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With the Sandhurst Club to vote on the issue tomorrow night, The Advertiser spoke to four regional Victorian clubs about their transition from gentlemen's clubs to "twin-gender" clubs. Clubs in Ballarat, Geelong, Hamilton and Warrnambool have all changed to allow women to as full members. Most changed their rules in the s, with The Ballaarat Club the most recent to change, in Club members contacted by The Advertiser agreed the changes have been for the best, but they sympathised with the Sandhurst Club.
Enjoy the best country racing has to offer as a member of the Warrnambool Racing Club. The 'bool is the best venue in Australia to watch jumps racing and members enjoy the best vantage spots and hospitality offers.
As a member of the Warrnambool Racing Club, you'll receive reciprocal rights on non-feature race days at the following clubs in Australia. It is advised that members contact the relevant Racing Club in advance to find out entry terms and conditions and further reciprocal rights. The Warrnambool Racing Club enforces a strict neat casual policy on all race days where member facilities are open. Management reserves the right to use its discretion and refuse any member or their guest access to the member's stand, if they are deemed to be dressed inappropriately.
Men: Gentlemen are required to wear a collared shirt with pants or dress shorts. Dress shoes or sandals to be worn. Ties and jackets are only required for race day dining during the Warrnambool May Racing Carnival.
Women: Ladies are required to follow the neat casual dress code. Hats or fascinators are encouraged on feature race days, particularly during the May Racing Carnival. Get your heart racing at the Warrnambool Racing Club and enjoy entry and outstanding benefits during the racing season.
Jumpouts Track Information Training Facilities. Become a proud member of the 'bool racing season memberships are available now! Reciprocal Rights. Member's Dress Code.
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