Newspaper article Sunshine Coast Sunday (Maroochydore, Australia)

Readers Debate If It Is Fair for Mooloolaba Surf Club to Refuse to Join with All Other Sunshine Coast Clubs in Offering Reciprocal Entry

Newspaper article Sunshine Coast Sunday (Maroochydore, Australia)

Readers Debate If It Is Fair for Mooloolaba Surf Club to Refuse to Join with All Other Sunshine Coast Clubs in Offering Reciprocal Entry

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Weekends are okay

WHY is it then, any Tom, Dick and Harry can enter the club for breakfast on weekends without being a member at Mooloolaba or any club for that matter?

The public should have the right to enter any surf club, without being a member.

Other clubs around Australia that don't rely on pokie funds allow public patrons to enter as a social day member.

tony_spinks from Mooloolaba

Tourists get in free

SUPPORTERS Club committee member for the past 13 years Ian Blain says C[pounds sterling]it's never ever been an issueC[yen].

Yes it has, you just told us you've tried it and don't like it.

BTW, how fair is it on your precious members the high number of free entries tourists and members' guests account for each year? Suggest you put a stop to that smartly.

skippy from Tanawha

Entry denied not fair

MY FAMILY and I decided to go there for lunch one day.

(We) were denied entry due to the same reason. We then asked if we could join there and then only to be told we could join but would not be able to enter until we received our membership. …

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