Times & tickets
About Reading Millers Junction
Contact & About
This Reading branch off Millers Road still feels gorgeously new and fresh, only opening its doors in 2021. Although the good people of Altona North were kept from enjoying its six-screen majesty during coronavirus lockdowns, it’s now a staple of the local filmgoing scene, nicely located near Kororoit Creek and Altona Lakes Golf Course.
Its tickets are cheaper than larger competitors, but you’ll still get a red carpet experience, with an inviting lobby area that’ll entice you towards that buttery popcorn and warm food options. Try to visit one of the two 20 metre wide Titan screens if you can—even though the smaller screens are just as excellent.
Getting Here, Map & Parking
Half an hour from the centre of Melbourne CBD by car, Reading Millers Junction may be a great option if you normally head to Yarraville’s Sun and want to try something a bit more blockbuster.
The Hobb St/Millers St bus stop is a five-minute walk away, a great option if you’re getting public transport from Yarraville or Williamstown: both journeys will take you half an hour altogether.