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Dalby

Stay tuned for more information on Dalby Cinema…

Western Downs Regional Council has made the decision to cancel the planned MyALL107 redevelopment after a report found significant structural failings throughout the existing building. 

The MyALL 107 Redevelopment Project involved a revitalisation of the current structure which included upgrading the library and cinema and creating new indoor and outdoor recreational facilities for the community.

For more information visit:

https://www.wdrc.qld.gov.au/structural-failings-force-council-to-cancel-myall-107-redevelopment/?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=eNews%20-%202%20February%202022&utm_content=eNews%20-%202%20February%202022+CID_cf29069220d4009ec0f633efc420c4c4&utm_source=Email%20marketing%20software&utm_term=Read%20More

 

Chinchilla

As of Monday 2 May we’re calling intermission for Chinchilla Cinema.

The Chinchilla Cultural Centre Revitalisation Project will be giving Chinchilla Cinema a revitalised entry and box office to further enhance this popular entertainment facility! We look forward to bringing you the latest blockbusters when works are completed around June 2023! For more information about the Cultural Centre Revitalisation Project visit https://www.wdrc.qld.gov.au/living-here/our-communities/major-projects/chinchilla-cultural-precinct

Western Downs Cinemas Chinchilla is located within the Chinchilla Cultural Centre which was designed by award-winning architectural firm Fulton Trotter & Partners and officially opened in 1999.

The cinema is commonly known as the Chinchilla Cinema or otherwise known as the Ironbark Theatre, 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.

You can now enjoy an enhanced cinematic experience at the Chinchilla Cinemawith a range of improvements at the much-loved facility.   

Works to revitalise the cinema were delivered through the Queensland Government’s Works for Queensland (W4Q) Programdelivering improved facilities for the community to enjoy. 

Bring friends and families together to the revamped facility for the latest flicks and some good old-fashioned entertainment, with new luxurious ergonomic seating to boost viewer comfort and upgraded cinema acoustics, floor covering, and aisle lighting. 

 

CINEMA INFORMATION

Both the Western Downs Cinemas have EFTPOS, 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.  We also cater to people who have difficulty seeing and/or hearing which may benefit from assistive devices to improve their overall cinema experience.

Dalby

        • Currently closed for refurbishments.

Chinchilla

        • Seating capacity – 103
        • Wheelchair spaces – 2
        • Budget Saver Sessions $8.70

ADMISSION PRICES as of 1 July 2021

Adults $14.90  |  Students/Concessions/Seniors $10.80  |  Children $8.70 | Carers and Under 3-years Free

Children at Western Downs Cinemas Fact Sheet

WD Cinemas Fees and Charges 2021-22

We have two great locations.

Chinchilla

80-86 Heeney Street,
Chinchilla, Queensland 4413

PH: (07) 4660 7220

Cinema.Chinchilla@wdrc.qld.gov.au

Dalby

107 Drayton Street,
Dalby, Queensland 4405

PH: (07)  4679 4500

Cinema.Dalby@wdrc.qld.gov.au

Two Great Locations

Chinchilla Cinema

Dalby Cinema