Club Facilities

The Whitsundays are known for the friendly people who live here as much as they are for their beauty - so why not stay a while? The Whitsunday Sailing Club has all the facilities required to ensure your trip is smooth sailing!

  • All-weather and all-tide boat ramp
  • All-weather dinghy basin
  • Boat storage facilities
  • Careening Poles for Emergency Use
  • Grassed rigging area
  • Hard stand area
  • Internet access
    Available to temporary and full members
  • Laundry facilities
    Coin operated washing machine and dryer are located downstairs on the eastern side of the clubhouse.  The machines are operated by two $1 coins.
  • Car Parking
    Public car parking is at the entrance of the club and is limited to 4 hours for guests
  • Protected launching beach
  • Protected launching ramp
  • Showers and toilets
    Showers are available in the downstairs section of the clubhouse.
  • Fresh Water
    Tapwater is available adjacent to the top of the launching ramp – the club is charged for water so please respect usage. Taps are also situated at the Rotary shelter shed next to the clubhouse and at the shelter on the main beach.
  • Postal Mail
    Mail received for visiting yachtsmen is placed in the foyer
  • Noticeboards
    The club noticeboards are available for members to post "for sale" advertisements.  A fee of $1 is payable to the front office for ads to be displayed.  Please date these cards and remove once sold.  Messages or Crew Requirement notices can be written in the book in the foyer of the clubhouse.

When it's time for a drink and a meal....

The Whitsunday Sailing Club bar and bistro is open seven days a week for lunch and dinner and offers restaurant meals at club prices.

Pop on over to the Dining & Social section for a taste of what's on offer, as well as opening times and entertainment.

Dress regulations

Neat, clean attire is required at all times - tropical, casual clothes are acceptable. Footwear must be worn at all times in the clubhouse - thongs (otherwise known as "flip flops", or "Jandals") are acceptable

Men must remove hats or caps when at the bar - the penalty is shouting the bar, so be warned! After 6pm, clean, casual attire and footwear is the minimum requirement. No work clothes or mens singlets are allowed after 6pm.