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“2040”: Hope for the Future
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“Gloria Bell”: A Remake Done Right
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“Burning”: Poetry on Screen
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Hey there, Surfers Paradise
We’re opening a new cinema in the heart of Surfers Paradise!  The 12 screen cinema complex is set to open as a part of the X Galaxy Centre redevelopment in late-2019. After the closure of the Hoyts complex in 1995, our new location, situated on the corner of Surfers Paradise Boulevard and Elkhorn Avenue, represents […]
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Sydney, get ready for the new Palace Central!
We are thrilled to announce that we will be opening a new cinema, Palace Central, in the multi-award winning development, Central Park Mall, in Sydney’s Chippendale. The new 14 screen complex on Level 3 of the centre will open in late 2017 and will also uphold the building’s ‘green’ ethos, utilising technology which will use […]
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30 Jun

Palace Cinema to Open in Melbourne’s Inner West

Palace Cinema to Open in Melbourne’s Inner West

West-side dwellers, we’re coming for you!

We’re delighted to announce the development of a new twelve-screen Palace Cinema on Puckle Street in Moonee Ponds, which will include three platinum screens and an outdoor cinema space. The cinema will be part of a stylish retail, hospitality, accommodation and leisure development by Giancorp Property Group right in the heart of Melbourne’s inner West.

Our CEO Benjamin Zeccola said of the new venture “We have longed for a home in Melbourne’s West for a while now. Our audiences had expressed that there was a real market gap in cinemas delivering a premium experience and offering quality film in that area, so when the opportunity arose to be part of a stylish new development in Puckle Street it was perfect – and where better than the birth place of Australian culture queen Dame Edna Everage!”.

With new cinemas recently confirmed for Melbourne’s Old Pentridge Prison in Coburg, as well as Sydney suburbs Double Bay and Chippendale, and Raine Square in Perth, we are delighted to introduce a wider audience to our unique combination of entertainment hospitality.

Palace Moonee Ponds is set to open it’s doors in 2019.