In the heart of Yarraville Villiage.
The Sun Theatre originally opened in 1938 as a single screen 1050 seat cinema – the most luxurious in the area. During the 50’s and 60’s TV was the new novelty and the crowds dwindled. To satisfy the new population in Yarraville the SUN became a Greek cinema in the 60’s. It was eventually closed by the Health department for unsanitary carpets! The SUN became derelict over the next twenty years until MGS Group purchased it in 1995.
It has been bought back to it’s former glory with the large auditorium carefully and respectfully divided into four cinemas and another four cinemas have been added over several years to some land at the rear, the side and even above. Eight stunning cinemas, all detailed in an art deco style, many with original details screen the latest new release films from Hollywood, Australia and art films from around the world.
Located at the gateway to the beauties of East Gippsland.
The Sun Cinema in Bairnsdale offers four comfortable cinemas and movie experience to locals and tourists alike.
Surrounded by mountains in Victoria’s Alpine Country.
Becoming part of the Sun Cinema Group in 2020, the Sun Cinema in picturesque Bright offers a 62 seat auditorium and bar giving movie goers a boutique cinema experience.
The only private cinema in Tasmania’s north and an iconic part of Launceston’s landscape.
The Star Theatre is a classic piece of architecture from the golden age of cinema and it operated from 1937 to 1969. After that it was an outlet for St Vincent de Paul for many years but now it has been given a new lease of life as a cinema once more.
Located under the stars in the Seaworks Maritime Precinct in Williamstown.
The Shore outdoor cinema boasts glorious views across the bay to the city, state of the art projection on a big screen, comfy chairs, beanbags or BYO rug.