Cinema nearby Australia
New Farm Cinemas
Cult films & new releases in a 1920s complex with 6 theatres, including the retro-chic Purple Room.
IMAX Melbourne Museum is home to the world's (3rd) largest screen. For session times, big news and for infomation on the films, visit www.imaxmelbourne.com.au
Lunar Drive-In Theatre
The Lunar Drive-in Theatre Dandenong is the largest drive-in theatre in Australia. We possess four screens that show all the latest blockbusters Hollywood has to offer. We are open every night of the year except Christmas night and run films for only $28 per carload (maximum price). Your local multiplex charges over $75.00 for a family of five. We believe that films should be affordable for every family so they can visit often.
Palace Electric Cinema
Palace Electric Cinema presents simply the best selection of international cinema; arthouse, documentary, independent and quality new release films. Eight theatres with luxurious amphitheatre seating and the latest in digital projection and sound make for a state of the art cinematic experience.
Reading Cinemas Waurn Ponds is an 8 screen cinema complex featuring wall to wall screens, digital sound, Dolby Digital 3D projection, stadium seating, luxury armchair comfort, first-release movies in 2D and Dolby Digital 3D and value-packed candy bar deals.
Luna on SX
Now with 4 screens, Luna on SX gives you more choice of great artfilms and upmarket commercial release films in the heart of Fremantle's cafes, restuarants and bars. Located midway along Essex St, which runs off Fremantle's famous café strip on South Terrace, opposite the bustling Fremantle Markets.