Dress Code

All members, guests and children are required to be dress reasonably and in an acceptable standard of smart casual dress at all times. All clothing and footwear must be clean and in good repair. The following is not permitted except as specified:


  • Headwear is not permitted inside the premises (exceptions made for the specific purpose of promotions or entertainment contracted by and approved by the Manager or on approved religious, medical or ceremonial grounds).
  • Clean work clothes are permitted in the main bar area up until 7.00pm.
  • Singlets.
  • Any clothing displaying offensive material.
  • No torn or worn clothing.


  • Transparent clothing, singlet tops or tops exposing the midriff or bust.
  • Revealing dresses or skirts.
  • Shorts that are not of a dress nature.
  • Swimwear.
  • Any clothing displaying offensive material.

Children must be tidily dressed and are to wear shoes at all times. All clothing and footwear must be clean and in good repair.



Any persons heard using obscene or objectionable language within the Club will be cited to appear before the Board of Directors. Management reserves the right to refuse entry to any person or ask them to leave the Club at any time.


An important Responsible Service of Alcohol Message. The responsible service of alcohol is taken very seriously by the club. Our staff must strictly enforce the responsible service of alcohol and if you are showing the signs of intoxication you will be asked to leave the club in accordance with government legislation.

We want everyone who comes to Moree Service Club to have a good time and as such we have developed a responsible service of alcohol message with some practical advice. R.S.A On Your Way reflects our responsibility as a licensed venue.

R.S.A On Your Way tips for a good night out:

  • Drink wisely! Your drinking can affect others and spoil a good night out.
  • Set a limit! Think about your next drink. There is a range of non and low-alcoholic beverages and a variety of food choice available.
  • Be a designated driver! Take turns and stay safe. Look after your mates and let them know when they have had enough.