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8536 5700
hazelhurst@ssc.nsw.gov.au
782 Kingsway, Gymea NSW Australia

About Hazelhurst

Admission:Free

Opening Hours

Gallery:10am - 4pm

Cafe Hours:9am - 3pm

Gallery Shop:10am - 4pm

Art Centre

Mon - Fri:9am - 5pm

Sat - Sun:9am - 4:30pm

Public Holidays

Closed Good Friday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day.

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Hazelhurst sponsor list, Arts NSW, Holt Estate, Moran Aged Care

Film Club

Every Monday at 6.00pm, Thursday at 2pm, and Sunday at 11am experience an exciting program of film that has been specially curated for Hazelhurst by Georgia Wallace-Crabbe and Gregory Miller. Members will enjoy a variety of films including Art House classics and award winning films from Cannes and Sundance. All screenings are free once you join the Hazelhurst Film Club – only $55 per year. If you're already a member of the Friends of Hazelhurst it only costs $50 to join.

  • To join the Hazelhurst Film Club please call (02) 8536 5700 to sign up over the phone, or join in person at reception

Seats are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first serve basis, so be early! Membership cards will need to be shown to gain entry. Only those aged 18 years or older may join the Film Club.

*Thursday screenings are subtitled for hearing impaired audiences.

Season 2 Movies from 28 April to 3 July 2022

Rams

Can the warring brothers set aside their differences and have a chance to reunite their family, when a crisis threatens the herd.

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The Biggest Little Farm

John Chester and his wife Molly leave their city life and purchase a small farm to try and live a sustainable life and bring harmony to their lives.

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The Producers (1967)

A hilarious and controversial satire on Broadway show business.

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Minari

A young migrant family have a shot at the American Dream, as they adjust to a new life in rural Midwest USA.

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Jojo Rabbit

Satire set in World War II following a lonely German boy, Jojo, whose worldview is turned upside down when he discovers his mother is hiding a young Jewish girl in the attic.

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In The Heights

Based on a Broadway smash hit, this vibrant celebration of community, hope and heritage is a movie that's infused with life and verve.

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The French Dispatch

Wes Anderson pays tribute to feature magazines like The New Yorker, where the writers were nurtured and storytelling cultivated

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