The Paragon Theatre

Entertainment Venues

The Paragon Theatre in Queenstown Tasmania was built in 1933 in true art deco style. This unique building with its stunning hand-painted floor now offers many options for your entertainment.
Join us for dinner and our own featurettes including Alex Stevenson’s ‘A Brief History of This Spot’ and ‘Let It Be’, the doco style account of how the Franklin River was saved from development from 6-30pm. Don’t forget our famous Whiskey and Raspberry brandy Ice-cream Choc-tops, hand made on the premises.
For a small fee, take a self-guided tour of the theatre to discover its history with proceeds going towards the continued restoration of the building.
For timings and special events throughout the year visit our website and Facebook page.
Book a tour with RoamWild Tasmania and discover Queenstown’s hidden gems and if you are looking for great accommodation in Queenstown we can arrange that too, at Mt Lyell Anchorage.
Find us in the centre of Queenstown opposite the Empire Hotel with plenty of free parking next door.

Facilities

Bar Cafe Carpark Conference/Convention Facilities Family Friendly Food and Refreshments Non Smoking Restaurant

Disabled Assistance

Caters for challenges with learning and communication Caters for limited mobility Caters for people with allergies and intolerances.

Membership

Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation Visitor Information Centre

Rates

From AU$7.00

Self-guided tour $7
Adult movie ticket $14
Dinner by menu prices

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