Victory Theatre Antique Centre
Old theatre filled by numerous antique stallholders selling china, furniture, jewellery, vintage clothing etc. Perfect place to spend rainy afternoon.
By far the best antique and vintage selection in the Mountains with the added attraction of Jewellery.
The Art Deco building, originally called Neate’s Hall when it was built in 1915 and re-named the Arcadia Picture Palace when it opened in 1921 as a 999-seat cinema, is an outstanding example of early Australian country-cinema architecture. After it closed in the 1960’s because of falling attendance…
“Great food, service and atmosphere. Japanese fusion food. Gluten free and vegetarian options. Everything is cooked in a stone oven. Open for Lunch and Dinner Friday, Saturday, and Sundays. ”
“Step back in time to the 1930's era of cinema! Mount Vic Flicks offers an authentic cinema experience serving tea in mugs from their old world candy bar while screening the best of films from today and the past. Join a public screening or host your own private event! This is one of our favourite things to do.”
Grocery or Supermarket
“Its a small super market with everything you need other than the meat from the butcher next door and the produce which the store next that. ”
“My favorite coffee, Campos - nice and strong. Good food, pricey for the mountains but good quality.”
“A visit to The Blue Mountains isn't complete without a drive to Megalong Valley Tea Rooms. Go in the afternoon and on the drive back check oput teh Kangaroos. Only 15 mins from Blackheath, 25mins from Katoomba.”