House Policy - The Lion Richlands
The Lion Richlands adheres to the following policies and procedures:
The following governs the basis of The Lion Richlands Dress Regulations:
- Smart / Casual
- Neat and tidy
Not Permitted at any time:
- Offensive Clothing
- Dirty Clothing
- Bare Feet (including children)
- Swimwear / Wetsuits
- No bare chest
- No Hats / Headwear *Unless for a medical condition
*Hi-Vis clothing is permitted up until 6pm.
*Thongs & Sandals are permitted throughout the Club at all times.
- “Intoxicated persons” are not permitted by law to be served on these premises and will be asked to leave
- Indecent, violent or quarrelsome conduct will not be tolerated for any reason.
- Vandalism in any form will not be tolerated.
- All liquor to be opened (seal broken) by bar staff.
- No alcohol is to be brought on to premises.
- No alcohol is to leave premises.
- Prohibited drugs will not be tolerated on the premises.
- Patrons under the influence of prohibited drugs are not welcome.
- Patrons must produce valid identification upon request by any staff member.
- Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied at all times by a parent or guardian.
- Children under the age of 18 are not permitted in the immediate vicinity of any bar gambling area ,as determined by The Lion Richlands Employees.
Although our courtesy bus is no longer available due to an accident in early April, management and staff wish to encourage safe transport options. We will be happy to call a taxi for any patrons requiring one.
In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, The Lion Richlands has introduced specific safety measures in an effort to safeguard the health, safety and wellbeing of persons attending our venue.
It is in the interest of everyone attending The Lion to comply with the safety measures that have been put in place. Therefore, management reserves the right to refuse entry to, or remove from, The Lion Richlands any individual not complying with these safety measures.
The safety measures that are being and have been introduced are intended to minimise the risk of contracting the Covid-19 virus, but this risk cannot be completely eradicated. Visitors enter The Lion Richlands at their own risk.