East Fremantle Yacht Club offers a range of memberships, superb facilities and a variety of club activities for the whole family. So, whether you are a boat owner or not, as a member, you can enjoy the excellent facilities, club activities and tranquil settings offered at the Club.
Below are just some of the great benefits you will receive as an EFYC member:
Access to our amazing dining & bar facilities for both your private & corporate entertaining
Exclusive access to our members only events – whether it be Wine Dinners, Melbourne Cup, New Year’s Eve, Live Band nights or high teas, we have something for everyone
Discounted food & beverage in our bar & restaurant
Discounted function room hire – terms & conditions apply
Access to a range of training courses with discounts for members
A networking opportunity that is second to none – meet new friends in a warm family friendly environment
The opportunity to get involved in sailing & power boat activities, including Wednesday twilight sailing or crewing on Saturday racing days
Access to our gym & sauna (Gym & Senior Members only)
Access to pens & moorings, 24/7 fuel & ice (Senior Members only)
2% account fee will be charged if you invoice is not paid in the month the statement is sent. To access the Club Rule related to unpaid fees, please refer to Club Documents.
Bar, food, takeaways, club functions, fuel, ice, clothing, temporary accommodation and slipping fees can be charged to Member’s accounts–excluding Junior & Reciprocal memberships.
Member’s Outstanding Accounts
Members accounts which are outstanding for 90 days will result in automatic withdrawal of boom gate and fuel access. Club credit facilities (bar, catering, fuel and club functions) will also be withdrawn for a period of 3 months.
If you are experiencing financial difficulty, please make arrangements with our Club General Manager, Michael Brunswick.
Payment of Accounts
Payments can be made by credit card over the telephone, cheque, cash or card in person at the Office between 9 to 5 from Monday to Friday, or placed in the office mail box located adjacent to the office door.
Covered by Section 28 of Constitution and Section 5 of Club Rules.
Maximum of 5 guests on any occasion – unless a private function or prior arrangement has been made with the Club’s Manager. Each guest can visit the club a maximum of 6 visits per year, regular guests are required to join the club.
All guests must sign the Visitors Book located in the Family Lounge & Members Bar entries – this is a Club Rule.
Dress standard is shirt with sleeves, footwear – no hats to be worn in bar area other than special occasions, e.g. Melbourne Cup. Hats are permitted to be worn on the balcony.
Members are responsible for their guests & their behaviour etc – children are to be supervised at all times and are permitted in all areas except the Member’s Bar.
Offensive / abusive behaviour will result in removal of that member or guest from the bar and disciplinary action will follow. Bar staff have the discretion to refuse service to visibly intoxicated persons.
Ringing the bell costs 2 jugs of beer for consumption by those present in the bar. If the bell is rung on Friday evening, the “ringer” must buy a round for everyone present.
All enclosed areas of the Clubhouse are “Smoke free” including the Function Area, Dining and Bar areas, Observation Deck Family Lounge Balcony and Administration Office. Smoking is permitted only on the lower level of the building.
Please go to the Bar & Restaurant page to view our opening hours and upcoming events.
EFYC have events and voluntary positions that we’d like you to get involved in. These activities help improve the club and your position as a club member:
Please contact the Club office for further information.
Restaurant & Bar
Tuesday - 4.30pm - 7.30pm
Wednesday – Friday from 7:30am – 9pm
Saturday from 10am – 9pm
Sunday from 8am – 9pm
Please Note: After 8pm, if less than 6 people in the Bar, staff can close the Bar.
Monday to Friday – 9am to 5pm
Pens & Moorings – Application through office.
All vessels using club facilities are to be registered with the club e.g. Sailing Yachts, (including vessels with auxiliary engines), Power Yachts, Tenders & Dinghies.
All vessels occupying pens in the Marina, on a mooring or using the launching ramp, must comply with Club Fire & Safety regulations, be inspected and issued with a Club Fire & Safety Certificate.
Please visit the Pens & Moorings page for more information.
Fuel/Ice – To access the ice facility you will require a G6 key which can be purchased through office.
Senior members with vessels in the marina can use their members swipe card to access the fuel system, after submitting an application for Fuel access.
The G6 key will also give you access to the 24-hour access to the ice machine, which is located under the balcony.
Centreboard Sailing – Sat Afternoon (October-April)
Keelboat Racing – Sundays (Oct-April)
Keelboat Twilight Sailing – Wednesday Starts 6pm (Oct-April)
Power Boats – On water activities eg raft up, social events, cruises, day trips to Rotto, Fishing Competitions
Dragon Boating – events & training through summer. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, & Sunday
Winter Sailing (Keelboat & Centreboard) - from April to end of September
Member’s Social functions include Australia Day, Christmas Day lunch, New Year’s Eve, Melbourne Cup, Presentation nights, Wine Dinners, Sunday Sessions with Live Music, Commodore’s Ball and much more!
- Responsible to Executive Committee.
- Manages administration, bar, catering & grounds staff
- Implementation of Club Policies and Procedures
- Accounting & administration
- General enquires during normal business hours
Our Emergency Procedure Manuals are located in:
NB: Emergency spill kit located in yellow bin at the head of the Fuel Jetty (Jetty D). A G6 key is required.