Located within the iconic Canberra Centre North Quarter, Dendy Canberra offers you a world-class cinema experience.
There’s more to love at Dendy Canberra – we’ve got thirteen screens, including two Premium making us the biggest cinema in Australia’s capital!
Head straight into the exclusive Premium Lounge area where you can collect your tickets, enjoy food from our seasonal gourmet bar menu and have it expertly matched with local and international beer and wine. It's the perfect environment to unwind before your movie.
Once inside the theatre, the indulgence continues as we provide in-cinema catering service from our delectable menu. Sit back in our luxurious recliner chairs and enjoy a fully-serviced, unforgettable cinema experience.
All Canberra buses go into the city centre, so just pick your best route bound for the CBD.
Undercover and outdoor parking is available at the Canberra Centre.
Canberra airport is a 12min drive to the city centre. Jump in an Uber with the window down.
All cinemas are wheelchair accessible. There is a dedicated wheelchair space at the back of each theatre. Please use the lift via the underground carpark or on the Ground Floor. There are a number of wheelchair / disability permit car spaces near the lift. Accessible bathrooms also available at the cinema.
For our hearing and vision impaired guests, Dendy offers accessible cinema so you can enjoy the entire cinematic experience via your own personal device and sit anywhere in the cinema. Please see staff at the box office to collect the equipment and note the equipment is subject to availability (you will need to leave a form of ID to ensure the safe return of the equipment). If you need any assistance with the set-up to the Closed Caption or Audio system, please ask a Dendy Cinemas team member and we will be happy to help.
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This story is mostly true.
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