Hayden Orpheum Cremorne
Enjoy Sydney Film Festival at the art deco wonder of the Hayden Orpheum Picture Palace in Cremorne. An opulent cinema that first opened in 1935, the Hayden Orpheum Picture Palace also features a Mighty Wurlitzer organ from California.
Coming from the CBD: Alight your bus or train at Wynyard and make your way to Stand A. From here you can catch any bus to the Orpheum by requesting a stop at Cremorne Junction.
Via ferry: Take the ferry across the harbour to Cremorne Point, and catch the 225 up to the intersection of Military Road and Spofforth Street.
Coming from the Western Suburbs: If you make your way to Chatswood or St Leonards train stations, you can catch the 144 or 143 to Cremorne Junction. During peak hours, the 140 also runs from Epping to Manly, stopping at Cremorne Junction.
From the Northern Beaches: Almost any bus to the city will take you to Cremorne Junction.
To find out more on how to get to the Hayden Orpheum via public transport call the Transport Infoline on 131 500 or visit the website www.transportnsw.info.
Behind the Orpheum on Parraween Street you will find a car park, as well as in Cremorne Town Centre, opposite the Orpheum on Miltiary Road. Disabled parking is available in the former, and such patrons are recommended to contact the Orpheum before their visit.
All cinemas in the Hayden Orpheum are wheelchair accessible, with the exception of Cinema 3 (not used by SFF). There are accessible toilets located a short distance from the cinema. Hearing loops are available in all cinemas. Behind the Orpheum on Parraween Street there is a car park with accessible spaces.
Cinema 4 has 4 wheelchair spaces and Cinema 5 has 2 wheelchair spaces.