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Adelaide “Mums and Bubs” Baby Friendly Cinemas

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Hey new parents! Don’t miss out on seeing all the latest movies just because you’ve had a baby. Relax and enjoy all the newest movies with dimmed lights and the sound turned down. So get out, make a plan and go see a movie this week!

Event Cinemas “Bring your Baby” session. 

Event Cinemas – Bring your Baby Sessions

Available at Arndale, Glenelg and Marion

Bring Your Baby sessions do NOT run during school holidays. For safety reasons prams can’t be taken into the cinema.

Check sessions available here

Hoyts – Prams at the PIX

Weekly on Wednesdays
A baby friendly cinema experience for all parents and carers.
Relax and unwind watching the latest movies on the big screen, including comedy, drama, action and sci-fi flicks with kids under five FREE!
They’ll dim the lights and soften the volume, to ensure you can sit back and enjoy your break.

*Prams at the PIX sessions are not held during school holiday periods. Sessions are subject to change without notice.

Check sessions available here

Wallis Cinemas – Bring a Bub Sessions

Thursday mornings. Includes free tea or coffee. Children under 4 are FREE!
Mitcham, Piccadilly, Mt Barker, Noarlunga, Mildura.

*No screenings in school holidays.

Check sessions available here

Palace Nova Hello Baby! screenings

Tuesdays at 10:30am and Wednesdays at 12pm

The perfect opportunity for parents and their bubs to catch the latest film releases in the comfort of a lightly dimmed cinema, with easy pram access (including on-site lifts), where nobody minds how much noise is made, since half the audience members are wearing nappies!

Check sessions available here

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Mum of 3. 6 year old Winnie and her new baby sister Ziggy who was born last year and one 4 legged sausage dog called Frank David. I work from home with my own graphic design business and love watching this little community of Kids in Adelaide-ers grow

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