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Mount Gambier's cinema complex has three big screens, digital (and 3D) projectors and Dolby Digital sound. As the name suggests, the cinema is situated in Percy Street's old Commercial Flour and Oat Mills building, a Heritage Listed building built in the 1800s. The Oatmill complex is also home to Oatmill Tea Rooms, a restaurant and a bar.
Getting Here, Map & Parking
There's a free parking lot to the right of the cinema (corner of Percy and Hedley Streets). Street parking is also available outside the cinema and on surrounding streets.
All tickets for all movies are 10 bucks on Tuesdays (except for public holidays).
Discounts are available at other times for students, children, seniors, Health Care Card and Pension Card holders. ID may be required.
Oatmill Cinema was spawned from humble beginnings, with Shane Fulwood's Landmark Pictures projecting movies on 16mm at the TAFE Theatre in the early '90s. As proposals were drawn up for a multiplex in Mount Gambier, the developers approached Landmark to lease the proposed cinema. And so it was, with Oatmill opening its doors on December 18th 1997, with Titanic as it's opening night movie.