Friday Flicks have re-started! Look at the movie selection below.

We are also now running Friday Documentaries, once a month, on the 2nd Friday, as part of Friday Flicks.  

Tickets for the FRIDAY FLICKS: Adults $10; Students and Concession $7.50. Online purchase or telephone (07) 5540 5050 with credit card details. 

No trailers; movies start at the advertised screening time. 

Please note that in line with COVID-19 regulations:

  • Ticketing will be limited to 34 people per screening due to room capacity restrictions.
  • All children U13 have to be accompanied by an adult.
  • Social distancing of 1.5m (standing); 4msq (seated) is required.
  • If you are feeling unwell, please do not attend the event.
  • The centre staff reserve the right to ask you to leave if COVID-19 regulations are not being followed so as to keep everyone safe.
  • Tickets have to be purchased online (click on the relevant link below) or by phoning (07) 5540 5050 and providing credit card details for the purchase. Furthermore, there is a short questionnaire to complete during the purchase process.

Thank you for your understanding as we work through government requirements and keep you safe, so that you can meet your friends at the Boonah Cultural Centre to enjoy a recent release movie.

Friday Flicks for your enjoyment:


  • 14 August - WONDERS OF THE SEA 3D (G)  82 min: 10am, 1pm, and 7pm. BUY NOW

From Fiji to the Bahamas, famous underwater filmmaker, Jean-Michel Cousteau, and his children, Celine and Fabien, embark on a voyage to discover the ocean, as never seen before, and learn more about the threats that put the world's oceans at risk. Thanks to new breakthrough filming techniques in 3D, millions of viewers will literally dive into a new and virtually unknown underwater world without ever getting wet!
This is narrated by Arnold Schwarzenegger.


  • 21 August - AMAZING GRACE (G) 120 min: 10am, 1pm, and 7pm. BUY NOW

Singer, Aretha Franklin, performs gospel songs at the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Los Angeles in 1972, the recording of which became the most popular gospel album of all time. It is directed by Sydney Pollack and Alan Elliott. The Washington Post claims that this concert documentary is nothing short of a miracle.

Screening location is at the Boonah Cultural Centre.

Boonah Cultural Centre
3 High Street, Boonah QLD