93 Deakin Ave, Mildura VIC 3500, Australia

Entertainment, Theaters

Movie Theater

(03) 5023 4452

http://www.wallis.com.au/cinemas/mildura



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Wallis Cinemas Mildura

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Pumyra Thundercat
The theater itself was pretty good. The staff were nice and friendly. Tickets are reasonably priced. However parking is a pain. There's three hour parking on street, which is fine for a regular 1.5 to 2 hour movie. But we were there to see the new Star Wars which is 2.5 hours. Plus the commercials at the beginning and everything else brought it over the 3 hour mark by a little. Shouldn't have to risk a parking ticket just to see a movie.
Tracey Winslow
Great cinema, but needed to have separate line for tickets. I just wanted a ticket ,nothing from the candy bar and had to wait in a line out the door.
Lesley Palmer
Spacious seating, great movies, love chioc tops with nuts. Easy parking, highly recommend morning session or maybe I shouldn't share this secret?
Synthia Halliday
Variety of movies and screenings is less than I thought it would be. But a lovely cinema with yummy snack options.
Josh Larby
Great clean cinema come here all the time from Berri and love it.

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