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Palace Westgarth

Film Northcote

Time Out says

This place is like taking a trip back to the golden age of Hollywood – the Scarlet O’Hara-esque stairwell is just one example – and for such an opulent old cinema, the cosy seats and wide screens make for excellent viewing. The Palace has just had $4 million facelift but has lovingly maintained the art deco architecture throughout. It also hosts international film festivals as well as Hollywood blockbusters.

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Address: 89 High St
Northcote
Melbourne
3070
Transport: Nearby stations: Westgarth
Price: $9-$20
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