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  • Ticket Type Descriptions

    Adult Ticket An Adult ticket is required for people aged 16 or older unless a valid concession card discount is applicable.  Child Ticket Valid for children between the ages of 3 and 15 years of age. ...

  • What age restrictions are placed on Child tickets?

    Age restrictions will vary depending on the content shown and the age of the child; Event Junior content: Children under 1 year of age are admitted free when accompanied by a paid ticket holder if the...

  • What are ticket price surcharges?

    Surcharges are an additional cost for various attributes depending on your film type, time and day. These additional costs may include 3D, Vmax and Friday/Saturday after 5pm. The surcharges will be co...

  • What do the movie classifications mean?

    Films must be classified by the Australian Classification Board before they can be publicly exhibited in Australia. Tickets cannot be purchased (and any persons on whose behalf you purchase tickets) f...

  • What does NFT mean?

    The Company may impose a “no free list” or “no free tickets” restriction (NFT) to certain films and screenings in its discretion. NFT is a restriction imposed for selected films and screenings upon th...

  • What is allocated seating?

    Most of our cinemas now have allocated seating. Allocated seating allows patrons to pre-purchase their tickets online and to reserve the seats they want. Patrons who book online can also Jump The Queu...

  • Event Junior

    Designed for children under the age of 5, Event Junior is a modified family-friendly cinema experience. Event Junior is the perfect destination for parents to allow their kids to be kids and enjoy the...

  • Bring Your Baby

    Our new 'Bring Your Baby' sessions have been specially created to meet the needs of busy mums and dads, relatives and adult carers who want to bring junior along whilst they enjoy a movie. 'Bring Your...