Code of behaviour
A naturist club providing a safe healthy place to practice nudism
This code of behaviour applies to all members and visitors alike when on the club grounds at 1890 Te Kopia Road, Reporoa. (Club constitution paragraph 5.1(a)).
- All persons are expected to be nude unless the weather or some other natural event makes that impractical.
- All persons shall conduct themselves with tolerance and respect for others at all times.
- The names and other details of club members shall not be divulged to any non-nudists without the members’ prior approval.
- Rotota does not have rubbish disposal facilities – take your rubbish home.
- No rubbish to be thrown down composting toilets.
- Cover your chair if your body is bare.
- Visitors may not take recorded images of people. Members wishing to take recorded images may do so only with the permission of all subjects, or their parents or guardians as appropriate.
- Alcohol is permitted on the club grounds but only in moderation.
- Noise shall be kept to a reasonable level with a noise curfew after 10pm, or after 1am on occasions of club-organised evening functions.
- No cats, dogs are permitted on the club grounds except for registered assistance dogs.
- No clothes, including swimsuits, shall be worn in the hot tub or showers.
- Club machinery may only be operated by a designated club member.
- No open fires are permitted anywhere on or near the club grounds
- Smoking or vaping is not permitted in or within 10 metres of the lake, hot tub, hot stream or clubhouse. The north-eastern end of the clubhouse veranda is a designated smoking end.
- Weapons are not permitted except for pest control purposes by an authorised pest controller.
- Motor vehicles must be used responsibly and sparingly and not whilst intoxicated or under the influence of drugs. Speed limit = 5km per hr.
- All power boats, jet skis and other motorised watercraft must be kept out of the main swimming area and operated at speeds below 5 knots within the swimming buoys.
- Persons who bring with them children or young persons shall be responsible at all times for that child or young person.
- Be aware of and respect all thermal hazards.