An arrest has been made in relation to a glassing incident at Noosa Surf Club on New Year’s Eve.
An arrest has been made in relation to a glassing incident at Noosa Surf Club on New Year’s Eve.

Man charged after surf club glassing incident

A man who allegedly glassed two Noosa Dolphins identities in a New Year's Eve attack at a popular surf club has been arrested on serious assault charges.

Detectives from Noosa CIB travelled to Indooroopilly Police Station on Wednesday where they interviewed a Chelmer man regarding the incident.

The 19-year-old was subsequently charged with two counts of assault occasioning bodily harm while armed with an offensive instrument.

Dolphins' pair on mend after surf club attack

Noosa Dolphins duo glassed in surf club attack

The victims, Will Rogers and Charlie McKill, current and former Dolphins, are understood to be doing "OK" and the club has rallied around them for support.

Sunshine Coast CIB officer-in-charge detective Senior Sergeant Daren Edwards said police allege the offender took hold of a beer glass and struck the two victims in the head.

The incident unfolded about 7pm on New Year's Eve.

"The victims, aged 24 and 25, received lacerations, contusions and bruising as a result of the attack," Sen-Sgt Edwards said.

The 19-year-old man was bailed under strict conditions to have no alcohol, not attend a licensed premises in Queensland and on curfew conditions.

He is due to appear at the Noosa Magistrates Court on February 23.