Screening the latest in first release mainstream movies, along with Arthouse and special event presentations such as The National Theatre UK, Surf Films, Ballets and Operas.
Arcadia is a twin Cinema, opened November 19, 1992.
Avoca Beach Picture Theatre is located by the beautiful Avoca Beach on the Central Coast. Constructed in 1951 by Norman Hunter and his brother Mervyn, it has been a hub of entertainment for the past 60 years. It continues in the same family, owned and operated by Norman & Beth Hunter.
The Bowraville Theatre was built in 1940 and like many -picture shows- in country towns, was at the hub of the social activity on a Saturday night. It has been crippled in recent years by the lack of a digital projector. But now that may be changing
Not a particularly charming building, Glenbrook Cinema, but the management and staff welcome you to this venue with a warmth that will spoil you forever. This is the place where they love to know after the show what you thought. Sound and Picture are superb too.
A weatherboard hall measuring 78 feet by 34 feet and seating 300 was erected in 1947 to cater for a small local population which increased some tenfold in summer, but pictures were not approved until April 1948
In February 2012 Richmond Valley Cinemas reopened under the name of Kyogle Community Cinema. Management of the cinema was begun by the “Growing Kyogle” committee and has now been handed over to a board of directors.