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Palace Central Cinema

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Opened in October 2017, Palace Central is a 13-screen complex within the Central Park Mall with multiple lounges and bar areas and sweeping views over one of Sydney’s most dynamic urban spaces. 

The cinema includes a large beer hall with local and international craft beers, a Champagne bar and an interactive wine wall. Food includes produce from leading provedores, including daily desserts from the local Brickfields bakery. 

 

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Venue name: Palace Central Cinema
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Address: Level 3, Central Park Mall
28 Broadway
Chippendale
Sydney
2008
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