Until December 15, as per the current Public Health Order, NSW cinemas are only open to those who are fully vaccinated for Covid-19 or exempt
Masks are mandatory indoors :: Proof of full vaccination or exemption status is required to attend a screening :: QR code check-in is mandatory
Please reserve for all sessions as seating must be allocated :: DiscoverNSW vouchers accepted
Mount Vic Flicks is located in heritage-listed Mount Victoria, one of the highest towns in the Blue Mountains and is a much loved and treasured icon of the Upper Blue Mountains. Built in 1934, the cinema is a window into the golden age of Australian country picture theatre culture.
Our family run independent cinema shows an eclectic mix of quality films from Australia and abroad, arthouse to kids, new releases to classics. We are a participating cinema of the captured in HD broadcasts of the National Theatre Live and MET Opera series and host various local and international film festivals, special events and fundraisers.
We have regular classic film screenings with many sessions played in by our resident theatre organist Wendy Hambly. Check session details for times and come early for a real old-time treat.
Our snack bar offers homemade choc tops, home baked treats and hot soup in the cooler months of the year and the cheapest tea and coffee around.
We accept most cards at the ticket box and in the snack bar.
The venue is fully wheelchair accessible, including parking, toilets and snack bar and can accommodate a large number of wheelchairs.
The cinema is equipped with a hearing loop system and headsets can be provided for those who do not have hearing aids with a T-switch.
We have heating and cooling.
Gift vouchers are available and can be modified to suit your needs.
Known as Mount Victoria Pictures, the cinema operated until the late 1950s. The hall remained closed as a cinema until 1986, when Ron and Diane Bayley established Mount Vic Flicks.
Fresh faces at Mount Vic Flicks – Blue Mountains Gazette, July 10 2013
The Flicks is part of a Mt Vic revival – Lithgow Mercury, September 19 2013
New era for an Old Favourite – Scenic World, March 2014
Australia’s last single-screen cinemas – Sydney Morning Herald Good Weekend, September 27 2014
Mount Vic Flicks goes 3D – Blue Mountains Gazette, November 3 2015
Mount Vic Flicks 30th Birthday – Blue Mountains Gazette, June 26 2017
Five to Try: Independent Cinemas - Broadsheet Sydney, July 21 2017
Mount Vic Flicks voted Best Regional Cinema - Blue Mountains Gazette, September 28 2018
Sydney's Quirkiest Cinemas - Hunter And Bligh, October 24 2019
Mount Vic Flicks impresses MP Walt Secord - Blue Mountains Gazette, October 2019
Most cards accepted.