Broome’s Twin Cinema up for $2.1m sale

Sam JonesBroome Advertiser

If you’ve ever wanted to host 376 of your closest friends for a movie night, now is your chance.

Broome’s old Twin Cinema is up for sale, and for just $2.1 million you could bask in all of its 3546sqm, 377 seat, 71 car bay glory.

Built in 2002, the venue withstood a number of serious cyclones through the years, but finally succumbed to the pressures of COVID-19 after closing in March of last year.

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If, like us, you don’t have hundreds of friends to fill the seats then do not stress! The land is zoned ‘town centre’, providing for a list of uses as long as your imagination.

In true cinema-combo deal fashion, if you buy this they’ll even throw in the land outside, which is currently leased to one of Broome’s favourite hangover food destinations — Good Cartel.

If you’re interested in buying the property, give Andrew Blackley from PRD Real Estate Broome a call on 0409 113 358.

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