Cinema Overview

Regent Cinemas Albury Wodonga is a 9 screen cinema complex located in Dean St Albury. The complex includes our heritage listed "Cinema 1" with over 500 seat capacity and RMAX cinema screen, Australia’s largest regional cinema screen. Plus five more traditional cinemas,  showcase cinema showing the latest arthouse, foreign and special interest films, and two Gold Class cinemas seating 31 and 40 people where you can view the latest movies in luxurious comfort including waiter service and full bar facilities.

In recent years Regent Cinemas has converted all cinemas to Digital also providing five Real3D projectors, offering the latest in high quality 3D and digital movies including enhanced digital sound.

Also in the complex is the popular Intencity Games Centre. Regent Cinemas welcomes group bookings and corporate functions including Intencity kids birthday parties.

Location

Address: Cnr Dean St. and David St. Albury NSW 2640
Phone: (02) 6021 3044
Email: Please use our contact form

 

Facilities

The Centre hosts the latest movies within nine state-of-the-art cinemas, regularly have over 10 different movies screening per week and screen movies from 10.00am to 12am midnight or 9.00am till 12.00am midnight during weekends and school holidays.

 

Days of operation   7 days a week
No. of Screens 9
Parking Details 3 hour parking readily available at rear of cinema
Public Transport  Bus service to area (short walk to stop) 

Disability Access

  • Accessible parking from entry on street 
  • Access to all auditoriums via lift (right at main entrance)
  • Accessible toilet facilities at foyer level
  • CLOSED CAPTION VIEWING SYSTEM AT REGENT CINEMAS

    Regent Cinemas introduces the CaptiView Closed Caption Viewing System for hearing impaired movie audiences.



    The CaptiView system consists of a small LED display on a bendable support arm that fits into the theatre seat cup holder. The easy to read screen is equipped with a high contrast display that comes with a privacy visor so it can be positioned directly in front of the movie patron at the base of the screen image.
  • AUDIO DESCRIPTION VIEWING SYSTEM AT REGENT CINEMAS

    Regent Cinemas introduces the Audio Description Viewing System for vision impaired movie audiences.

    Audio description (AD) refers to an additional narration track for blind and visually impaired consumers of visual media. It consists of a narrator talking through the presentation, describing what is happening on the screen during the natural pauses in the audio, and sometimes during dialogue if deemed necessary. At the accessible locations the signal is sent to a receiver which a headset worn by the user is connected.

 

  • The Captiview and Audio description viewing systems are available for compatible movies showing in both R max cinema and Cinema 3.

PLEASE CHECK THE CLOSED CAPTION PAGE FOR DETAILS ON THIS WEEKS COMPATIBLE MOVIES

R Max movies are listed in session times with an ‘Rmax’ logo. For information on Captiview/Audiodescriptive movies screening in cinema 3 please enquire at the ticket office.

Further infomation regarding film session availability with capiview and fedelio system can be found in the Border Mail Cinema directory 

Special Features

  • Heritage trust building with Mega screen
  • Dolby Digital Surround Sound in select cinemas
  • Group Functions and corporate discounts available.

For more information call (02) 6021 3044.

History

Regent Cinemas has been a family run business for nearly 70 years in Albury. Originally built for live theatre and the Vaudeville days the Regent as it was known back then became the number one Cinema in Albury Wodonga. After the closure of Albury's other cinemas, The Regent forged ahead and formed an association in the late 70's with the progressive Village Roadshow Corporation.

The single cinema operations then became a two screen complex and The Cinema Centre thrived.

In 1995 the Cinema Centre began the process of adding new screens, to become a multiplex cinema experience and one of the largest of its kind in Regional Australia. 2004 also welcomed another three screens including a Gold Class cinema and Showcase cinema which is used primarily for for arthouse, foreign & special interest films.

Cinema 1 is currently listed as part of the Heritage Trust of Australia.

Its reputation as a family entertainment centre has been achieved through the combination of many factors, but most importantly through the efforts of providing a high level of customer service to patrons. In addion, the mix of old world charm and state of the art screens and sound systems makes going to movies an enjoyable and relaxing experience for the whole family to enjoy. Regent Cinemas is generally recognised as the heart of entertainment in the Albury.