Hoyts Wetherill Park

Film Prairiewood

Hoyts Wetherhill Park caters for the 60+ crowd with social screenings mornings. There are dedicated party rooms and free unlimited parking. It is also close to restaurants and a large shopping district.

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Venue name: Hoyts Wetherill Park
Contact:
Address: Stocklands Mall
561-583 Polding St
Wetherill Park
2164
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