Movies At Roseville Cinemas

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Roseville Cinemas in New South Wales, located at 112 Pacific Highway, Roseville, is a charming and historic twin-art-house cinema. The cinema has been a significant part of the local community since it opened as the Roseville Theatre on May 15, 1918. Originally built by the Kuring-Gai Council as a town hall, it was later converted into a cinema and has maintained its role as a cultural hub on the North Shore of Sydney​ (Roseville Cinemas)​​ (Roseville Cinemas)​.

This independent, family-owned cinema is known for screening quality art-house films and hosting various events such as group bookings, charity functions, and corporate gatherings. The cinema boasts two screens and 475 seats, offering a cozy and intimate viewing experience​ (Roseville Cinemas)​​ (Cinema Treasures)​.

For current showtimes, ticket prices, and upcoming films, you can visit their official website (Roseville Cinemas)​.

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Located 112 Pacific Highway, Roseville NSW 2069

Phone (02) 9416 8555
Facebook facebook.com/rosevillecinemas2069


Parking

Maclaurin Parade 

  • Maclaurin Parade is on the Southern end of the Roseville shopping strip. It runs West off the highway and has two-hour spaces. These limits apply 8:30 AM – 6:00PM Monday to Friday, 8:30 AM – 12:30 PM Saturday.
  • This is a rather steep hill to walk up.

Larkin Lane

  • The first right turn off of Maclaurin Parade is the council car park. There are 30 two-hour spaces, and a few one and 12 three-hour spaces. These limits apply: 8:30 AM – 6:00 PM Monday to Friday, 8:30 AM – 12:30 PM Saturday.
  • There is also one disability parking spot. Rangers regularly patrol this area, so check the running time of your movie to avoid exceeding this limit.

Shirley Road

  • Shirley Road runs West off the highway on the Northern end of the Roseville shopping strip. This is mostly a no-parking zone from 6:30 AM – 9:30 AM Monday to Friday.

Pacific Highway (Northbound)

  • The West side of the Pacific Highway has half an hour parking from: 8:30AM – 3:00PM Monday to Friday, 8:30AM – 12:30PM Saturday.
  • The zone is a clearway from 3PM – 7PM weekdays, and tow trucks regularly patrol the area in this period.

Pacific Highway (Southbound)

  • The East side of the Pacific Highway has a partial zoning of half-hour parking from 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM Monday to Friday.
  • The majority of this side of the Pacific Hwy has unlimited parking from 10 am.
  • The zone is a clearway from 6 AM to 10 AM on weekdays, and tow trucks regularly patrol the area during this period.

Hill Street 

  • Hill Street runs parallel to the highway, on the Eastern side of the railway line. It has half to one-hour spaces, and you can walk through the railway station to get to the cinema. Unlimited parking applies: after 12:30 PM Saturday,
  • all day Sunday.

Clanville Road

  • At the intersection of Clanville Road and Hill Street is a small car park with 34 free parking spaces.

Lord Street

  • There is a council car park close by on Lord Street that has two-hour spaces. These limits apply 8:30 AM – 6:00 PM Monday to Friday, 8:30 AM – 12:30 PM Saturday.
  • At peak times parking can be difficult, so consider this when planning your schedule, and consider using public transportation when possible. We are a short 100-metre walk from Roseville Railway Station.
  • Parking limits and restrictions change regularly, and this page should not be relied upon to reflect the most up-to-date information available. Always check and obey directions on posted parking signs.

Cinema Features

  • Hearing Help and Caption Aids
  • Disabled Access (in Cinema 1–more here)
  • Licensed functions
  • Cinema Bar
  • 2 screens
  • Crying Rooms available in both cinemas for all sessions
  • Dolby Digital Sound

Movies At Roseville Cinemas: Cinema Bar

The Cinema Bar at Roseville Cinemas in New South Wales is a great spot for moviegoers looking to enjoy refreshments before or after their film. It typically offers a selection of drinks, including alcoholic beverages like wine and beer, as well as non-alcoholic options such as soft drinks and coffee. It’s a cozy place to relax and chat with friends or family while enjoying the cinema’s atmosphere. For specific offerings or any changes, it’s best to check directly with the cinema or their website for the latest details.

 

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