Cinemas Brisbane Queensland – Links to individual websites of cinemas

Cinemas in Brisbane

  • Brisbane Open Air – (you can follow them for updates on Brisbaneopenair on the BCL event forum)
  • Moonlight Cinema – Brisbane Powerhouse at New Farm Park
  • Blue Room Cinebar – Licensed cinema and bar at Rosalie.
  • Australian Multi-Plex Cinemas – Stafford, Sunnybank, Redcliffe, Noosa and Tweed
  • Bribie Twin Theatre
  • Cinémathèque – Queensland Gallery of Modern Art, Southbank. Retrospective and thematic film programs and exhibitions.
  • Cineplex – Balmoral, Hawthorne, Southbank, Victoria Point.
  • Dendy Cinema – Portside, Hamilton, show a combination of arthouse and new release blockbusters
  • Eldorado 8 Cinema – Indooroopilly
  • Event Cinemas – Myer Centre, Capalaba, Chermside, Browns Plains, Garden City, Toombul, Strathpine and regional Queensland.
  • Loganholme Hyperplex Cinemas
  • Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, 708 Jesmond Road, Fig Tree Pocket. Three outdoor cinema screens located at Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary Riverside Cafe. Weekly movies held every Friday night. Cafe available on site. Check out www.koala.net for upcoming event details.
  • Palace Cinemas – Fortitude Valley and Paddington Barracks at Petrie Terrace.
  • Reading Cinemas Redbank – First Class 8 screen cinema complex. The cinemas feature wall to wall screens, digital sound, stadium seating, luxury armchair comfort and first release movies
  • Regal Cinema at Graceville is a boutique Art house twin cinema exhibiting European, British, foreign language and quality Australian and imported movies.
  • Schonell Cinema & Live Theatre – At the UQ Union Complex, St Lucia
  • State Library Films – Regular, free screenings of independent, international and classic films.
  • Tribal Theatre – Art house cinema on George St, Brisbane, previously the home of Dendy Cinema.
  • Yatala Drive-In – The only Drive-In Theatre left in South East Queensland. Located off the Pacific Motorway (M1 Yatala North, Exit 38).
  • yourmovies.com.au – Has movie session times for all cinemas

Cinemas on the Gold Coast

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