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The Club is here for the use and enjoyment of all residents.

To comply with the Community Association by-laws and in order to ensure the enjoyment of all, there are a number of policies and procedures for the Country Club.

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Country Club Guide »
Breakfast Point Country Club is managed by the community. All profits are put back into the community to better the club facilities and services.

Country Club Rules »
The Country Club and other venues have been provided for the enjoyment and relaxation of members and their guests. To ensure that your visit and that of others is a pleasant and memorable experience, we ask that you observe a few simple rules.

Venue Hire Policy »
Community Association DP 270347 offers venues, activities and commercial space for rent or hire for a specific time or period. The purpose of this policy is to identify these venues, commercial spaces or activities and outline their terms of use. Venue hire fees are reviewed annually.

Admin Building Application Form »
To identify the user groups and booking process for the Admin Building and Mulberry Hill meeting room located on Magnolia Drive, Breakfast Point.

Admin Building Waiver Form »
Special interest groups wishing to hold a meeting or event that serves alcohol must submit an Administration Building Waiver Form to the Club Manager.

BBQ Booking Form »
The BBQ area is seen as an extension of a residents’ outdoor balcony and/or outdoor recreational area. The BBQ area is to allow residents to cook and entertain friends and family in an informal environment.

Country Club Privacy Policy »
This policy outlines how Breakfast Point Country Club, an entity of Community Association DP 270347 collects, uses, keeps secure and discloses personal information. It also acknowledges that individuals have a right to know what information an organisation holds on them together with a right to correcting that information if it is inaccurate.

Country Club Charter »
The Breakfast Point Community Association DP 270347 has established sub-committees to support the Executive Committee. This Charter provides the framework for the operation and conduct of the Country Club Sub-Committee (CCSC).

Commercial Filming at Breakfast Point »
To outline the approval process and fees associated with commercial filming at Breakfast Point,


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