The Sharks clubhouse has gone from humble beginnings on the Ern Dowling Oval to a multi-million dollar modern facility and has become a fun and relaxing venue for the whole family.
Our facilities include:
Bars – The Sharks has four bars, including the Main Lounge Bar, the Gaming Room Bar, the Functions Bar and the Sports Bar.
Bistro – The Clubs Bistro has an extensive menu and is open for lunch and dinner 7 days a week for lunch and dinner. Families are especially welcome and our Kids Menu is well priced. There are daily senior’s lunch specials, nightly dinner specials and our a la carte menu provides even more variety.
Bottle Shop – Members are offered regular specials and promotions in our bottle shop.
Coffee Shop – Visit our coffee shop and relax with a hot cuppa or try one of our delicious cakes. Our Gaming Room Coffee Shop is always open for a hot drink, light snack or sweet.
Community – As a not for profit Community Club we are committed to assisting the community with financial and in-kind donations. This is achieved through donations, assistance and contributions to our sporting clubs, local schools, individuals and charitable groups. Thanks to our loyal members, guests and staff we are able to provide financial and in-kind support to many of the great causes and groups in our local area, each year.
Courtesy Bus – Our members courtesy bus will pick up and/or return to home addresses in Victoria Point, Thornlands, Cleveland, Redland Bay and Mt Cotton during designated hours Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Bookings must be made at reception on 3207 7865.
Dress Standards – To visit the Sharks, please dress by our standards for the benefit of all our patrons:
Smart, casual attire must be worn at all times.
We request that hats be removed while dining.
Rubber thongs are permitted.
Swimwear and T-shirts with obscenities are not permitted.
Suitability of dress standards remain at the discretion of management.
Entry Requirements – Following our Covid Plan – everyone who enters the club must sign in or swipe their membership card. It is also a condition under our Liquor Licence that all members present their current membership card for inspection at reception on entering the club. Any guests, reciprocal members and visitors to the club must show an acceptable form of photo ID eg drivers licence. Under our Liquor Licencing legislation, minors must be accompanied by a responsible adult (parent or legal guardian) at all times.
Function Room – The perfect place to hold your special occasion or corporate event, suitable for small intimate gatherings from 40 people, or for parties of up to 100 people seated or cocktail style. For smaller corporate meetings our Board Room is also available.
Gaming Room – We have 96 gaming machines which feature the latest in technology in our modern gaming room. Keno facilities are also available.
Kids Room – The Sharks has a fully supervised Members only Kids Room for children aged 3 – 12 to enjoy while you visit our Club. It is open Saturday and Sunday 6-10pm and from 3.15p – 8.15pm on Sundays.
Monday 10am – midnight
Tuesday 10am – midnight
Wednesday 9am – midnight
Thursday 10am – midnight
Friday 9am – 1am
Saturday 10am – 1am
Sunday 10am – midnight
Sporting Groups – Sharks Club brings together the local sporting community hosting eight local sporting groups. Whether your kids are cricket crazy or you like a quiet bit of fishing, Sharks Club will accommodate. The Club has a premium AFL oval (lighted) and a cricket/AFL lit oval, 2 sets of cricket nets, and 2 fully lit softball diamonds.
TAB – Extensive TAB facilities are located in the Sports Bar featuring Sky Racing I and II, several sports screens and the ability to wager on races and sporting events.
The TAB is open:
Wednesday and Thursday 12 – 6pm
Friday 12 – 7pm
Saturday 11am – 7pm
Sunday 12 – 6pm
The Victoria Point Sharks Sporting Club was founded as the Victoria Point Australian Football Club in 1966. The original clubhouse, built in 1973, was destroyed by a storm in 1984. Its replacement formed the base for the clubhouse as it now stands.