This tiny gem of a theatre is tucked away upstairs in a tin shed at the rear of an old shopping strip and, for fans of pre-1960 Oz cinema and the curious it is well worth seeking out. Its proprietor has not just a wealth of cinematic knowledge but in the attached archival museum a wealth of early cinema equipment and movie reels.
The public matinee on Sunday runs from 1pm-4pm, commencing with an old-fashioned hour of shorts and an interval of tea and biscuits before the main feature.
At other times the little cinema operates as a group booking of between 10-50, with sessions available from 10am.
All tickets are a bargain at $7 and include the tea and biscuits.