Welcome to our Club!
Club Totem is located in Balgowlah on Sydney's northern beaches next to the Stockland Shopping Village & residential development in Condamine Street. The Club was formerly known as Manly Warringah Masonic Club which was part of Balgowlah’s Totem Shopping Centre.
We have street level access from Condamine Street, plenty of parking underneath and a lift that brings you right up to our foyer and our restaurant level (lift next to row B on blue level) so you have ease of parking and you can visit in any weather.
We offer fantastic food options at Forty Baskets restaurant. Check out our menus on the dining page. Enjoy great service with our friendly staff happy to serve you at our sports bar and restaurant bar and throughout the Club.
We have 2 function rooms so you can hold your functions or meetings here. The large function room has direct access to the bar and the wall can be pushed back between the 2 rooms to make 1 large room. See our functions page.
Comfy sofas with TV’s, or al fresco tables . . . it’s all here for you and your friends to enjoy.
We are at the heart of Balgowlah Village just up the road from Manly on Sydney's northern beaches and look forward to entertaining you here soon. To join, simply download an application on the Membership page and bring it in to the Club or when you come to the Club membership forms can be processed for you on the spot by our friendly staff. If you live within the 5km radius or even further afield become a member and enjoy the many benefits we have to offer with yearly membership starting from only $5!!
COVID - 19 MEASURES
When you arrive at the Club all patrons will be required to scan the Service NSW QR code. If you are unable to scan you will be required to sign in with ID in the club electronic sign in register.
Please be advised that all persons entering the Club will be required to be double vaccinated for Covid-19 or have a medical exemption. To enter, you will be required to
These conditions will remain in force until 31 January 2022 or until further advised.
Your temperature will be automatically scanned by thermal cameras to ensure it is a normal range.
You will be required to socially distance maintaining a space of 1.5m from other patrons where applicable.
Hand sanitiser is available throughout the club and an enhanced cleaning program is in place.
Please assist us in keeping everyone safe. We look forward to welcoming you back to the Club
Extension to Public Health Order until 31 January 2022
In the interests of continuing to protect employees and patrons, the Club has decided to extend the current Public Health Order and permit entry to the Club only to fully vaccinated people until 31 January 2022. This policy will be reviewed prior to this date and may be discarded or extended by the Board of Directors at their discretion.
The Club made this decision for the following reasons:
The Club has a duty to ensure the health and safety of staff and customers under the Work Health and Safety Act 2011 (NSW), and under general law.
Those who are not fully vaccinated have a higher risk of transmitting the coronavirus to workers and patrons. For instance, the Doherty Modelling Report, prepared for the National Cabinet, states that people fully vaccinated with the AstraZeneca and Pfizer vaccines have an overall reduction in transmission of 79% and 93%, respectively.
Moreover, subclause 1.3(f) of the Public Health (COVID-19 General) Order 2021 states “the risk [to public health in NSW] is from and among people who remain unvaccinated because these people are more likely to be infected, more at risk of severe illness and death resulting from infection with SARS-CoV-2, and more likely to transmit the infection to others, than fully vaccinated people”.
Given the overwhelming research supporting these findings, precluding patrons who are not fully vaccinated will reduce the likelihood that fully vaccinated staff and patrons will be exposed to the coronavirus, or contract COVID-19.
While the Club is implementing other controls to mitigate the risk of COVID-19 transmission, as outlined in its COVID-19 safety plan, the level of mitigation from excluding those who are not fully vaccinated cannot be achieved through other available controls.