The Euroa Community Cinema is a not-for-profit cinema managed by Strathbogie Shire Council & supported by a committee made up of council staff and cinema volunteers. Dedicated community members volunteer their time to screen movies; they operate the kiosk, ticket box and assist with running the Projector.

We regularly screen a mix of mainstream, blockbuster and art-house movies.

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What's screening

Before Dawn

  • Saturday 25 May, 7:30pm
  • Sunday 26 May, 4pm
Mature themes, battle violence and coarse language
Genre & Duration
Drama, History | 100 minutes | Australian film

Based on real life war diaries, Before Dawn is an epic retelling of one of Australia’s biggest victories during WW1.

Jim Collins, a young man from the outback, leaves his family-run sheep station to join the ANZAC and fight on the western front with hopes of making a difference. Soon, the realities of the muddy, ruthless, and entirely unforgiving war takes its toll on Jim. As the men in the battalion are whittled away and hope becomes a distant memory, a final chance at redemption at the Battle of the Hindenburg Line, one of Australia’s greatest WW1 military victories. Jim must risk death or forever carry the burden of leaving yet another man behind.

Levi Miller, Travis Jeffery, Ed Oxenbould, Stephen Peacocke.

Back to Black

  • Saturday 1 June, 7:30pm
  • Sunday 2 June, 4pm
Strong coarse language
Genre & Duration
Biographical Drama | 122 minutes

A celebration of the most iconic – and much missed – homegrown star of the 21st century, BACK TO BLACK tells the extraordinary tale of Amy Winehouse. Painting a vivid, vibrant picture of the Camden streets she called home and capturing the struggles of global fame, BACK TO BLACK honours Amy’s artistry, wit, and honesty, as well as trying to understand her demons. An unflinching look at the modern celebrity machine and a powerful tribute to a once-in-a-generation talent.

Jack O'Connell, Lesley Manville, Eddie Marsan, Marisa Abela.

The Fall Guy

  • Saturday 8 June, 7:30pm
  • Sunday 9 June, 4pm
Action violence and coarse language
Genre & Duration
Action, Drama, Comedy | 126 minutes

He’s a stuntman, and like everyone in the stunt community, he gets blown up, shot, crashed, thrown through windows and dropped from the highest of heights, all for our entertainment. And now, fresh off an almost career-ending accident, this working-class hero has to track down a missing movie star, solve a conspiracy and try to win back the love of his life while still doing his day job. What could possibly go right?

Emily Blunt, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Teresa Palmer, Ryan Gosling, Winston Duke, Stephanie Hsu.


  • Saturday 15 June, 7:30pm
  • Sunday 16 June, 4pm
Coarse language, sexual references and nudity
Genre & Duration
Drama, Romance | 131 minutes

From visionary filmmaker Luca Guadagnino, Challengers stars Zendaya as Tashi Duncan, a former tennis prodigy turned coach and a force of nature who makes no apologies for her game on and off the court. Married to a champion on a losing streak (Mike Faist – West Side Story), Tashi’s strategy for her husband’s redemption takes a surprising turn when he must face off against the washed-up Patrick (Josh O’Connor – The Crown) – his former best friend and Tashi’s former boyfriend. As their pasts and presents collide, and tensions run high, Tashi must ask herself, what will it cost to win.

Josh O'Connor, Zendaya, Mike Faist, A.J. Liste.

The Way, My Way

  • Saturday 22 June, 7:30pm
  • Sunday 23 June, 4pm
Mild themes and coarse language
Genre & Duration
Drama, Comedy | 100 minutes

THE WAY, MY WAY is the charming and captivating true story of a stubborn, self-centred Australian man who decides to walk the 800-kilometre-long Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route through Spain. He doesn’t know why he’s doing it… but one step at a time, it will change him and his outlook on life forever. Based on Bill Bennett’s best-selling memoir of the same name.

Jennifer Cluff, Chris Haywood, Laura Lakshmi, Pia Thunderbolt.

Temporary cinema closure


Temporary cinema closure from 24 June, 2024.

Due to renovations to our toilet facilities, the Euroa Community Cinema will be temporarily closed from 24 June, 2024.

Please keep an eye out on our website, social media or email newsletter for further updates regarding our re-opening date.

Thank you all for your patience and understanding.

Other information

Ticket prices

Adults & Children over school age: $12

Children under school age: free

→Companion cards accepted – just show our ticket box volunteer your companion card.

Online bookings:

  • EFTPOS is available at the cinema for both the ticket box and kiosk
  • Tickets can be purchased online or from the ticket box prior to the screening.

Note: children under 13 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian who is at least 16 years or older for the duration of the screening. 

All ticket prices effective from 1 July, 2023

Gift vouchers available!

Gift vouchers are $12 each | one gift voucher = one $12 ticket.

Gift Vouchers can be purchased from Council’s Euroa offices at 109 Binney St, Euroa from 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday.

Note: Online bookings close at 5pm Friday for movies screening on a Friday evening, or 11am Saturday for movies screening on Saturdays and Sundays.

Screening times

Regular movie screenings:

During Australian Eastern Standard time, movies are generally screened at the following times:

From Saturday 13 April, 2024:

  • Saturdays at 7:30pm
  • Sundays at 4pm
  • First Friday foreign films: the first Friday of the month at 7:30pm, and
  • Saturday matinees at 4pm
Classification ratings

Classification Ratings

Classifications help you decide which films to choose. Classifications tell you about the impact of the content and the most suitable audience for a film.

