City of Bunbury

Grand Cinemas, Bunbury


Summary
  • Wide and spacious cinema entries with spaces in each cinema for people using wheelchairs or mobility devices
  • There is captioning offered at selected sessions
  • Audio loop and headphones with adjustable volume are offered
  • The companion card and seniors card are accepted
  • Two accessible parking bays nearby
  • One accessible unisex toilet with a baby change table on site
Cinema
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Location (View Map)
33 Clifton Street, Bunbury, WA 6230 Australia
Opening Hours
  • Monday and Sunday 9.30am until 7pm
  • Tuesday to Saturday 9.30am until 9pm
Telephone
  • 08 9791 4455

Closest accessible parking

  • There are two level accessible parking bays 3 metres wide and 5.4 metres long located in front on the cinema entrance.
  • Bays are identified by blue line markings and the access symbol but do nothave signs at the head of the bay.
  • Vehicle access from: Clifton Street
  • Pedestrian access:
    • There is a level shared pedestrian vehicle bitumen driveway with a concrete kerb ramp next to the bays.  
    • The kerb ramp connects to a level concrete and paved footpath which leads to the main entrance. It has some changes in direction.
  • Cost: There are costs and time limits associated with this car park. However, ACROD permit holders who clearly display their ACROD permit and not required to purchase a parking ticket when parking on the street or in a car park in the City of Bunbury, and in this location can stay for twice the time indicated in the sign.
Parking Kerb ramp
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Closest accessible parking
Eliot Street Carpark, Bunbury
External access and entrance
  • The approach to the cinemas is via a level bitumen shared pedestrian and vehicle drive that leads to a concrete kerb ramp.
  • A wide, level concrete path with some changes in direction leads to the entrance.
Entrance
  • There are wide double automatic doors with a small lip at the entry threshold.
Entrance
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Internal area
Foyer
  • A wide, carpeted corridor leads to ticketing and candy bar area.
  • The ticketing area is spacious but can become crowded due to queuing.
  • There are a number of gaming machines in the foyer.
  • There is a variety of soft circular ottoman style seating 44cm high without arm rests throughout the foyer area.
  • Information brochures are on display at sitting to standing height.
Counter
  • Ticketing counter is at standing height behind a Perspex security grill. Speech holes are at high standing height and there is also a gap at the base of the Perspex at a lower standing height for speech and payment.
  • Credit card, EFTPOS and cash are accepted for ticketing sales.
  • There is a spacious approach to counters.
Queuing
  • There is a formal queuing system up to the counters through moveable queuing guides.
Seating
  • Cinema seats have firm cushioning with lift up armrests.
  • Seats are located in tiered seating. The steps have illuminated step edges and no handrails.
     
Corridor Counter Ticketing Seating
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Signage, customer displays and customer information
  • The directory board has clear print in good colour contrast. The print is red and green LED light on a black background.
  • The information produced by the cinema is in generally good colour contrast with a reflective surface which may be difficult to see from some angles.

Toilet: Grand Cinema Unisex accessible toilet

  • Gender: Unisex
  • Signage: There is no directional signage to the toilet.The unisex accessible toilet is clearly identified by the access symbol
  • External access: The toilet is located off a wide carpeted corridor. There is one change in direction.
  • Toilet door: The sliding cubicle door is 80cm wide heavy to open. It has a D handle.
  • Pan height: 48 cm
  • Handrails: Provided.
  • Basin height: 83 cm
  • Lighting: Switch is movement activated
  • Baby change table: Yes
  • Baby change table description: A wall mounted, fold down baby change table with the handle 1.5 m high. The table is 90cm high when unfolded.
Door Cubicle Toilet Basin Toilet layout
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Rooms

Cinemas
Cinemas
  • There are six separate cinemas.
  • All cinemas have wide, level entries and ramps leading from entrance into main cinema area. The ramps vary in gradient from 1:11 to 1:12.
  • Captioning is provided in Cinema 3 for selected sessions but not the other cinemas.
  • Audio loops and headphones with adjustable volume are offered in all cinemas.
  • The following cinemas are mirror images of each other:
  • Cinemas 1 and 4
  • Cinemas 2 and 3
  • Cinemas 5 and 6
Cinemas 1 and 4
  • Corridor leading into main cinema area is 1.4 metres wide.
  • Seating is located towards the front of the cinema in the third row.
  • There are two wheelchair spaces with fixed seating on either side. Depth of allocated area is 1 metre and width is 1.5 metres.
  • Seat heights are 43cm. Depth from seat front to rear of next seat is 46cm.
Cinemas 2 and 3
  • Corridor leading into main cinema area is 1.2 metres wide.
  • Seating is located towards the front of the cinema in the third row.
  • There are two wheelchair spaces with fixed seating on either side. Depth of allocated area is 1 metre and width is 2 metres.
  • Seat heights are 43cm. Depth from seat front to rear of next seat is 46cm.
  • Captioning is available in Cinema 3 for selected sessions.
Cinemas 5 and 6
  • Corridor leading into main cinema area is 1.4 metres wide which narrows to 1.2 metres wide.
  • Seating spaces are available at each end of the theatre with space for one to two wheelchairs. Walkway leading to this area is 1.1 metres wide.
  • The area is 1.5 metres wide with a depth of 1.6 metres. The area is semi enclosed.
  • Staff can place a movable seat next to the wheelchair space meaning a family member or carer can be seated next to someone using a wheelchair in this allocated space.
Entries Corridor Aisles Seat spaces Seat spaces Steps
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Information collected by: City of Bunbury

Care has been taken to ensure the accuracy of this information however no guarantee is given that the facility is fully accessible. Please advise the You're Welcome WA coordinator at the Disability Services Commission of any access changes since publication.