Frequently Asked Questions

General Questions

Perry Street Cinemas is located on the top floor of the Citi Centre Arcade, Orient Street, Batemans Bay.

Yes we are! We have a liquor licence and service is at the discretion of Management. 

Unfortunately it is not possible for us to play every film released because we do not have enough screens. We do however try and get a range of movies to cater for most audiences.

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The Council Perry St carpark is just outside and there is undercover parking across the road in the Village Centre.

As the cinema's screening schedule varies, there are no set hours we open or close. However, the cinema will open 15 minutes BEFORE the start of the first session and closes 5 to 10 minutes AFTER the last session ends. We are open 7 days / nights 364 days... only exclusion is Xmas day!

Perry Street Cinemas is proudly fully accessible for those confined to a wheelchair.

Your ticket will ensure you a seat however we do not have allocated seating. Popular films will generate longer lines for tickets and gaining entry into the cinema. We advise to get a preferred seat we suggest you arrive early for your movie.

Yes! DOWNLOAD OUR FREE APP for all up to the minute movie session times and to purchase your tickets online. Movie schedules are determined on Mondays for a schedule which commences on a Thursday of the same week. Schedules are posted on our website by Tuesday evening. The next day's program is also available on the phone answering machine (call 02 4472 6009)

No, we do not offer EFTPOS nor accept credit cards - cash only at the box office and candy bar please. Our experience of other cinemas is that EFTPOS and credit card payments DRAMATICALLY slow down a queue's progression, so we feel it's fairer to everyone that our patrons are requested to all pay by cash. There is a ATM located in our foyer for your convenience.

Yes! We have specially printed gift vouchers available at the box office. Vouchers are valid for 3 years.

The different Film Classifications refer to the content of a movie and to what audience the movie is suited to. Please see our Ratings Information Page for detailed information from the Classification Board.

We have application forms available at the box office. We are always looking for quality individuals who can integrate into a team environment and who have a high availability.

Yes, we can offer a discount for groups of 20 or more, please contact the box office for details. Note this may be subject seasonal conditions.

The length of time any film will play is based on the amount of business the film generates, contractual obligations, and the time of year. The more popular a film is with patrons, the longer it will play.

Yes, you can advertise on our screens. Please use our Contact Form or call us on 02 4472 6009.

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Questions about 3D

We use Masterimage 3d System with recyclable glasses supplies inclusive of your ticket cost. Be green and bring them back next and save a $1.50 off your next 3D ticket or simply recycle them in the special bin provided outside your auditorium.

Yes, but only if they are Masterimage 3D glasses.

The way 3D movies are created is to have an image for the left eye, and another for the right eye. When you try and watch a 3D movie without the glasses you will see both images on top of each other, This is quite distracting and very hard to watch. Most big releases we will have in both 2D and in 3D.