Enjoy our charming 1950s country picture show atmosphere with 21st century cinema technology!
The South West Roxy Cinema is situated in the historic 1926 School of Arts Community Hall, just metres from the centre of town, at the beach end of Gregory St, South West Rocks. The “Roxy” is one of the last operating examples of the country picture shows which operated in almost every country town and village in the mid 1900s, before the advent of television. Often screening just once or twice each week, the local picture show was the social centre of a country town in those days.
Today, the South West Roxy Cinema operates all year round on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays plus public and school holidays, with around 6 screenings each day, including morning, afternoon and evening sessions.
All our films are presented in “Dynamic Digital Presentation,” with both digital projection and digital surround sound, while selected titles are presented in 3D by Real D.
The “Roxy” screens the current major Hollywood films and we also specialise in “Cinema International” titles - a specially selected series of quality films from Europe, Asia, Australia and the leading U.K. and U.S.A. independent filmmakers.
So, take a trip down memory lane and visit our 1950s style cinema. Complete your experience with popcorn, drinks, confectionery or our always popular hand-made choc top ice creams – all available from the Candy Bar.
The South West Roxy Cinema is a “must see” attraction when you visit South West Rocks.