The Euroa Community Cinema is Strathbogie Shire Council-managed and is overseen by an operating committee made up of council staff and local volunteers. A group of dedicated community members volunteer their time to screen movies as projectionists and operating the kiosk and ticket box.

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Now Showing

Screening are held regularly on Saturdays at 7.30pm and Sundays at 4pm, unless otherwise stated. There are additional special screenings during the school holidays and on the first Friday of the month.

Upcoming Screenings

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (M)


→ Free Youth Movie, online bookings only

[M] | Supernatural, Adventure, Thriller | 126 minutes

In Marvel Studios’ Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, the MCU unlocks the Multiverse and pushes its boundaries further than ever before.

Thursday June 30, 6pm


Farewell, Mr Haffmann [M] (subtitled)

[M] | Drama, Foreign | 116 minutes

Daniel Auteuil and Gilles Lellouche star in the gripping new historical drama about a Faustian pact between a Jewish jeweller and his assistant in 1940s Occupied Paris.

Friday July 1, 7:30pm | Saturday July 2, 3:30pm



[PG] | Documentary | 81 minutes

A feature documentary about opera singer Tiriki Onus who finds a 70-year-old silent film believed to be made by his grandfather, Aboriginal leader and filmmaker Bill Onus

Saturday July 2, 7:30pm | Sunday July 3, 4pm


The Lost City (M)

→ Free Youth Movie, online bookings only

[M] | Comedy, Action, Adventure | 112 minutes

Loretta, a reclusive romance novelist on a book tour with her cover model, Alan, gets swept up in a kidnapping attempt that lands them both in a cutthroat jungle adventure

Monday July 4, 6pm


The Bad Guys (PG)

→ $5 School Holiday Movie, online bookings only

[PG] | Animation, Family, Comedy | 100 minutes

A crackerjack criminal crew of animal outlaws are about to attempt their most challenging con yet—becoming model citizens.

Wednesday July 6, 11am (sensory screening; lights on, sound down) & 3pm


Jurassic World – Dominion (CTC)

→ Free youth movie, online bookings only

[M] | Action-Adventure | 146 minutes

From Jurassic World architect and director Colin Trevorrow, Dominion takes place four years after Isla Nublar has been destroyed

Friday July 8, 6pm


The Drover’s Wife: The Legend of Molly Johnson

[MA15+] | Drama | 109 minutes

The Drover’s Wife: The Legend of Molly Johnson is a reimagining of Leah Purcell’s acclaimed play and Henry Lawson’s classic short story. A searing Australian western thriller asking the question: how far do you go to protect your loved ones?

Saturday July 9, 7:30pm | Sunday July 10, 4pm



[MA15+] | Thriller, Horror, Sci-Fi | 94 minutes

In a new adaptation of Stephen King’s classic thriller from the producers of The Invisible Man, a girl with extraordinary pyrokinetic powers fights to protect her family and herself from sinister forces that seek to capture and control her.

Saturday July 16, 7:30pm | Sunday July 17, 4pm



→ Family Friendly Movie – BYO Dinner

[PG] | Comedy, Adventure | 100 minutes

While spending years attempting to return home, marooned Space Ranger Buzz Lightyear encounters an army of ruthless robots commanded by Zurg who are attempting to steal his fuel source.

Friday July 22, 6.30pm


Community Choice Movie – Top Gun: Maverick 

[M] | Drama, Action | 130 minutes

After more than thirty years of service as one of the Navy’s top aviators, Pete Mitchell is where he belongs, pushing the envelope as a courageous test pilot and dodging the advancement in rank that would ground

Saturday July 23, 7.30pm | Sunday July 24, 4pm

Bookings –


[M] | Musical , Drama | 159 minutes

From his childhood in Tupelo, Mississippi to his rise to stardom starting in Memphis, Tennessee and his conquering of Las Vegas, Nevada, Elvis Presley becomes the first rock ‘n roll star and changes the world with his music.

Saturday July 30, 7.30pm | Sunday July 31, 4pm


Lunana: A Yak in the Classroom (Foreign Film)

[PG] | Comedy, Drama, Foreign | 110 minutes

An aspiring singer living with his grandmother in the capital of Bhutan dreams of getting a visa to move to Australia.

Friday August 5, 7.30pm | Saturday August 6, 3.30pm

Bookings –


[PG] |Biography, Drama, War| 137 minutes

Legendary 20th Century war poet Siegfried Sassoon’s life-long quest for personal salvation through his experiences with family, war, his writing, and destructive relationships goes unresolved, never realizing it can only come from within.

Saturday August 6, 7.30pm | Sunday August 7, 4pm



Adults: TBC

Children: TBC

Children (under 5 years): free

Pre-paid tickets: TBC (cannot be used for charity screenings)

Tickets can be purchased at the ticket box prior to the screening, or online until 4pm on the Friday before the screening.

Pre-paid cinema tickets can be purchased from Council’s Euroa offices at 109 Binney St, Euroa from 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday.


The Euroa Community Cinema Kiosk is ran by our dedicated volunteers. The kiosk is fully stocked with drinks, lollies, popcorn, and ice creams.

Hiring the Cinema

The cinema can be hired by members of the public and community groups to host a wide variety of events such as fundraisers, forums or concerts. If you are interested in hiring the cinema, please view the cinema hire form for details or contact our Customer Service Team on 1800 065 993.


The Euroa Community Cinema staff and volunteers strive to meet your accessibility needs. Please speak with the volunteers at the screenings for assistance, or alternatively you may call the Council’s Customer Service Team before attending a screening on 1800 065 993.

A hearing loop is available for patrons with hearing aids – please advise the volunteers if you require this on your arrival. A social story has also been developed that can be altered as required for your visit to the cinema. Social stories are used for preparing people for situations before they happen. If you have any other feedback regarding accessibility at the Euroa Community Cinema, please contact the Council so improvements can be made.


Strathbogie Shire Council is always on the lookout for cinema enthusiasts to join our team of volunteers. There are a variety of jobs currently undertaken by volunteers to keep the cinema running, such as selling tickets, projection and working in the kiosk. As one of our valued volunteers, you will of course get to view the movie screening free of charge. If you are interested in volunteering, contact our Customer Service Team on 1800 065 993.


The Euroa Civic Centre Hall previously acted as a cinema until it ceased operation in the early 1980s. Given the relatively limited entertainment opportunities, particularly for children and youth within Euroa and the wider district, the idea of restoring the Euroa Civic Centre to its former glory was born.

Council received State Government funding from the Regional Arts Infrastructure Allocation – Regional Cinemas Program to upgrade the hall. The total cost of the project was approximately $80,000 which was co-funded by Council and the government on a dollar-for-dollar basis. After a lot of hard work by community members and Council staff, the Euroa Community Cinema was opened in November 2003.

Initially films were shown once every month, however screenings increased after sufficient demand. The cinema has now transitioned to a digital format and screens movies Saturday evenings and Sunday afternoons, with additional screenings throughout the year.

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