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.
We have strict entry procedures. You must wear a mask when entering and leaving the building. At reception, you may be required to undergo a temperature check and those with elevated temperatures will not be admitted. In line with State Government requirements you are required to provide contact tracing information using either a QR code or you can sign in on the form provided. From time to time we have more restricted capacity so you might be asked to wait until someone leaves.
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.
IF UNWELL, STAY AWAY
Stay at home if you are sick and seek medical attention if you are experiencing any symptoms. Please ensure your sexual health with regular checks and through using precautions.
IF RECENTLY ARRIVED FROM OVERSEAS, STAY AWAY
Stay at home if you have recently arrived (within 14 days) from an overseas destination, whether you are experiencing any symptoms or not.
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 in October 1977 and therefore is one of Australia’s longest serving venues for the gay and bi-sexual community.
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.