FAQ


What ID do I need?

Entry to The Rosemount will require possession of a current Australian driver’s license, WA Proof of Age card or valid passport. I.D is not only used to identify a patron’s age and eligibility, but it also necessary in the unlikely event of an emergency.


What is your dress code?

We require our patrons to dress within a neat casual standard. Some of our rules include:

  • Singlets and shorts are not allowed at any time.
  • Thongs, steel cap boots and workwear are not allowed after 6.00pm.
  • Thongs are permitted all day on Sundays for our Get Down Sunday Session.
  • Jackets, or any other clothing or accessory, bearing patches or insignia of any Outlaw Motor Cycle Gangs are not permitted to be worn on the premises at any time.


Can children under 18 come into the venue?

Children are welcome to enter the venue for lunch and dinner, however a legal guardian must accompany them at all times. In the case where a juvenile is attending a family function, they are also required to be accompanied by a legal guardian, and are permitted to stay in the Four5Nine function room until 10:00pm only. A juvenile attendance form must also be completed and additionally, the juvenile will be issued a wristband.

Can I bring my professional camera?

All patrons are welcome to bring their professional cameras, however the band must approve the equipment prior to the show’s commencement.


Where do I get tickets?

Head over to the EVENTS page for the details on each gig.

Are you open public holidays?

The Rosemount is open every day of the year, with the exception of Good Friday and Christmas Day.

How do I get a job at the Rosemount Hotel?

If you work like to work at The Rosemount, please email a copy of your current resume to laura@rosemounthotel.com.auincluding a detailed cover letter that clearly outlines the position you are applying for and why you would be appropriate for the job.

Can I bring my dog to the Rosie?

Well-behaved dogs are welcome at The Rosemount, however they must be on a leash and be under the control of their owner at all times.