Billiards Room

With eight full-size superbly maintained tables in a dedicated facility, the Billiards Room is an asset to both the Club and the wider City of Melbourne community. Members have the opportunity join the Club representatives' team and compete in pennant competitions or arrange social billiards and snooker tournaments. 

Three times World Champion, Robby Foldvari, has joined RACV Club as resident billiards and snooker coach. Robby conducts coaching lessons and courses at the City Club on a regular basis. For more information enquire by phone or check the Club Highlights magazine for upcoming coaching sessions.

Bookings and availability
Bookings required. Last booking at 6.30pm. Max. 2 hour sessions.  Members to provide own cues and balls to be collected from the Fitness Centre. 

Equipment
Members must provide their own cues, a limited number of cues are available on request. Balls need to be collected from the Fitness Centre reception and must be returned here at the end of your session to be sanitised.

Checking in
Members are required to complete the QR code at the Fitness Centre before entering the Billiards room.

Food and beverages
Beverage Service available through Carbine service window during opening hours or can be collected from the Bistro outside carbine opening hours. Members are encouraged to bring their own water bottle as the water stations have had to be removed.

Social distancing and personal hygiene
Please practice social distancing in accordance with the current Government guidelines. Please utilise the hand sanitising stations throughout the Club to ensure your own safety, as well as other’s.

Children
Children under the age of 14 are not permitted in the Billiards Room. Minors aged 14 - 18 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Liquor Licensing regulations apply

Billiards Room Dress Code
Smart casual is the minimum dress requirement for entry. The following items are not acceptable: thongs, torn jeans, beach wear, ugg boots, moccasins, singlets, tank tops, sports shorts, torn t-shirts and inappropriate slogans. Polo type ‘collared t-shirts’ are the only acceptable form of ‘t‑shirt’ that can be worn.

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