ACCESS TO THE COURSE:
Course access is available to all patrons with a general admission ticket. Patrons are to stay outside the ropes and follow the marshals' instructions when crossing the fairways at the designated crossing points. Pass-outs are not available.
Please ensure, while out on course, that your phone is switched to silent as the use of mobile phones on course can distract the players.
Disability access is available at the venue. There will be a roped-off area near the 18th green for anyone with a disability and their carer. The pathway around the clubhouse is slightly undulating; however wheelchair access to the Tournament Village adjacent to the 18th hole and practice areas is available
GATE OPENING/CLOSING TIMES:
Tuesday – Friday: (Gates open at 6:00am and will close approximately half an hour after play concludes)
Saturday – Sunday: (Gates open at 6:30am and will close approximately half an hour after play concludes)
CATERING ON COURSE:
There will be catering available in the central tournament area, as well as various roaming outlets on course near and around the clubhouse.
Official Emirates Australian Open merchandise will be sold in the Crest Link merchandise marquee located in the vicinity of the Central Tournament area.
Grandstand seating is free to the public and is advised to all patrons that is a "first in, best dressed" basis on gaining a seat.
ELECTRONIC SUPER SCREENS:
The screens will be located in the central tournament area to keep all spectators up to date.
St John Ambulance personnel are located adjacent to the clubhouse.
The information booth located next in the central tournament area. Staff will be able to provide patrons with the daily draw sheet and offer assistance with general enquiries.
DAILY DRAW SHEETS:
The daily draw sheet will be made available at the entrance of the course and the information booth located in the central tournament area.
The Official Emirates Australian Open program will be on sale at the information booth located in the central tournament area and at the front gate entrance on Kent Road.
ATM’s will be available in the vicinity of the Championship Village.
A golf tournament can still continue in raining conditions. If the weather is potentially dangerous to players and patrons, a siren will sound and play will be suspended. If the siren sounds, patrons are advised to seek shelter immediately and avoid; open areas, hill top and other high places, isolated trees, golf carts, grandstands, telephone poles, metal or wire fences, metal stakes and TV towers.
LOST AND FOUND:
Lost property can be handed in and collected from the information booth located next to the practice putting green.
CAMERAS / DIGITAL / VIDEO CAMERAS:
Cameras,of all types, are strictly prohibited during play. Only those with official media accreditation are able to take photographs or videos.
Audio or video equipment, cameras, televisions, radios or any noise producing devices, large eskies or milk crates or step ladders, signs, posters or banners, firearms, weapons or explosives etc, alcoholic beverages or glass bottles, bicycles, pets