The current Crystal Theatre in Portland was built on the site of an earlier original Crystal Theatre that was destroyed by fire in 1925. .Movies continue to run at the Crystal Theatre with movie weekends Fri and Sat on the 2nd weekend of each month.
The Royal Theatre in Quirindi began showing its first films in 1930. Following its closure in 2006 the Liverpool Plains Shire Council purchased the building and with grants from four different funding bodies and the help of more than 50 volunteers On April 13 2010 the Quirindi Royal Theatre opened
This is a locally owned and operated, heritage twin cinema (built in 1935). We hear that's now for sale, John, who has run it for 25 years and is in his seventies, is ready to retire. Anyone interested in running an extremely charming twin, should contact the agent.
Latest :A huge thank you to the people of Sawtell, the Coffs Coast and beyond who have dug deep to help save Sawtell Cinema. The campaign has ended with over 500 people contributing $142,581. That's enough for all new seating and high quality screens in two cinemas -
The Scone Civic Theatre has recently received minor maintenance and repair works. The iconic heritage building in the main street of Scone has deteriorated in recent years as a result of the theatre being vacant and unused
The Southern Cross Hall, constructed in 1924 is the home to the Southern Cross Cinema, showcasing the greatest in movie entertainment as well as multiple annual art exhibitions, theatre performances and the Yfilm short film festival.
The Temora Town Hall Theatre is a multi purpose entertainment venue that can cater for live performances, cinema, small functions, exhibitions and conferences.
The Town Hall Theatre is a fully equipped theatre that seats up to 100 patrons.
The Chapel Theatre in Glen Innes on the Northern Tablelands of NSW is fully owned by the Glen Innes Arts Council. Run entirely by volunteers, the Chapel Theatre has been used as a model for true community-based cinemas and theatres across Australia.
The Civic cinema/theatre, built in 2001, has brand new digital projection, surround sound and its luxurious seats add to the pleasure of watching all the latest releases, as well as regular sessions of art-house and archival films.
Narooma Cinemas,(Kinema) with its art deco influence and ambience, is something appreciated by locals and tourists alike. Narooma Cinemas is housed in the historic Soldiers Memorial School of Arts Hall which has been placed on the National Heritage Register.
Friday night was an exciting night at the Regal Cinema in Newcastle. The Regal has been closed for almost 10 years but through the very hard work of the committee of friends, some sympathetic councillors, the building has been bought and its future as a cinema preserved.