Frequently Asked Questions

Hornsby General

The cinema is located on the corner of the Pacific Highway and William Street, directly in front of the Hornsby Railway Station.

Yes! Directly behind the cinema, off William Street. There are two ( 3hour car parks ) and adjacent one (2 hour) car park. Weekdays after 6pm, all day Saturday, Sunday and Public holidays, there is unlimited parking in these car parks. Parking at all times is free and no ticket is needed.

Tickets can be purchased by clicking any session time on the web site. Sessions are generally listed on Monday afternoon and you may purchase tickets up to 10 days in advance.

Check our website for coming attractions or contact us on 9476 3777.

Please see our Ticket Information page for the latest prices.

Vouchers can be purchased in groups of 10 at a discounted price at the box-office or individually at normal prices for 2D. They are valid for 1 year the day after purchase. A surcharge of $3 applies to redemption for 3D sessions.

We have a state of the art Christie 2K digital projector which can play DVDs, Blu Rays, TV, State of Origon, and laptop screenings on the full cinema screen.

Yes we take Visa, Mastercard, Eftpos

No we do not have allocated seatings. We have 470 seats and YOU choose where you sit!

Yes, there are numerous restaurants and eateries within easy walking distance from the cinema including Thai, Indian, Chinese, Turkish, Korean, Italian, seafood and several cafes.

Yes, however, you need to have your baby in a baby capsule and consideration to other patrons in the theatre. Unfortunately prams and strollers must be left in the cinema foyer.

New release movies generally run for 4 - 5 weeks. Older released movies on average run 1 - 2 weeks. Always remember, a cinema week begins on a Thursday and ends on a Wednesday. Please check our website or contact us on a Monday evening to confirm that a movie will continue to screen for another week from the forth coming Thursday. Also, young children films and selected art house films may screen Saturday/Sunday's.

We have installed the lastest DLP compliant Christie 2K digital projector for crystal clear reproduction on the big screen. Dolby 7.1 Surround Sound means the audience is imersed in sound that can wrap around the cinema coming from 7 different areas. The Odeon is the only cinema in Sydney that is fully compliant with Dolby 7.1 sound which can be verified on the official Dolby website.

Yes! Please use our Contact Form and get in touch.

Please use our Contact Form if you have any further questions.

 

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