About Western Downs Cinemas


WD Cinemas Dalby is located in the MyALL 107  multi-purpose art centre on Drayton street.

It has enjoyed many different uses over the years, starting life as a purpose-built sports centre in 1985 where locals once played squash. The building was purchased by the Western Downs Regional Council in 1991 and was formerly their corporate office. The interior of the building was refurbished in 2014 and became the Myall 17 Building, hosting the Gallery 107 @ Dalby, 4DDD Community Radio, Western Downs Libraries Dalby and WD Cinemas Dalby.



Chinchilla Cultural Centre was designed by award-winning architectural firm Fulton Trotter & Partners and officially opened in 1999.

The centre is home to the Ironbark Theatre and WD Cinemas Chinchilla, and shares its landscaped grounds with the Western Downs Regional Council Customer Service Centre, the Chinchilla Library and Lapunyah Art Gallery.

The building’s timeless design earned the F.D.G. Stanley Award – Highly Commended from the Royal Australian Institute of Architects in 2000.




Both the Western Downs Cinemas have EPFTPOS, access for disabled patrons, are fully air conditioned and feature a Candy Bar with popcorn, drinks and snacks available for purchase as well as ample parking on site.


  • Seating capacity – 253
  • Wheelchair access
  • Budget Day – Thursday $8.50


  • Seating capacity – 140
  • Wheelchair access
  • Budget Day – Wednesday $8.50


Adults $14.50  |  Students/Concessions/Seniors $10.50  |  Children $8.50 | Carers and Under 3-years Free

Children at Western Downs Cinemas Fact Sheet

WD Cinemas Fees and Charges

Two Great Locations

Chinchilla Cinema

Dalby Cinema