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Where is Queanbeyan’s long-awaited cinema?



Artist's impression of proposed Queanbeyan cinema

An artist’s impression showing how the proposed Queanbeyan cinema may look. Photo: Supplied.

Queanbeyan is no closer to getting its long-awaited cinema, which is now reliant on a $6 million bushfire recovery grant that developers United Cinemas applied for in January this year.

The development is proving to be a prolonged prequel to the cinema before its first film is shown after a development application (DA) was first approved by Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council on 14 March, 2018.

The site of the complex above Kmart in Morisset Street was stripped at the end of last year, and the Sydney-based developer was expected to begin construction at the start of this year.

Council also approved a modification to their DA in December 2020…

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