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The screen is gone and the diner is in a major state of decay. The exit still exists and the entry can be made out (slightly) on google earth.
Article about final days
It opened in the early 90’s
It should be open by late 2020
However, you can clearly see where the screen was held down.
The site is now being redeveloped
It is for sale
This is the newer cinema. There was a Greater Union on Kellicar Rd.
It was twinned in 1992
There are now only 15 cinemas inside (since the 2 boutique cinemas occupy a large space). The new combined seating capacity (overall) is 3347 seats.
It opened in 1996
It opened on Friday, December 20 1963. The photo is deceiving as it displays the date of publication.
Its overall capacity is 580 cars
March 5, 1978
Demolition began in late 1986.
The diner and ticket booth still remain as of last year. Also, the old exit ramp is vaguely visible.
The site has now been cleared. Only very few ramps remain. It is being turned into a building complex.
40 Noosa Rd, Monkland QLD, Australia
Demolition began in 1988/9
It opened in the early 1970’s.
There is a park located on site that is called “Cinema Height Park”
It is currently closed