WELCOME TO LAKE MONGER RECREATION CLUB
Come and experience one of Perth’s friendliest recreational clubs, whether your interest is in a game of bowls or simply to enjoy the club facilities and relaxed social environment.
The Club will be closed on Sunday 25 & Monday 26 April for Anzac Day.
Coffee by the Lake
Coffee, Cakes, toasted sandwiches and Ice-creams.
Take aways, or you are more than welcome to sit and enjoy the ambience of Lake Monger.
We are dog friendly if you are taking your dog for a walk.
Our prices are very affordable.
For walking and cycling and any groups we very much appreciate you giving us notice. This makes your experience more enjoyable.
QR Codes and Mandatory Contact Registers
Dear Members and friends of Lake Monger Recreation Club;
WA has done extraordinarily well in managing COVID-19, making us one of the most fortunate communities in the world – the state’s economy is strong, venues are trading with few restrictions and we haven’t had community transmission of COVID-19 in many months. As our borders become more relaxed new protocols are being put in place.
Starting, Saturday 5 December, mandatory contact registers will be required for all WA venues.
Lake Monger Recreation Club require all patrons and staff to “register” when you visit our venue. This can be done via the use of the SafeWA App, or use our paper-based registration.
The Australian Hospitality Association has worked with the WA Government to ensure that if contact tracing was to be required, it did not impose an unreasonable burden on hospitality venues and staff. The result is the SafeWA app – a Government-funded and operated QR code system that is user-friendly.
Data will be encrypted at the point of capture, stored securely and only be accessible by authorised Department of Health contact tracing personnel should COVID-19 tracing be needed. This means the Department of Health can “trace” quicker and keep people safe.
Contact tracing will ensure that we are as prepared as possible to respond to any future cases that may emerge. It is critical for the hospitality industry that any new cases are detected early to prevent any widespread shutdown, as we have seen in other states. Such shutdowns cause incredible economic damage and threaten thousands of jobs.
We continue to ask you not to come to the Club if you are unwell and to continue to practice physical distancing and good personal hygiene.
Let’s work together to keep Lake Monger Recreation Club a safe and healthy place that we can all enjoy.
We thank you in anticipation of your compliance.
All are welcome on Saturday May 15th from 10.30 onwards to join in on a range of activities. This event is a fundraiser for WA Deaf, and supported by Lake Monger Recreation Club. If you have any enquiries, please feel free to give Christine or Peter a call on 9387...
Club Secretary, Christine Hill accepts the Maxima Recognition Award 2021 presented by Taylahr Battersby from Maxima Joblink in recognition of the Outstanding Contribution and Ongoing Commitment to Diversity and inclusion in the Workplace. Congratulations to staff and...
Join us for a game of Sunset Bowls. All are welcome. Enjoy the last of this beautiful Autumn weather. Wednesday 21 April 6pm - 8pm. New people most welcome. We are only charging $2.00 so please come along and have a go!