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782 Kingsway, Gymea NSW
Gallery:10am - 5pm
Cafe Hours:9am - 4pm
Mon - Thur:9am - 9:30pm
Fri - Sun:9am - 5pm
Closed New Years Day, Good Friday, Christmas and Boxing Day. Close at 2pm on Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve.
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Starved for quality films in the Shire? Now you can see great films every week at Hazelhurst.
Every Monday at 6.30pm, Thursday at 11am & 2pm, and Sunday at 2pm experience an exciting program of film that has been specially curated for Hazelhurst by Georgia Wallace-Crabbe and Gregory Miller. Members will enjoy a variety of films including Art House classics and award winning films from Cannes and Sundance. All screenings are free once you join the Hazelhurst Film Club – only $45 per year. If you're already a member of the Friends of Hazelhurst it only costs $35 to join.
To join the Hazelhurst Film Club please call (02) 8536 5700 to sign up over the phone, or join in person at reception.
Seats are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first serve basis, so be early! Membership cards will need to be shown to gain entry. Only those aged 18 years or older may join the Film Club.
Information on upcoming films can be found below.
Wealthy Marguerite Dumont loves to sing passionately for an avid crowd of friends and devotees. The only problem is she’s terrible!
Four classic films in one week!
An adaptation of young Jane Austen’s novella Lady Susan.
The latest documentary from award-winning director Janet Merewether is an inspiring tale of Indigenous cultural survivial.
Indigenous Detective Jay Swan arrives in the frontier mining town of Goldstone on a missing persons enquiry.
TV host Lee Gates and his producer Patty Fenn are put in an explosive situating when an irate investor who has lost everything forcefully takes over their studio.
Director Lee Tamahori reunites with Once Were Warriors star Temuera Morrison.
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