Majestic Theatre

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This historic social hall was built in 1921, and was refurbished as a silent movie theatre prior to the war, making it one of the country’s longest running picture theatres. It is allegedly haunted by the former proprietor of the theatre, who has been heard pacing the stage, and walking up and stairs to the projectionist booth.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

3 Factory Street
Pomona, Queensland

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-26.3657185, 152.85753380000006
Nearest Towns:
Traveston, AU (5.7 mi.)
Cooroy Mountain, AU (7.3 mi.)
Tandur, AU (8.8 mi.)
Eulama, AU (10.9 mi.)
Amamoor, AU (11.1 mi.)
Woondum, AU (11.1 mi.)
Dagun, AU (11.3 mi.)
Kandanga, AU (11.3 mi.)
Melawondi, AU (12.3 mi.)
Gilldora, AU (12.7 mi.)


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