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Hoyts Chatswood Mandarin

Film Chatswood

Hoyts has two cinema complexes within Chatswood, so you can always find the movie you are after. There is three hours free parking for Chatswood Mandarin movie-goers, which is located about an international food court.

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Venue name: Hoyts Chatswood Mandarin
Contact:
Address: Mandarin Centre
Cnr Albert & Victor Sts
Chatswood
Sydney
2067
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