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The beautiful historic Victa Cinemas is located
on Ocean Street in Victor Harbor. Latest films can be seen every
night of the week except Mondays and Thursdays (open every day
during School holidays).
To view our current programme: November 21 to December 18
At Victa Cinemas we want to give you the most
pleasant movie experience possible, so we are gradually upgrading
our cinemas to suit every ones needs. So far we have completed
Air Conditioning - In 2007 full reverse-cycle air conditioning
was installed in both cinemas.
A digital projector was installed in the ground floor cinema in
In late 2012, both screens at Victa Cinemas were converted to 2K digital, eliminating 35mm film from being used. This offers a brighter, sharper image and no deterioration over time.
A new 'Silver Screen' was also installed in Cinema 2, to replace the old deteriorating screen.
Concession / Student $14.00
Seniors Card $11.00
Coffee Session $11.00 (every Wednesday outside of school holidays)
- A child ticket is restricted for use for those aged
3 to 14 years. Children 2yrs and under are admitted for free
on the condition that they do not occupy a seat when busy.
- A senior’s ticket is for those aged 65 years and
over and shows a Government Seniors Card. The National Seniors
Associations Card is not accepted at our cinema.
- For concession tickets valid ID is required. This includes
a Health Care Card or Pension Card. Please check with our staff
with other cards we may accept.
- For student 15yrs and over a valid photo ID Student
Card is required. University and TAFE student cards are also
Gift vouchers can be purchased from the Victa Cinema candy bar.
The ideal gift for any age. If you have any questions come in
and see our friendly staff.
Movie Meal Deals
Enjoy a movie and a main course from the Grosvenor Hotel, Ocean
Street, Victor Harbor (set menu) for only $23.00.
Also available with;
- No. 5 on Coral Cafe, Coral Street, Victor Harbor for $19 (Lunch
- Granite Island Bistro, Granite Island, Victor Harbor for
$23 (Set Menu)
- Hotel Crown, Ocean Street, Victor Harbor for $23 (set menu)
- Hotel Elliot, The Strand, Port Elliot for $29 (Set Menu)
- Nino's Restaurant, Albert Place, Victor Harbor for $30 (Set Menu)
This represents excellent value for a great night
out or a gift for a friend.
You can visit the Nino's Website here
for more information on what they have to offer.
Coffee Sessions are held every Wednesday mornings from 10.00am
outside of school holidays. Come along and enjoy coffee &
cake, door prizes, give-away's and a new release movie in a friendly,
relaxed atmosphere all for just $10.00.
The Victa Cinema is available for hire for private functions and
charity events (min 100 people). Go here,
or contact the cinema for further details.
Car parking is available in McKinlay Street and Stuart Street,
both within easy walking distance to the cinema foyer entrance.
See map below:
Victa Cinema entrance is located on Ocean Street,
next to Bells Corner Complex
A Sea-Side Experience
Positioned in the heart of the Fleurieu Peninsula, Victor Harbor
is the perfect overnight stop for trips to the wine district of
McLaren Vale, Currency Creek and Langhorne Creek.
Victor Harbor is a popular seaside tourist town
70 minutes south of Adelaide. Historically established as an early
whaling port, Victor Harbor is now home to a whale interpretive
center, and boasts one of the best areas to view Southern Right
Whales between June and September. It is also home to Australia's
first railway line, which was built in 1854, and runs from Victor
Harbor to Goolwa. Known as the "Cockle Train", this
majestic old steam train still runs today along the coast.
What's on Outdoors - Victor Harbor
Granite Island is a popular attraction for visitors to Victor
Harbor. Take the horse-drawn tram from Victor Harbor across to
Granite Island and enjoy a stroll around the historic island.
Join the summer dolphin and Australian Fur Seal cruises or in
winter, view the magnificent Southern Right Whales that make their
annual journey from the Antarctic into the region's protected
waters. In the evening join the Little Penguin interpretive tour,
which includes a guided walk through the local colony of penguins.
Telephone or Fax: (08) 8552 1325