225 Great Western Hwy, Katoomba NSW 2780, Australia

Entertainment, Theaters

Movie Theater

(02) 4782 8900

http://www.unitedcinemas.com.au/session-times/katoomba

Open Hours

Monday 9:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Tuesday 9:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Wednesday 9:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Thursday 9:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Friday 9:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Saturday 9:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Sunday 9:00 AM – 10:00 PM


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United Cinemas The Edge

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Katoomba Session Times

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Andre Cardoso
Great quality theatre with large capacity. The seats are comfortable, the staff is friendly, and the overall movie-going experience is good with no complaints. Parking is a bit funny in front since nobody follows the one-way road and it is effectively two-way, but not a major issue at all.
Wombat Stef
25th May 2018. Not Happy Jan 😠 I seem to be missing about 50 points from my movie pass. The deal is you receive 10 points for each movie you see. 50 points equals a free ticket. When i enquired as to why i was missing points, i was told you get 10 points for each purchase of movie tickets. If you buy 3 tickets at once you only receive 10 points. You need to purchase the 3 tickets individually to receive the 30 points. United Cinemas... you are cheating!😠 1st May 2018. New toilets, thankyou ☺ Staff are friendly and helpful and the movies are great 😆 However... ... the main space which used to have comfortable seating and was a good place to meet prior to movies has been turned into a game arcade. Electronic sound from the arcade games, which even the staff admit is pretty annoying, really does not make me wish to hang around any longer than necessary. 😢 Sad that a game arcade is given priority over a meeting place.
Peter Vergotis
Great facility. Good choice of movies and nice if you want to play games.
Peter Hartman
Thank goodness the cinema is there. There was talk of updating it. Go ahead. Do it. But it's a blessing for film goers that it is there. Staff a very pleasant as well.
Steven Willcockson
Sadly it is very empty of people for a cinema. It was more of a social hub when it had a proper food outlet. Personally I'm not one who wants a fast food chain here in the Blue Mountains, however it worked well when there was one here. It was local and central without the need for a car. Mostly the Katoomba community can be selfish and arrogant. Sorry, but true.

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