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From the 11th of December this year, Palace Cinemas invites audiences to escape, indulge and experience cinema a little differently in their new-concept 15-screen cinema as part of the transformation of the historic former prison-site, Pentridge, in the northern Melbourne suburb of Coburg.
From jail-house to cinema-house, featuring luxurious fully reclining chairs (complete with individual footrests) in all 15-auditoriums, Dolby Atmos surround sound, state-of-the-art digital projection, and a fully-licensed menu (yes, you can take your drink in!) Pentridge Cinema offers Melbourne the absolute best cinema-going experience with Hollywood’s finest films and exclusive events.
Palace Cinemas is proud to be a part of this vibrant and one-of-a-kind urban village that breathes new life into its historic location; offering bespoke lively restaurants, bars, cafés and boutique fashion retailers you won’t find anywhere else. All of this within the growing heart of Coburg, with easy underground parking and direct public transport access.
Escape to Pentridge Cinema from December 11, 2020!
For more updates on our Pentridge Cinema launch, become a Palace Movie Club member for free HERE
Two car-park entries on Whatmore Drive, Coburg North,
Whatmore Drive is accessible from the north via Murray Road and from the south via Pentridge Blvd. Patrons can also enter the site from Champ Street (Gate 4) via Moonering Drive which connects to Whatmore Drive.
Entry after 6pm: Free
0-3 hours: Free
3-4 hours: $6
4-5 hours: $8
5-7 hours: $20
7+ hours: $35
Located directly on Tram-Line 19 (North Coburg – Flinders Street Station via Sydney Road, Coburg, Brunswick, Parkville, City)
Routes direct to Pentridge Cinema:
512 (Strathmore to East Coburg)
513 (Eltham to Glenroy)
526 (Coburg to Reservoir)
527 (Gowrie to Northland)
530 (Campbellfield to Coburg)
534 (Coburg to Glenroy)
561 (Pascoe Vale to Macleod)
900 (Altona to Mordialloc)
Just a 10-minute walk from Coburg Station and Batman Station on the Upfield Line.