What is Murphy's Dress Code & I.D Requirements?

Murphy’s dress standard is neat casual. There is NO fluro work-wear, mens singlets or thongs permitted past 7pm. Shorts/t-shirts are ok as long as they aren’t torn or dirty. NO clothing with offensive slogans/pictures/insignia. Hats are permitted but must be briefly removed for a security photo on entry. If bringing in a bag, you may be asked by security to check the bag on entry. 
ID is not just to check if patrons are of age. For the safety of our staff & patrons we need to identify all patrons who enter the premises – so photo identification is required for scanning on entry, even in you’re old enough to be the security guards’ mother! Valid photo ID is only: Australian Drivers Licence, WA Proof of Age card or Valid International Passport. 

Are kids allowed?

Children are allowed in the venue until 9:30pm each night. They must be accompanied and supervised at all times by their ‘legal’ guardian – so can’t be just under the care of a siblings/cousins/friends. Murphy’s is a family friendly venue but for the children’s safety they must remain seated with the group for the entire night. Children must also be accompanied by a responsible adult when using the bathrooms & must not venture onto the smoking deck.

Is there parking?

Murphy’s has free ample parking to the side and rear of the building. Disabled Parking Bay’s are also available.

Do I need to book a table?

To avoid disappointment, we always recommend calling to reserve a table for any day or night. Tables can be arranged from 2 to 24 (tables larger than 24 will be divided over a second table). For table reservations or queries, please phone (08) 9535 2666.

Please advise at time of booking if you require a table with wheelchair accessible table or a childrens highchair.

What methods of payment are accepted?

We accept Visa and MasterCard credit cards and EFTPOS, no Amex/Diners Club sorry! Of course we also accept good ol’ cold hard cash!! An ATM is located inside the premises

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