Brisbane experiences

Brisbane Cinemas

brisbane cinemas

Brisbane has many cinemas.The following are a list of the cinemas that are located in the city.

Australian Cinémathèque
Retrospective and art films often related to exhibitions and mostly without any charge. Queensland Gallery of Modern Art, South Bank

Balmoral Cineplex
The Balmoral Cineplex has six theatres. Oxford Street, Bulimba.

Blue Room Cinebar
Blue Room Cinebar provides food and drinks and reclining chairs and shows both the latest box office releases and some limited release films. Rosalie
963 stanley street, East Brisbane (07 3393 1066).

Dendy Portside
Five newly built cinemas and a mixture of arthouse and blockbusters. Dendy Portside Wharf, Hamilton.

Eldorado Cinema Complex
The Eldorado in Indooroopilly is an independent Multiplex. Indooroopilly

Event Cinemas

On the top floor of the Myer Centre along with an arcade gaming area with films showing in fast succession. Queen Street Mall, Myer Centre (07 3027 9999)

Hawthorne Cineplex
The Hawthorne Cineplex has three theatres. Hawthorne Road, between Dutton and Orchard Streets.
Metro Arts Cinema

109 Edwards Street (07 3221 1527).

Palace Centro

Aarthouse and mainstream movies and location of the main film festivals.
39 James Street, Fortitude Valley (07 3852 4488).

Palace Barracks
Food and drink maybe taken into this progressive cinema with a full range of films shown. Petrie Terrace

Schonell Theatre
Student cinema open to all at the University of Queensland. St Lucia
South Bank Cinema

Movies on the giant MAX screen. Cnr Grey and Ernest Streets, South Bank (07 3846 5188).

Regal Twin
The Regal Cinema an arthouse cinema showing local and imported movies. Graceville
Regent Theatre
107 Queen Street Mall (07 3027 9999)

Tribal Theatre
Arthouse style cinema with classic films, cult and shlock horror movies and low ticket prices. 346 George Street

Victoria Point Cineplex
The Victoria Point Cineplex has 9 theatres.

Yatala drive-in
The only drive in left in Queensland. Yatala


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