What do the ratings mean?

General (G)

G is an advisory classification

The content is very mild in impact

The G classification is suitable for everyone. G films may contain classifiable elements such as language and themes that are very mild in impact.

Parental Guidance (PG)

PG is an advisory classification

The content is mild in impact

The impact of PG (Parental Guidance) classified films should be no higher than mild, but they may contain content that children find confusing or upsetting and may require the guidance of parents, teachers or guardians. For example, they may contain classifiable elements such as language and themes that are mild in impact.

PG-rated content is not recommended for viewing by people under the age of 15 without guidance from parents, teachers or guardians.

Mature (M)

M is an advisory classification

The content is moderate in impact

Films classified M (Mature) contain content of a moderate impact. M-rated films are not recommended for children under the age of 15. They include portrayals of elements such as violence and themes that require a mature outlook.

However, children under the age of 15 may legally access this material as the classification rating is an advisory category.

Parents, teachers and guardians may need to find out more about the specific content before deciding whether the material is suitable for children in their care.

Mature Accompanied (MA 15+)

MA 15+ is a legally restricted classification

The content is strong in impact
MA 15+ rated material contains strong content and is legally restricted to people over the age of 15. It contains elements such as sex scenes and drug use that could have a strong impact on the viewer.

A person may be asked to show proof of their age before purchasing or viewing an MA 15+ film or computer game.

Children under the age of 15 may not legally watch, buy or hire MA 15+ rated material unless they are in the company of a parent or adult guardian. Children under the age of 15 who go to the cinema to see an MA 15+ film must be accompanied by a parent or adult guardian for the duration of the film. The parent or adult guardian must also purchase the ticket for the child. The guardian must be over the age of 18 and exercising parental control over the child.

Restricted (R 18+)

R 18+ is a legally restricted classification

The content is high in impact
R 18+ material is restricted to adults as it contains content that is considered high in impact for viewers. This includes content that may be offensive to sections of the adult community. A person may be asked for proof of their age before purchasing, hiring or viewing R 18+ films and computer games at a retail store or cinema.

Check the Classification (CTC)

‘Check the Classification’ (CTC) message for unclassified films
The film has been assessed and approved for advertising. You should check the classification closer to the release date.


Proof of age

Cinemas may verify a person’s age before they provide access to an MA 15+ or R 18+ film.

Proof of age (preferably in the form of photo identification) may be requested of the person claiming to be 15 or 18, or of the parent or guardian.

When can cinemas refuse entry to an MA 15+ or R 18+ film?

Cinemas are required to abide by the MA 15+ and R 18+ age restrictions. This means refusing entry to an MA 15+ film to any person who reasonably appears to be under 15 and who is not accompanied by his or her parent or guardian.

Entry to an R 18+ film in a cinema can be refused to any person who reasonably appears to be under 18.

This also applies to tickets already purchased online.

Who qualifies as a “guardian” for a person under 15?

The “guardian” must be an adult exercising “parental control” over the person under 15 years of age. The guardian needs to be 18 years or older.

An older sibling or friend would not generally satisfy this requirement, whereas a grandparent, aunt or uncle may.



A fact sheet about restricted classifications can be found here:

Restricted classifications fact sheet

A copy of the classifications can be found here:

Classification ratings

Further information

You can obtain further information about the National Classification Scheme at
Or contact: Classification Operations Branch Locked Bag 3 HAYMARKET NSW 1240
Phone: 02 9289 7100 Fax: 02 9289 7101 E-mail:
Copyright and Classification Policy Branch Phone: 02 6141 3416


The Euroa Community Cinema Kiosk is run by our dedicated volunteers. The kiosk is fully stocked with drinks, lollies, popcorn, and Choc Tops.

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.

Click here to fill out cinema hire form


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 (BH).

  • Companion cards accepted – just show our ticket box volunteer your companion card.
  • There are 5 dedicated wheelchair spaces in the cinema; contact the cinema to reserve a space
  • We have two rows of seats with armrests that fold up out of the way; there is also more room in front of those seats compared to the other rows of seats
  • A hearing loop is available for patrons with hearing aids or who are hearing impaired – please ask 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.

→Click here to view social story

If you have any other feedback regarding accessibility at the Euroa Community Cinema, please contact the Council so improvements can be made.

Become a Volunteer

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 get to view all movies at the cinema free of charge. If you are interested in volunteering, contact our Customer Service Team on 1800 065 993 or click here to find our application form.


The Euroa Civic Centre Hall previously acted as a cinema (The Euroa Civic Theatre), 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 Theatre 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 14 November 2003.

Initially films were shown once every month, however screenings increased after sufficient demand. The cinema transitioned to a digital format in January 2014 and screens movies Saturday evenings and Sunday afternoons, with additional screenings throughout the year.

Euroa Civic Theatre
Euroa Civic Theatre
Euroa Community Cinema Auditorium (September 2023)
Euroa Community Cinema Auditorium (September 2023)
Two of the Cinema's wheelchair spaces
Euroa Community Cinema foyer (12/01/2024)
Euroa Community Cinema Kiosk (September 2023)
Euroa Community Cinema entrance (September 2023)