Penrith Panthers prides itself on excellence and its doors are open for Members and their guests. Our dress regulations aim to ensure this standard is maintained for the comfort of all Members with clean and tidy dress required at all times.
Suitable and appropriate clothing is required to be worn when attending any panthers Club. This dress code is reviewed regularly so please check this page for any updates. Contemporary standards and common sense are the grounding principles of the dress code. Club patrons are expected to dress and respect the registered club. National dress, where appropriate is welcomed.
Dress regulations apply to children 15 years and older. Children aged 14 years and younger are required to dress in neat and age appropriate attire.
Club management reserves the right to refuse entry to anyone if, in their opinion, their standard of dress or behaviour is considered unsuitable for any Panthers club.
- Neat and appropriate dress at all times
- No revealing, provocative or immodest clothing
- Clothing / Footwear must not be ragged, unclean, torn or ripped
- General appearance should not be dishevelled or unkempt
- Clothing must not feature offensive messages
- Poor personal hygiene will not be tolerated
- No bare feet at any time
- Fancy dress costumes need to be pre-approved by management
Not permitted at any time:
- Short shorts and miniskirts that expose the buttocks or crotch when walking, sitting or standing
- Motor cycle gang colours & fight apparel
- Bathers, bikini tops or similar beach wear
- Football / soccer or studded boots
- Bandanas, caps & beanies and other forms of non-religious headwear. Medical headwear allowed with Doctors Certificate.
- Jewellery & accessories which can be used as a weapon (i.e. knuckledusters, large dress rings, studded belts / collars)
After 10pm, the following items are not permitted:
- Rubber thongs, gumboots, crocs, scuffs and slippers
- Gentleman are not allowed to wear singlets / sleeveless shirts
- Football shorts
Children are allowed on the Panthers Penrith premises until 11pm each night. The only exception to this rule is New Year’s Eve where they are allowed on the premises until 12:30am.