Unfortunately for the local community, the clubhouse is currently not available to non-members or local business owners. This means no weddings, no birthdays, no corporate functions and the like, for now.
We hope to have a more common-sense usage agreement in-place in towards the mid 2021. This process has been delayed by the Pandemic.
The club received Landowner's Consent via unanimous vote at the TSC meeting of 5/12/2019 to submit a modified DA to allow ancillary uses such as function, events and conferences by private and community groups. The club still plans to have this DA submitted in 2021, and is currently producing the required reports to accompany the DA modification submission.
Extract below of the current DA restrictions
Condition 5 and 69 - first appeared in DA13/0119 which was approved on 23rd September 2013
5. Public access to the development (except the ground floor kiosk and public amenities) is not permitted. The north deck and public surf surveillance deck as shown on the plans are not to provide public access into any of the first floor facilities. The deck in both these areas is to be constructed so as to physically prevent public access (except for members) into this part of the facility (by permanent screen or similar).
69. Use of the development (excluding kiosk and public amenities) is restricted to members only.
Condition 5 was expanded to become further restrictive via replacement Condition 5A in DA13/0119.03 (Approved December 2017)
<includes previous condition 5 text plus>... To this extent all facilities within the first floor of the club (including function rooms, bar areas and food and drink service) are to be restricted to the general public and shall not be used for private commercial venture by way of sublet or public hire. The use of the first floor of the club is approved by Council for members and club activity use only. No public hire or casual leasing of the approved first floor functions rooms is to occur at any time.
Even more DA conditions were applied to DA13/0119.03 (Approved December 2017) which were formulated by Tweed Shire Council, largely based on submissions from Salt Precinct property owners.
This information is freely available via TSC DA Tracking Tool