Carpentaria Buffalo Club Mount Isa Inc is a non-Profit organisation that supports its local community through the facilities and services we provide as well as providing financial support to local community groups. The Club collects personal information in order to conduct its business of Membership, Marketing, Events, Supplier Relationships, Food and Beverage and Gaming Services. The Club is committed to protecting your privacy and providing you with information and services relevant to you. The Club complies with the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) (Privacy Act) and the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs). This Privacy Policy should be read in conjunction with the Privacy Act and the APPs. To view our Privacy Policy, please click here .


Responsible Gaming is important to Carpentaria Buffalo Club Mount Isa Inc. Whilst the majority of people game responsibly, a small percentage of people may experience difficulties associated with their gaming behaviours. Carpentaria Buffalo Club Mount Isa Inc. offers free, confidential service providing information and referrals for professional counselling.For more information on our Gambling Help Support and Self Exclusion please contact Club Reception on (07) 4743 2365.


The Carpentaria Buffalo Club has developed a RAMP – Risk Assessed Management Plan which is available to all Members and Guests upon request.  This Plan is part of the Club’s program to provide leadership in all aspects of Club service and management. The RAMP outlines our commitment to ensure that our Members and Guests are provided with a safe environment whilst they are on our premises. Carpentaria Buffalo Club has carefully developed these guidelines in accordance with Queensland Liquor Licensing Legislation. To ensure that our RAMP is effective and accountable, Carpentaria Buffalo Club has consulted widely to develop these guidelines to our Management and Staff to assist them in understanding their roles and responsibilities in the workplace.

The RAMP informs patrons how Staff are trained in ensuring the responsible service of alcohol and that Staff training on matters of patron care is a priority for the Club.