Village Cinemas: Crown

Film, Special screenings Southbank

Situated within the Crown Casino complex, on the Yarra Promenade. A wide variety of restaurants and cafés surround the cinema.

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Venue name: Village Cinemas: Crown
Contact:
Address: Crown Entertainment Complex, Shop 50
8 Whiteman St
Southbank
3006
Transport: Nearby stations: Southern Cross; Flinders Street
Static map showing venue location
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