- (LUX) - Premium cinema with in-cinema dining
- (REC) - Reclining Seats in every auditorium
HOYTS Entertainment Quarter is located in the heart of Moore Park's premier entertainment destination - The Entertainment Quarter. The Entertainment Quarter is a creative campus with film and television at its heart, also renowned for some of Sydney’s leading music venues, leisure and sporting facilities.
And HOYTS Entertainment Quarter is growing!
From 12 March, the much loved Cinema Paris becomes part of the HOYTS Entertainment Quarter complex as cinemas 14-17, to bring you more seats, more screens and more sessions. Be sure to check your ticket or booking for the number of your cinema, as cinemas 14-17 will be a short walk from the HOYTS Entertainment Quarter main entrance.
HOYTS Entertainment Quarter offers the best cinema experience for any occasion, whether you prefer to indulge in the premium cinema, bar and dining experience at HOYTS LUX or enjoy the world’s most immersive cinematic experience with our IMAX cinema!
We have impressive, dedicated areas and screens for hosting and catering corporate or group functions. The Entertainment Quarter precinct has plenty of activities available for kids, and HOYTS offers children’s play dates, birthday parties, special activity days and family tickets.
Get 3 Hours FREE* parking, now 7 Days a week at HOYTS Entertainment Quarter.
*with purchase of same day valid HOYTS cinema ticket. Please validate your parking ticket at HOYTS. Standard rates apply after 3 hour period.
For HOYTS LUX entertainment, corporate event enquiries, private cinema hire or private screenings, please email email@example.com
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Mature themes and coarse language
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