Hoyts: Melbourne Central

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Hoyts: Melbourne Central

In addition to their regular screens, Hoyts Melbourne Central offers the luxurious comfort of the Director’s Suite. Or you can hippy it up in the quirky Beanbag Cinema.

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Venue name: Hoyts: Melbourne Central
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Address: Level 5, Melbourne Central
Cnr Swanston & Latrobe Sts
3000
Price: $12-$26
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