Becoming a member

Make the most the Petone Club by becoming a member today. Take advantage of the various adjuncts, membership rates and club discounts while enjoying Wellington’s venue of choice.

There are 4 simple steps to becoming a member.

Fill out the nomination form

Step 1 – Fill out the nomination form

Visit our friendly reception staff to pick up your nomination form or skip the queue and download your copy.

Download the Nomination form Download the Junior Nomination Form

Pay your nomination fee

Step 2 – Pay your nomination fee

There is a one-off nomination fee of $20.00 which is payable with the completed application form. Reception staff will take a photo of you for club records and membership card purposes.

Committee and Member review

Step 3 – Committee and Member review

Your nomination will then be considered at the next Executive Committee Meeting. It will then be put on the Club’s Notice Board for 28 days, if there are no objections then it is sent to the Committee for final approval at their next meeting.

Pay your nomination fee

Step 4 – Approval & Membership fees

Once approved, you will be required to pay your membership fee. Membership fees are then due annually on your birthday. You will then be invited to a new member’s evening.

Attend a new members evening

Step 5 – Attend a new members evening

New Member’s evenings are held on the second Monday of each month at 6.00pm. Here you will receive your membership card and find out all about the clubs fantastic facilities, activities, upcoming events and all the benefits you will receive as a member of the Petone Club.

Club Dress Code

Appearance must be clean, neat and tidy at all times. Obscene or offensive clothing will not be tolerated.

The following clothing may not be worn in the club at any time

  • Bare feet
  • Headwear or baseball caps in dining areas
  • Dirty work boots or gumboots
  • Men’s Singlets
  • Bike shorts or swimwear
  • Gang insignia

Management decisions will be final on all matters relating to dress and behaviour