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About Griffith City Cinemas
Contact & About
You know you’re in for a unique experience right from the sight of that fuchsia exterior, heralding “Griffith’s premier entertainment destination”. Star Bowling 12 can even give you the full Lebowski experience before or after you settle in to watch your chosen movie. Kids can go nuts in nearby play areas while parents enjoy a coffee—or something stronger at the licensed Hollywood Lounge.
There’s freshly cooked pizza and burgers at the included Star Cafe, too. And if all that sounds like a lot, you may want to take advantage of this independent cinemas’ Cinebowl Membership, which will get you great recurring deals and a free bowling game and movie ticket upon joining.
All the latest crowd-pleasing blockbusters and family movies make appearances at Griffith City Cinemas, but so do niche Australian and Bollywood titles, ensuring that you never miss out on your favourite new movies as long as that bright pink facade is within reach.
Getting Here, Map & Parking
The 941 bus around Griffith town centre has a handy stop on Kidman Way that can deliver you near to Griffith City Cinemas. Otherwise, a simple walk from Neville Place or Griffith Tafe is about 20 minutes.
Parking is available around the entertainment centre or at the nearby Bunnings car park.