About Majestic Cinemas Wynnum

Majestic Cinemas is a successful independent cinema company with multi-screen operations in both NSW & QLD. Operating for almost 20 years, we’ve seen and been a part of many technological and industry advancements. We aim to be an adaptive business that listens to the differing community needs across our 9 cinema locations.

We are experienced in working with our local audiences to deliver a range of entertainment, from blockbuster movies through to art-house, cultural, sporting and community events all using state-of-the art cinema technology.

Our cinemas are places of community enrichment as well as places of entertainment and business.

Majestic Cinemas Wynnum is a 6 screen complex located in the Lato Baia Apartment Building opposite the Waterloo Bay Hotel.

6 cinemas including 2 Crown Lounge cinemas that offer in seat dining with meals cooked fresh at the Waterloo Bay hotel. 

Full disabled seating and wheelchair access. (Call the cinema for more information about disabled access).

Parking is available via underground parking at the Lato Baia Building.

Disabled parking is located on the first level of underground parking at the Lato Baia Building.

The Wynnum Central Train Station is only a 300m walk from the cinema.

Tingal Road Bus Stop is a 2 minute walk from the cinema.

Licensed Bar (no BYO) with a selection of café food & drinks. AND our celebrated handmade choc tops.

In line with community desires the cinema will screen the latest blockbusters as well as a wide selection of films and presentations from around the world, including operas, theatres, musicals, concerts, as well as foreign and art house films.

Our full intention is to have a dynamic relationship with the audiences of Wynnum, playing host to a number of community events including film festivals, private business and group events, open caption screenings, as well as fundraising, community and specialty events.

We’re super excited about becoming part of the rich, progressive and dynamic Wynnum Manly region.

We would like to acknowledge the traditional owners of this land, the Quandamoooka people, and pay our respects to the Elders past, present and future.