Hoyts Warringah Mall

Film Brookvale

Hoyts Warringah Mall has a fully licenced bar and café that is available for functions or group bookings. It's open from 6pm and spans the entire first floor.

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Venue name: Hoyts Warringah Mall
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Address: Warringah Mall
145 Old Pittwater Rd
Brookvale
2100
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