra.
- Free social golf for full golf members 7 days a week.
- Free professional entertainment in the Club’s main lounge
- Members discounts at our Bar and Golf Shop
- Raffles every Thursday, Friday and Sunday
- Entry in a variety of members draws including jackpot draws.
- Point accumulation that can be redeemed at the club.
- Professional bar service and facilities that cater for all requirements.
- Mystics bistro for all your dinning needs.
- Full functioning coffee shop open seven days a week.
- A family friendly inclusive environment for all ages.
- Knowledge that you are contributing directly to the development of the Kiama community.
|1 Year Social Membership with Bonus||$12|
|2 Years Social Membership with Bonus||$20|
|5 Years Social Membership with Bonus||$40|
|Full golfing member Pro rata fees apply from April||July $420|
|Cadet member (18-21)||July $110|
|Junior member (12-17)||July $45|
|Sub-junior (under 12)||$40|
Your membership to Kiama Golf Club must be renewed every year. Our membership year runs from 1st February to the 31st January. This is also the clubs financial year.
Towards the end of each financial year, we will send you a letter reminding you that your membership is due for renewal. The quickest way to renew is to come to the club and speak to our friendly staff who can renew your membership on the spot however if this is not possible please contact our reception staff for alternatives. Fees will depend on your type of membership.
And don’t worry, there’s no need to take another photo, we can simply reprint you a new card.
Club house rules and presentation
Non-members are always welcome at Kiama Golf Club, however, being a licensed club, we require anyone living within a 5 kilometre radius of the club to be a member OR be signed by a member to gain access.
If you live outside that 5km range you can sign in as a visitor at reception. The same applies if you are visiting from overseas or interstate. Our friendly staff will greet you at reception and help you sign in.
Acceptable -Neat, clean & tidy clothing, Women’s & men’s dress sandals, Dress shirts without collar
Not Acceptable -Golf Spikes Hats & helmets, Swimwear, Singlets, Bike shorts, Training Apparel, Faded or Frayed Clothing
Social membership is just $12 a year.
To learn more about Club rules for Visitors on the Liquor & Gaming NSW website click here.
Club rules for visitors
Many people attempt to enter a licenced club without being aware there are entry requirements imposed by the Registered Clubs Act 1976 and the clubs’ own rules.
A visitor can enter a club that allows temporary membership if they meet any of the following criteria:
- They reside more than 5 kilometres from the club, or
- Member of another club that has similar objectives, or
- Member of another club and invited to attend an organised sporting event.
Usually, you sign in and given a temporary membership (except if you are attending a sporting event).
Visitors should present photo ID (such as a drivers licence) with current address. Also, some clubs may apply a greater distance than 5km.
If you are attending a function, such as a wedding, those guests who are not eligible to enter as temporary members can usually enter as guests of a member attending the wedding. But the club’s rules may limit the number of guests a member can sign in. The club should make the function organiser aware of the rules at the time of booking.
Clubs can limit the number of times a person can be admitted as a temporary member through their club policy, to encourage people who use the club to have a sense of ownership of the club and be bound by its rules. When you are a member you can sign in your guests.
Families in our club
We love having families and kids in our club however because we are a Registered Club there are some restrictions on where kids can go within the club as well as the need to have appropriate supervision as noted under the Registered Clubs act and as a matter of courtesy to other club users. Please talk to our friendly staff for more information.
Persons must be 18 years or over to enter most areas of a licenced club.
Minors can enter designated areas, as approved, including alcohol-free functions. See entry for minors.
Minors are not permitted to enter gaming machine area.