bus to bring people to the clubAt the end of the very large car park a sign welcomes you
and on it's other side thanks you for visiting.
The club looks a bit like a ship with round 'porthole' windows.
In side as well as several bars, and pokies, there is a Mexican restaurant,
a large no frills restaurant
serving limited food and desserts.
It's got a very Australian rural club atmosphere. Prices for members are about 10% less than for visitors but they're still cheap.
Meals are quite large. I had fish and chips with a bowl of vegetables.Four fillets of red skin snapper, lightly battered, were delicate, moist flavoursome and very fresh. There was plenty of commercial tartar sauce. Vegetables were a little, but not grossly, over cooked Chips were crisp. That, including gratis tea and coffee was a very decent meal for $16.50.
Comments: Solid food at fair prices.
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