Adelaide Cinema Locations
Calling all movie buffs, popcorn addicts, Disney lovers and Hollywood star seekers… when it comes to cinemas, Adelaide has you covered from city to South and everywhere in between. There is a cinema choice for everyone in Adelaide.
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Palace Nova Cinemas is in two exclusive locations. Adelaide’s vibrant Eastend in the City and the newly opened location cool hub of Prospect Road.
Palace Nova Cinemas showcases world class cinema, high quality mainstream, arthouse, independent, foreign-language and documentary film. Enjoy locally sourced cheese and antipasto at the unique candy bar, plus a wine list.. a bit posh … but it is the palace! Palace Nova Cinemas is also home to the largest screen in Adelaide – the Eximax!
Palace Nova also offer ‘Families and Babies’ Cinema Sessions! Its called Hello Baby.
Hello Baby screenings provide the perfect opportunity for parents and their bubs to catch the latest film releases in the comfort of a lightly dimmed cinema, with easy pram access (including on-site lifts), where nobody minds how much noise is made, since half the audience members are wearing nappies!
Palace Nova Cinemas East End – 3 Cinema Place (of 250 Rundle Street), Adelaide,SA
Palace Nova Prospect -98 Prospect Road, Prospect, SA
Event Cinemas is the ultimate experience to see new movies in Gold Class or Vmax.
GU Filmhouse Adelaide
128 Hindley Street, Adelaide, SA
GU Film House Adelaide delivers the newest cinema concept to the west end of Adelaide. Situated on Hindley Street, the beautifully refurbished cinema is built on the site of the old Greater Union cinemas. Consisting of six cinemas, GU Film House Adelaide also includes two Vmax screens exclusively designed to provide additional comfort through contoured high backs, tables and double the amount of leg room. The stadium seating, amazing sound and huge screens will make your cinema going experience one to remember. The Vmax cinemas will cater for 194 and 242 people.
Greater Union Arndale
Westfield Arndale, Torrens Road, Kilkenny, SA
Greater Union Arndale has four cinemas equipped with REAL-D 3D digital projection, three cinemas with standard digital projection and one cinema supporting 4K digital projection (eight cinemas in total). All the cinemas boast Dolby Digital Sound and wall-to-wall screens. Greater Union Arndale is the perfect spot to catch all the latest releases.
Event Cinemas Marion
Westfield Marion Shopping Centre
Event Cinemas Marion is home to the largest cinema complex in the southern hemisphere featuring 30 cinemas! So if you miss a movie … it is no big deal because the next one will start in no time at all! It is home to premium cinema experiences like VMAX and Gold Class.
It showcases independent films plus all the Hollywood blockbusters.
GU Filmhouse Glenelg
4 Cowper Street, Glenelg, SA
GU Filmhouse Glenelg specifically caters to the emerging trend for intimate cinema formats screening niche, art house and main stream releases.
The cinema consists of 6 screens seating from 100 up to 207 with large leatherette seats, the decor is subtly understated with a style and finesse that blends in well with the art house concept. Complete with an onsite licensed café consisting of a curated food menu, they offer the complete cinema experience! Plus parking is available right below the cinema.
Reading Cinemas South Australia is located in the suburbs of West Lakes and Elizabeth.
At Reading Cinemas West Lakes located at 111 West Lakes Blvd, Westlakes, SA. The Cinema offers 7 wall-to-wall cinema screens, including 2 Gold Lounges and a luxurious Premium option.
Sit back and relax in luxury armchair stadium seating, and immerse yourself in the latest new release films with crystal clear Dolby digital sound.
Parents can enjoy the comfort of 2 Crying Rooms located in the largest cinemas, helping you enjoy a new release film with your young bub!
Reading Cinemas Elizabeth is located at 50 Elizabeth Way, Elizabeth, SA
With 8 wall-to-wall cinema screens featuring the highest quality crystal clear digital sound Reading Cinemas Elizabeth is the ultimate experience in cinema entertainment!
Take your movie-going experience to the next level with the TITAN LUXE cinema – featuring a gigantic 22m screen, explosive 7.1 surround sound and luxurious reclining seats.
Hoyts Cinema has three locations in South Australia being Norwood, Salisbury and Tea Tree Plaza. Hoyts Cinema chain offering blockbusters and indie films, plus kids’ programs and live music screenings
Hoyts Cinema Norwood is located Parade Central, 185 The Parade, Norwood, SA
Hoyts Cinema Tea Tree Plaza is located 976 North East Road, Modbury, SA
Hoyts Cinema Salisbury is located Cnr James &, Gawler St, Salisbury, SA
This family-owned company was established as “Wallis Theatres” by its founder, Hugh Wallis, in 1956 with the opening of the Blueline drive in theatre at West Beach in South Australia. The Blueline was the state’s first drive-in theatre. Wallis Theatres expanded rapidly, opening drive-in theatres throughout South Australia over the next decade…. And to this day Wallis remains to operate the below cinemas.
Level 1, Mitcham Shopping Centre, Torrens Park
Seven-screen cinema at Mitcham Square Shopping Centre, features the licensed Boulevard Lounge.
38-42 David Witton Drive, Noarlunga
South Adelaide five-screen cinema
Wallis Mt Barker
17 Adelaide Road, Mt Barker
Seven-screen cinema with stadium seating, set within the gardens of historic Auchendarroch House
181 O’Connell Street, North Adelaide
Art deco cinema with stadium seating.
Gepps Cross drive-in theatre
588 Main North Road, Gepps Cross
Gepps Cross drive-in theatre – the last one in SA!
375 Greenhill Road, Toorak Gardens
A historic Arthouse cinema at Toorak Gardens
65 Semaphore Road, Semaphore
Semaphore, family-owned cinemas. Tickets are $9.00 at all times.
11 Murray Street, Gawler
Gawler’s family-owned, twin-screen cinema
141 Goodwood Road, Goodwood
Owned and operated by the Theatre Organ Society of Australia – a not-for-profit music society. The historic theatre, built in 1941, screens the latest blockbusters alongside classics accompanied by its theatre pipe organ.
The Blyth Cinema was established in May 2005 in Blyth (Pop. 400) by a local community group to bring a city quality cinematic experience to residents and visitors of the Clare Valley region and beyond (target population 8,000).