Roseville is a really charismatic, old-fashioned picture house. It’s a family owned and operated independent cinema, quite a breath of fresh air.
I’m terribly fond of it for it’s olde worlde features and its great choice of art house movies.
This was the first cinema with a ‘baby crying room’ that we ever tried… long ago now, but still remembered!
112 Pacific Highway, Roseville 2069
Phone: 9416 8555
Times: Baby crying room in both cinemas
Both screens of the Roseville cinema have separate ‘baby crying rooms’ inside the cinema. This is a glassed in area, suitable for families with babies and young children.
Both have six seats. There are volume, air conditioner and light dimmer controls in the rooms. No bookings are taken for the rooms, so it is a first-come-first-served scenario and the cinema advises arriving at least 15 minutes early.
Prams cannot go into the rooms but car seats and bouncers can. A bouncer and a change table is placed in each room.
Parents can take partners and friends into the crying rooms, but if another parent and child need the seat the companions will be asked to sit in the main part of the cinema.
Baby change: Change table in each crying room
Map reference: Gregory’s 284 G4, Sydway 236 P20, UBD 195 F4
Parking: Street parking on Pacific Highway and side streets
Nearest station: Roseville is a short walk away
Bus stop nearby: Yes
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