Event Cinemas Bondi Junction

Film Bondi Junction
Event Cinemas

This ultra-modern complex of 11 cinemas has cheery staff, digital surround sound, comfy seating, its own bar, a ‘fine dining’ food court right on its doorstep and harbour views to boot. Programmes feature a mix of blockbusters and the mainstream end of art-house. There’s free parking in the Westfield car parks for up to three hours, but be sure to factor in the half hour it takes to find a spot here. The Gold Class option ($25-$39), similar to Hoyts EQ’s La Premiere, offers plush armchairs that recline until you’re almost horizontal, a separate lounge and the option of food and drink on demand. CityRail Bondi Junction/bus 333, 352, 378, 380.

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Venue name: Event Cinemas Bondi Junction
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Address: Lvl 7, Westfield Shopping Centre
500 Oxford St
Bondi Junction
2022
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