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- Peak Season is 29th of June to 31st of august. Low season is June 7-28 and 1st of September onward.
- Children under 4 years of age are free of charge
While meals are prepared by the managers, guests are expected to assist in serving and clearing.
Cooked and continental breakfast 7:00 – 8:30am
Two course dinner @ 6.00pm for kids, 7:00pm for adults
Lunch is not usually provided.
Combined meal rates are Adults $50, Children $25 for members, $55 and $30 for non-members.
Dinner only is $45 and breakfast only is $15.
The Booking Process
The booking process aims to balance flexibility and fair access to all members, with the ability to keep the lodge well-utilised. As for rates, some booking priority is given to shareholders, shareholders’ spouses, direct descendants and spouses of direct descendants. The process goes through a number of stages:
- From when bookings open to the end of March, requests are taken for bookings for members only. Preference is given to bookings with changeovers on Friday and Sunday, and school holidays are reserved for members with school-age children. No bookings are confirmed during this period; we simply collect the requests and negotiate and/or compromise as necessary to ensure maximum benefit all round.
- From 1st April, accommodation offers are made, which must be confirmed with up-front payment in full.
- From 1st May, we consider booking requests from non-members, with some priority attached to those accompanying members.
- From the beginning of the season (Queen’s Birthday weekend), the bookings and the room allocation process is handed over to the lodge managers.
The club does not offer refunds for cancellations, except in very special circumstances. Bookings must be paid for, either at the time of offer / confirmation for pre-season bookings, or at the time of booking if during the season.
In cases of medical or personal emergencies, the board will consider requests for refunds on their merits.
Guests names will be on a board with an allocated room at the top of the stairs.
A tray with cleaning products is available for each room on arrival. Guests can help themselves to crockery and cutlery from the designated area in the dining room as well as tea, coffee and long life milk.
Guests are responsible for cleaning their rooms when they leave. This includes stripping the bed and putting linen in the labelled blue bins downstairs, clean the fridge and microwave, empty rubbish bins downstairs and replace the liner, wipe all surfaces, vacuum the carpet and return tray with cleaning products, cutlery and crockery to the managers.
There is a washing machine and dryer downstairs with detergent provided. Washing machine costs $5 in coins: two $2 and a $1. The dryer is free.
Cronulla Lodge in conjunction with the national park is trying very hard to recycle and reduce rubbish. Guests are encouraged to recycle everything they can in the appropriate bins. 10c refundable cans and bottles are collected and the proceeds will be donated at the end of the season.
There is a drying room downstairs and ski racks. Please keep this door closed at all times.