Dress Code 2018-01-09T02:32:50+00:00

Dress Code

Upstairs Members Areas and Functions

Include:

  • Members Lounge Level 2
  • The Boardroom
  • Skyline Restaurant
  • Skyline Mezzanine
  • Gold Coast Event Centre
  • The Gallery
  • Corporate Suites
  • The Dome
  • Winners Circle
  • Paradise Room

Ladies

Permitted:

  • Dresses and skirts
  • Dress trousers
  • One-Piece outfits with dress trousers or shorts around knee length
  • Neat outfits with contemporary standards
  • Cocktail attire

Gentlemen

  • Suits
  • Long sleeved collared button shirts
  • Dress pants with belt
  • Dress shoes
  • Optional jacket or blazer

Not Accepted Upstairs Members Areas and Functions

  • Sports tops with logos
  • Caps
  • Shorts
  • Singlets or Shirts without collars
  • Tracksuits
  • Thongs, Sandals, Sandshoes, Runners, Skate or Street Shoes
  • Fancy Dress
  • No bare midriffs
  • Other clothing considered non-cocktail

Downstairs members Areas

Include:

  • Rails Bar
  • Prime Ministers Bar
  • Betting Ring

Permitted:

  • Upstairs Members Area Approved Attire
  • Dress Jeans and Dress Shorts are permitted in our Downstairs Members Area

  • Racing hats and shirts with stable colours
  • Long or short sleeved collared shirt
  • Closed dress shoes

Not Accepted Downstairs Members Areas

  • No dishevelled or torn jeans
  • Sports tops with logos
  • Caps
  • Singlets or Shirts without collars
  • Tracksuits
  • Thongs, Sandals, Sandshoes, Runners, Skate or Street Shoes
  • Fancy Dress
  • No bare midriffs

House Policies

Aquis Park reserves the right to request any patron to adhere to our House Policies whilst attending any event or race day. They include:

  • Request a patron to cover visible tattoos

  • The removal of inappropriate jewellery

  • The removal of inappropriate fancy dress

  • Removal or covering of inappropriate clothing

  • Remove inappropriate props
  • Give access to any bags for inspection

Refusal to adhere to these rules may result in a patron being asked to leave the premises.
At their own discretion, the club may hold promotions involving clothing outside the agreed dress code.