60 Marine Parade, Kingscliff NSW 2487, Australia
60 Marine Parade Kingscliff NS
(02) 6674 4422
Monday 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Tuesday 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Wednesday 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Thursday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Friday 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Saturday 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Sunday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
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Lovely place to be at. Reasonable prices and you can purchase food and drink to consume during the movie. A great little find in Kingscliff. Would recommend it 👍👍
I’m an enthusiastic supporter of local, independently-operated businesses, but as a carer for a person with a profound mobility and communication impairment, I was disappointed to learn that Cinemax doesn’t honour the NSW Companion Card. People with certain types of severe disability require assistance and/or accompaniment to engage in the kinds of community and leisure activities that non-disabled people take for granted, for example going out to the movies. For people in this situation, their only option is to pay for an extra ticket so a carer or support worker can assist them to attend venues, effectively doubling the cost for them to go out anywhere. Already being under financial stress due the expenses associated with living with a disability, many will simply stay home, leading to further social isolation. I’ll just briefly tell you about the wonderful disabled person I care for. Beyond the mobility aids, the multiple permanent medical conditions, and the verbal communication impairments, lies a bright, funny, fiercely independent woman with a gusto for life, who loves the beach, galleries, museums, and arthouse films. Despite being totally reliant on others to take her to venues, communicate with staff, organise tickets, assist her into and out of seating, and ensure medical needs continue to be met throughout the duration of the event, she retains an incredibly positive outlook and is a joy to be around. The NSW Companion Card is an amazing initiative that enables disabled people to be accompanied to venues without incurring an admission fee for the person supporting them to attend. The card is only issued to people with extremely severe and permanent disabilities that prevent them from undertaking activities without direct assistance. Venues across the nation, both large and small, corporate and independent, honour the card, in recognition that waiving an occasional entrance fee for a small number of carers/support workers is more than offset by the facilitation of severely disabled people’s engagement with the community, and the enhancement of their otherwise restricted life experiences. Amongst the countless venues that graciously honour the card, there are some wonderful independent and arthouse cinemas in our local region of Northern NSW, including (amongst others) the Regent Cinema in Murwillumbah, the Start Court Theatre and Cinema in Lismore, Pighouse Flicks in Byron Bay, and the Nimbin Bush Theatre and Cinema. Upon enquiring as to whether Cinemax Kingscliff honours the Companion Card, the owner stated that they would go out of business if they “gave out free tickets left and right.” He was extremely abrupt, spoke over me repeatedly, stated he was “under no legal obligation” to honour the card, and said he was “too busy” to allow me the time to explain its benefits. Because I'd love to see the disabled person I care for given the same opportunity to attend this venue as non-disabled customers despite her reliance on a carer, I look forward to Cinemax revisiting their position, as well as reexamining the sensitivity of their responses to customers with disabilities and their carers.
Went yesterday with my wife for the first time and we had a great time together. Having dinner/ drinking wine during a movie session is just great. Staff? Lovely! Cosy and cool place.
A great little cinema for Kingscliff. Friendly staff and food prices seemed reasonable. Only issue was the quality of the picture. The sharpness and definition was of a low quality. It was like watching a movie 40 years ago...but maybe that’s part of what they are trying to achieve. The chairs weren’t that comfortable either.
Fantastic art house cinema! Order food and drinks (alcohol included) and they are bought to you in the cinema.
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