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Sun Pictures Broome

Broome Movies comprises of Sun Pictures (the World's Oldest Outdoor Picture Gardens) and Twin Cinemas (twin indoor air-conditioned cinemas).

  • Type:Entertainment Venues
  • Activity:Cinemas
  • Suited For:Families,Kids (4 - 12),Teens (13 - 17),Adults (18+),Wheelchairs,Seniors

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  • Type:Entertainment Venues
  • Suited For:Families,Kids (4 - 12),Teens (13 - 17),Adults (18+),Wheelchairs,Seniors

Description

World's longest-running outdoor cinema, built in 1913, screening new releases in a charming setting.
 
Sun Pictures’ history is fascinating. Before it was developed as a cinema by master pearler Ted Hunter, the site housed a large store owned by the Yamasaki family. The first movie was shown in December 1906, and shows have continued to this day except for a period during WWII.  Until 1967, seating in the cinema was racially segregated according to the hierarchy of Broome society at that time

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Twin Cinemas Broome

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