Westfield Warrawong, Level 2, Cnr King & Cowper St, Warrawong NSW 2502, Australia

Entertainment, Theaters

Movie Theater

(02) 4276 3333


Open Hours

Monday 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Tuesday 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Wednesday 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Thursday 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Friday 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Saturday 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Sunday 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM

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HOYTS Warrawong

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Lina Davis
Staff are friendly, cinemas are kept clean and the seats recline, always a bonus. Tickets are fairly well priced and well worth it when considering how comfortable the chairs are.
Kimberly Beadle
Recliners! Every cinema! Not a million dollars more - just the norm ticket! We live in Wollongong and pretty much only go to Warrawong for movies because of the recliners. The staff are also pretty well train - coming from someone who trains hospitality staff. Managers seem positive and involved in daily works too.
Robin Shepheard
Went to watch a film here on a Sunday afternoon. It was fairly empty and would have been served very quickly but we had chosen to book our tickets online so didn't save much time. The costs of drinks, popcorn etc were typically expensive as you would expect in a cinema but the service was very friendly and helpful, especially considering we changed our minds about what we were getting half way through the order. The seats are electrically powered reclining seats and I found them very comfortable and spacious with plenty of leg room. The picture was lovely and clear and the sound was well balanced with just the right volume level I will be happy to go back here and look forward to my next visit
Saniya Mokashi
I had a disturbing experience when I went to Avengers: Infinity War. As the usual Marvel movies have post credits a select few of us were waiting for them. The staff came and told us that there are no post credits for the movie and indicated us to leave so that they can start cleaning. When I came to know later about the post credits and informed them they received it coldly and instead of offering amends just said that they can let the staff know about it and nothing else can be done. This after paying for the movie and $15 for some gourmet popcorn range. The two stars are only for the seating which is decent.
gareth morgan
Greatest cinema experience I've ever had. Super cheap confectionary, and I was sat on by a staff member. It really elevated the realism of being crushed by a gorilla in Rampage. Phenomenal facilities, with next level toilets and the best popcorn on earth. Will definitely be coming again.

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