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About us

Evidence of full Covid-19 vaccination is required for entry.

CONDITIONS OF ENTRY: Everyone is strongly advised to take precautionary measures in response to infections. With your cooperation, we can keep our venue a safe place for all.

IF UNWELL, STAY AWAY
Stay at home if you are sick and test if you are experiencing any symptoms. Please always ensure your sexual health with regular checks and through using precautions.

IF YOU ARE A CLOSE CONTACT, STAY AWAY AND FOLLOW YOUR MEDICAL DIRECTIVE
Requirements about possible exposure to Covid-19 vary according to your circumstances. You should seek a medical directive and follow those requirements before returning to Pulteney 431.

ON ARRIVAL
At reception, you will be required to produce evidence of vaccination against Covid-19 (see below for more information).

KEEP YOUR BODY CLEAN
On arrival, patrons must change and shower with soap. Wash all body areas for at least 30 seconds with soap, rinse and dry thoroughly.

KEEP YOUR HANDS CLEAN
Please wash your hands regularly with soap. Wash for at least 30 seconds with soap, rinse and dry thoroughly. In addition, there is hand sanitizer available near reception.

COVER COUGHS AND SNEEZES
Always cough and sneeze into a clean tissue and dispose of used tissues in the bins provided.

VACCINATION INFORMATION

Staff and patrons of Pulteney 431 must be fully vaccinated against Covid-19. You must show evidence of your full immunisation on each entry.

Evidence can be in the form of a printed or digital Australian Government vaccination certificate, or as an indicator on any state government mandated QR code smart phone app.

No Smartphone or portable electronic device?

You need to carry with you a printed copy of your vaccination certificate.
On a personal computer you can access, download and print your vaccination certificate using your Australian Government myGov account linked to your Medicare data.
If you don’t have access to your myGov account you will need to contact your medical professional for assistance.
If you are not eligible for Medicare but have been vaccinated you can use the Individual Healthcare Identifier service through myGov to get proof of your vaccination. You may need to contact the Australian Immunisation Register for further advice.
Visit: https://www.servicesaustralia.gov.au/individuals/services/medicare/australian-immunisation-register or phone Services Australia on 1800 653 809.

On a Smartphone
The South Australian Government mySA Gov Covid-19 QR code app can link and access your COVID-19 digital certificate provided by the Australian Government. You must have a valid mySA Gov account for this to work, you can then add the certificate from the Medicare Express Plus app or myGov.
Alternately you can access your digital vaccination certificate by downloading the Medicare Express Plus app and sign in using your Australian Government myGov account details. If you do not have a myGov account you will need to set that up first. You can download the certificate to your smartphone as an “offline item” or add it to your digital wallet.
In summary – you need to have a digital or printed copy of a recognised green vaccination certificate or vaccination history.

ABOUT OUR VENUE

Our venue is committed to maintaining the health and wellbeing of all our team and patrons. We have implemented additional cleaning and distancing measures throughout the venue.

Pulteney 431, often referred to as ‘The Club’ or ‘431’, has been operating continuously in Adelaide for over 40 years, catering to the gay, bi-sexual and bi-curious male community as a safe and friendly haven to relax and enjoy the club’s facilities whilst meeting other likeminded men. The Club was opened on 7 October 1977 and therefore is one of Australia’s longest serving venues for the gay and bi-sexual community.

Our story

It has always been the aim of the owners and management to provide a venue in which men can meet other men of diverse cultures, age and stature in a non-threatening environment whilst promoting safe on site sexual practices.

The minimum age of entry is 18, no alcohol, drugs or commercial trade is permitted on the premises.

‘431’ does offer a membership with benefits or you can enter on a casual basis.

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