Berkeley Mission Bay

85 Tamaki Drive, Mission Bay
Mission Bay's waterfront, art deco, four screen cinema with licensed theaters and bar.

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About Berkeley Mission Bay

Contact & About

Hoyts Mission Bay (formerly part of the Berkeley cinema group) screens a broad range of films, including mainstream and family films, with a penchant for mature and art house titles.

The theatres are licensed so you can get yourself a wine and beer at the bar, alongside coffee and regular candy bar fare.

Getting Here, Map & Parking

Mission Bay has two free car parks (with about 90 spaces), each is located off Patterson Ave - one behind the cinema, the other behind Portofino restaurant. There's also plenty of street parking.

If you're getting to the cinema by bus, get the Tamaki Link, 774, 775, 782, 783 or 881 lines. Each stops on or nearby Tamaki Drive.


Hoyts Cinemas have discounted sessions throughout the week. You can find these by looking for sessions with 'Saver' or 'Super Saver' attributes. The level of discounting varies, but tends to be around $5 a ticket.

There are further discounts available for Hoyts Rewards members.


The Mission Bay cinema opened in December 1937.

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