Workers Club Geelong is located in the heart of Geelong CBD.
90 – 92 Little Malop Street, Geelong VIC 3220
Entry via Minns Place laneway


Monday: CLOSED

Tuesday: CLOSED

Wednesday: 12pm – Late

Thursday: 12pm – Late

Friday: 12pm – Late

Saturday: 12pm – Late

Sunday: 12pm – 9pm


Do you have EFTPOS?
Yes. We accept all cards except AMEX. There is a $10 minimum spend on all purchases to use our EFTPOS facility.


Do you have an ATM in house?

Nearest ATMs are located –

CBA: Malop Street
NAB: 179/183 Ryrie Street
ANZ: 83 Malop Street
Westpac: Cnr of Moorabool & Malop Street
Bendigo: 63/67 Malop Street


Do you have wheelchair access?
Yes. The Worker’s Club Geelong has been designed to be disability access friendly.


Where can I purchase tickets?
Tickets to all our shows can be purchased:

Online: www.oztix.com.au
Over The Phone: (03) 5222 8331
In Person: 90 – 92 Little Malop Street, Geelong


What is a booking fee?
A booking fee covers administration/delivery/bank fees.


Do you have seating?
All shows at The Workers Club Geelong are general admission standing only unless otherwise stated.


“I lost my ticket”?
We hear this a lot. In most cases you should treat your ticket like cash as we cannot replace it once lost. If you have lost your ticket/s please contact us prior 24 hours prior to discuss your options. Please make sure you have your details and booking reference handy before calling.


Can I bring recording devices like audio, tape, camera or film into the venue?


I’m under 18, can I attend an event if I bring a parent or guardian?

No. It is venue policy that all patrons be over the age of 18 to attend a show unless otherwise stated.


Why are there limits on how many tickets I can buy?
The venue or artist/event management will typically impose a ticket limit per customer, credit card or address in order to provide ticket access to as many fans as possible. If you would like to purchase more than 8 tickets please contact x to organise.

Conditions of Entry


  • Management reserves the right to refuse entry at all times irrespective of that person being in possession of a valid ticket.
  • Entry is conditional on you accepting responsibility for your behaviour in and around the venue. We want everyone to have a good time so please respect other patrons and staff whilst at the venue.
  • You must be suitably attired to enter The Workers Club Geelong; the appropriate standard of dress may vary from night to night.



  • The Workers Club Geelong encourages responsible consumption of alcohol. Staff are required to follow the RSA guidelines and there is free water available at all times.
  • Due to licensing laws we are not able to allow drunk or disorderly people to enter, or remain in, the venue.



  • It is house policy at The Workers Club Geelong that under 18′s are unable to attend shows in the band room, even if accompanied by a parent or guardian.
  • When accompanied by a parent or suitable guardian, minors are permitted to enter the public bar/smokehouse. Please ask a manager if you are unsure.
  • Staff can only accept the forms of identification allowed by Liquor Licensing Victoria.



  • The Workers Club Geelong welcomes people from all walks of life, and does not tolerate discrimination on any grounds. If you behave in a violent, harassing or threatening manner, whether verbally or physically, you will be asked to leave.
  • As it is a criminal offence to possess, consume or distribute illicit drugs, patrons using, or dealing drugs in The Workers Club Geelong will be asked to leave and the police may be notified.
  • All staff in this venue are trained to be pro-active in the prevention of drink spiking in any form. Drinks left unattended will be disposed of by staff and security for your safety.
  • Please bring any dangerous behaviour or conditions to the attention of staff and security. Our staff will assist you in the event of any emergency.
  • Please do not tag, damage or otherwise vandalise The Workers Club Geelong or its surrounding areas.
  • Stage diving, moshing and similar activities are dangerous to you and to other patrons, and are not permitted. If you choose to partake in these activities, you may be asked to leave the venue.