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Victa Cinemas

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).

See finding dory to win!

Finding Dory Competition

Win a Family Adventure for 4 to The Great Barrier Reef valued at $14,000

Victa Cinemas has joined the latest My Cinema promotion, partnering with Disney to bring the Finding Nemo sequel Finding Dory to our screens offering the chance to win a family trip for four to The Great Barrier Reef valued at $14,000.

Our cinema audiences can join the adventure with the family film FINDING DORY opening June 16, with the opportunity to win a family trip for four to The Great Barrier Reef. The prize includes flights to Hamilton, transfers, 6 nights hotel accommodation in a Coral Sea View Room including breakfast and meal allowance, 5 day buggy hire Hamilton Island, Reef Ranger Experience, Seaplane Reef Adventure Tour and Great Barrier Reef Tour.

Remember the Reef celebrates the Great Barrier Reef, from its pivotal role in the original Finding Nemo, to its new appearance in this June's Finding Dory. The reef is home to thousands of species of fish and mammals as well as over 600 forms of coral! The film and promotion is prompting people to learn about sustainability, marine careers, conservation and practical ways to help ensure the beauty and diversity of the reef that will inspire generations to come.

The competition opens June 1 and closes July 28, 2016. Promotion terms and conditions and permit numbers are located at www.mycinema.com.au.

Tickets are on sale now. See our programme for session details.

Wednesday Morning Coffee Session

Coffee Sessions are held every Wednesday mornings from 10.00am outside of school holidays. Come along and enjoy coffee & cake, door prizes and a new release movie in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere. The best part? All this for just $12.00!

Where to Find Us. Where to Park?

Victa Cinema entrance is located on Ocean Street, next to Bells Corner Complex

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Car parking is available in McKinlay Street and Stuart Street, both within easy walking distance to the cinema foyer entrance.

Admission Information

Adults $16.00
Concession / Student $14.00
Seniors Card $12.00
Children $12.00 (Ages 3 to 14)
Family Pass $49.00

3D Surcharge: A surcharge of $2 applies for all admissions to 3D sessions. 3D glasses are $1 per pair.

PLEASE NOTE: We do not take bookings or reservations via phone or email. You're welcome to come by the cinema and pre-purchase your tickets.

Ticket Classifications

  • • 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 what 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 accepted.

Functions and Fundraising

The Victa Cinema is available for hire for private functions, screenings and charity or fundraising events (min 100 people). Find out more here, or contact the cinema for further details.

Victor Harbor

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.