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Make an impact by seeing one of the latest blockbuster feature films or classic IMAX documentaries on the world’s biggest screen. Special discounts are available when you pre-book a group of 10 or more people.

2013 Teacher Survey results are in!

Teachers, hear what your colleagues had to say about IMAX

Learn about the IMAX difference and what it means to you.

Why See It In IMAX? Take a video tour of IMAX's technology headquarters plus much more. Learn about what goes on behind the scenes at IMAX.

A Free Cocktail or Mocktail at Braza Churrascaria for IMAX moviegoers

When you order our Traditional Churrasco Sunday to Thursday and show a same day IMAX ticket

Receive a extra treat at GUYLIAN when you show your IMAX ticket

IMAX ticket holders will receive a Guylian chocolate gift bag when purchasing a mid-week special

Love pizza? EAT LOVE PIZZA has a great deal for IMAX moviegoers

A very special pizza deal exclusive IMAX moviegoers

Darling Harbour installs a new twin-digital IMAX 3D projection system

New twin-digital system to run alongside the existing IMAX 1570 film system

Enjoy a complimentary drink* when dining at The Meat & Wine Co.

Just show your IMAX ticket or mention this offer when dining

IMAX Parking deals from $10* for all day parking!

Wilson's HARBOURSIDE CAR PARK - Entry 100 Murray Street, Pyrmont

Seniors' Matinee Packages

Escape to IMAX in Darling Harbour Sit back and relax in your stadium-style, luxurious theatre seats to watch an enthralling documentary or feature film on the World's Largest Cinema Screen.

What makes IMAX so special?

The content being shown in an IMAX theatre is significantly better than the content playing down the hall. The secret sauce in the IMAX mix is DMR – or Digital Re-mastering – a transformative process we invented.

The History of IMAX

It all began when a small group of Canadian experimental filmmakers came together to produce a multi-screen film installation at EXPO ‘67 in Montreal. The installation was part of a competition to create the first truly large-screen film experience. The filmmakers did it by syncing nine projectors together. It was a huge technological challenge... And they pulled it off!

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