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Vjunior Sunshine Cinema

VJunior, Village Cinemas Sunshine: Experience Movie Magic With Kids

The Vjunior kid’s cinema experience is so popular with Melbourne families that it’s spread to Village Cinemas Sunshine in addition to existing Vjunior cinemas at Westfield Southland, Fountain Gate, Knox and Plenty Valley.

From comfortable seating to interactive play areas, Vjunior Village Cinemas Sunshine promises to make every movie visit an unforgettable one. 

Located in the heart of Sunshine, the Vjunior at Village Cinemas Sunshine is a state-of-the-art cinema that brings you an unparalleled cinematic adventure designed specifically for families and young movie enthusiasts. 

It’s a great place to introduce little kids to big-screen cinema, as well as providing older kids with a movie-going experience with a difference.

Vjunior Sunshine Cinema

vjunior Movies for kids

Vjunior carefully curates a diverse selection of films suitable for younger kids, including animated adventures and heartwarming family dramas. Check the cinema website to see what films are playing each week (the new schedule publishes every Wednesday for a Thursday to Wednesday screenings).

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Vjunior Play Areas

One of the highlights of Vjunior Village Cinemas Sunshine is its interactive play areas.

Thirty minutes before each Vjunior screening, the cinema is open for interactive play, with Hot Wheels tracks and cars, Mega Bloks and colouring-in.

Vjunior Village Sunshine

Selected screenings also include a 10-minute break which is helpful for kids that may need a toilet trip break or to quickly expend any excess energy.  There are toilets inside Village Cinemas and Sunshine Marketplace.

Play time is also available after your session if there is another movie screening afterwards.

The highlight is definitely the big slide!  Kids can climb up and slide down prior to the movie starting and then the supervising Village staff member will close down the slide. Note my kids at 6 and 8yo are almost too big for the slide so they prefer to play with more Mega Bloks instead.

Vjunior Sunshine Village Cinema

Vjunior tickets

You can save time and money by pre-booking your tickets online at VillageCinemas.com.au, join the free Vrewards membership, or buy various Family and Grandparents Pass packages.

VJUNIOR Seating

Say goodbye to uncomfortable movie seats! At Vjunior Village Cinemas Sunshine, they understand the importance of comfort during a movie-watching experience.

The cinema boasts plush, spacious seats that provide ample legroom, making the entire movie session cosy and enjoyable for the whole family.

There are three different types of allocated seating inside Vjunior; standard, beanbag and recliner lounges. We are ok with the standard seating (which is still very comfortable) so I don’t think there’s any need to book beanbags or recliners.

Vjunior Sunshine Cinema

vjunior Family-Friendly Snacks

No cinema experience is complete without some delicious snacks! Vjunior at Village Cinemas Sunshine offers a wide range of family-friendly treats to satisfy everyone’s taste buds.

A Vjunior menu is available with kid-friendly hot foods, milkshakes and drinks.  Adults can also buy themselves a coffee.

VJUNIOR Parties and Events

Looking for a unique way to celebrate your child’s birthday or a special family event? Village Sunshine Cinema has you covered.

With a range of kids experience vouchers to purchase for your child and their friends, you can organise their birthday party with ease. Simply purchase your birthday party vouchers, choose a film and book a time that suits you!

They can also offer private screenings in any Vjunior cinema for a Vjunior party. Your child and their friends will feel like movie stars on their special day!

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getting to vjunior sunshine

There is lots of free parking at Sunshine Marketplace available, and there are even Parents with Prams parking spots.  Timed parks range from 1 – 4 hours so look carefully at the signs!  Village Sunshine is located at the southern end of the centre, and there is an entrance direct to the cinemas from the car park.

Vjunior has thought of everything to help make going to the movies with kids so much easier. Next time try out Vjunior at Village Cinema Sunshine for a whole new movie experience!

HOT Tips:

  • arrive 30 minutes before your screening for playtime with Hot Wheels tracks and cars, Mega Bloks and colouring-in;
  • Selected screenings also include a 10-minute break;
  • free parking;
  • Sunshine or Albion train stations are 5 minutes walk;
  • toilets at the cinema and within Sunshine Marketplace;
  • Vjunior menu is available with kid-friendly hot foods, milkshakes and drinks;
  • save time and money by pre-booking your tickets online at VillageCinemas.com.au, join the free Vrewards membership, or buy various Family and Grandparents Pass packages;
  • there are three different types of allocated seating inside Vjunior; standard, beanbag and recliner lounges.

Click here for my review of VJunior Southland

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Joyce Watts is a former intellectual property, IT and media lawyer turned serial entrepreneur.

As well as being the founder of TOT: HOT OR NOT she helps businesses with their SEO, email marketing & social media as BrightSmart.com.au; she owns an online bike store CycleStyle.com.au and develops and produces creative experiences for families via WheelieGoodFun.com. She used to publish another popular lifestyle and food blog called MEL: HOT OR NOT The decisive guide to Melbourne.

She lives in inner-city Melbourne with her husband, two children and seven bikes.

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