Queensland Cinema

Crabtree Manor Way South,
Belvedere, DA17

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The Belvedere Electric Theatre opened in April 1913. It was originally an auction room, that was converted to the plans od W. Roberts of Erith.

After 1924, it was re-named Queensland Cinema, as it was located next door to the Queensland Stores. (This store had doors from the Empire Exhibition at Wembley, depicting Queensland in Australia)

The Queensland Cinema was operated under several independent operators until around 1929 when it was closed. It was never equipped to screen sound films.

It was later converted into a skating rink, and then became the Pentecostal Baptist Church.

Contributed by Ken Roe
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