HAWTHORNE CINEMAS

This cinema was built in the 1940s and is a classic theatre, with a very large auditorium in Cinema 1 which is the original theatre. There are also two smaller screens in the complex.

This cinema is wheelchair accessible.

How to get to Hawthorne Cineplex

Access by Car

The Hawthorne Cinemas are conveniently located halfway along Hawthorne Road, Hawthorne, between Dutton and Orchard Streets. There is a pedestrian crossing directly outside the foyer. Take a left turn off Wynnum Road if travelling from the City. It's only a ten minute drive from the CBD taking the Story Bridge or the Captain Cook Bridge (turn off at Vulture Street)! Check the map above or the Hawthorne Road map in your UBD.

Car Parking

Car Parking is on-street around the Hawthorne Cinemas with plenty of spaces alongside the huge park next to the cinemas. Please be aware that there are some signed "No Parking" spaces at the front of the Cinemas and outside the local shops. Police regularly patrol the area so don't ignore them!

Public Transport

Bus

Buses travel from the City, Cannon Hill and Fortitude Valley regularly. For buses to the Hawthorne Cinemas you need to take one that sets down on Riding Road and then walk through the park or down Orchard Street to Hawthorne Road.

Ferry

Hawthorne Cinemas are serviced by Citycat to the Hawthorne stop and a ten minute walk along Lindsay Street will bring you to our door.

Train

Hawthorne Cinemas is located approximately a 20 minute walk from Morningside Train Station on the Cleveland line.