With a membership between 90 and 120 , we are not a large club, nor a very small one.
A Family Club.
We try to foster a family environment with couples and families making up the majority. We have members of all ages from children to folks in their eighties. We welcome single people, and in trying to keep a balance, sometimes we have to put single men applicants on our waiting list.
As you see from the application process, we are quite careful about who we invite to join. This is to protect all members new and old.
If you think you might like to join us or ask for more information, see our Contact information for getting in touch, and how to find Waiongana.
Your enquiry will be treated in utmost confidence and usually we can arrange by telephone an agreeable time for you to come and visit us at Waiongana.
When you arrive, a committee member will welcome you and show you around our grounds. You will then be free to enjoy the rest of the day as you wish, meeting other members or finding a quiet spot if you’re a little shy.
There will be no pressure to undress, but on a warm day, our pool can be irresistible, and we don’t allow bathing costumes in there!
If, after a visit, you’re not sure about joining, we may invite you back for another two visits at no cost. By then we expect you will have decided whether or not you want to join.[