Hoyts Penrith

Film Penrith

Hoyts Penrith boasts of a digital cinema experience and is within an enormous Westfield shopping complex, with plenty of restaurants and shops. The cinema boasts 48 fps capability too.

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Venue name: Hoyts Penrith
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Address: Westfield Shopping Centre
Cnr Jane and Riley Sts
Penrith
2750
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