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Dress Code for Qantas Lounge (Intl)

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Kiwires

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Just curious as I've never been in the Lounge but we'll be will be able to use their services when we fly MEL-HKG this coming Thursday. A lounge pass was very graciously offered by MattG to complement the one I already had. What is the dress code? I typically travel very casual, with hiking shorts and Keens with my carryon backpack.
 

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Do t-shirts, shorts and covered Keens jandals qualify? I realise these are pretty basic questions but would hate to be refused entry due to technicality (and suffer the wrath of my partner).
 

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Just curious as I've never been in the Lounge but we'll be will be able to use their services when we fly MEL-HKG this coming Thursday. A lounge pass was very graciously offered by MattG to complement the one I already had. What is the dress code? I typically travel very casual, with hiking shorts and Keens with my carryon backpack.
There is no dress code for Qantas international lounges. You can wear whatever you like (provided you don't breach decency or other laws such as having an offensive slogan etc)
 

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Do t-shirts, shorts and covered Keens jandals qualify? I realise these are pretty basic questions but would hate to be refused entry due to technicality (and suffer the wrath of my partner).
You should be ok.

But I will put on some popcorn just in case.*

*Sorry, bit of an in joke when it comes to attire in lounges.
 
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I had to Google Keens.

I would argue some of their hybrids would be borderline for the domestic lounges, but should be OK for international.

The fully covered hiking style shoes no issues at either.
 

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Thongs, stubbies and a bluey should be just fine though you might get a few noses out of joint around here!
 
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