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A revitalised Courtenay Place has become the heart of Wellington’s entertainment scene, and
Courtenay Central can take a fair share of the credit.
Dubbed as “Total Centretainment”, Courtenay Central is abuzz night and day with
Wellingtonians and visitors alike enjoying top-class cinema facilities, and a wide range of retail,
dining and entertainment options. As a total package for anyone wanting to enjoy a leisurely day’s
shopping, or a meal-and-movie night out under one roof, this is Wellington’s place to be.
Driving the centre’s entertainment is the
Reading Cinema complex. All the latest new-release movies play at one of the 10 state-of-the-art
cinemas, which feature wall-to-wall screens, digital sound and stadium seating.
For the discerning movie-goer (or for those who just love luxury), the complex has exclusive Gold
Lounge seats at the rear of four of the theatres. Here you can enjoy the ultimate cinema experience
with the best views in the house, a glass of wine and something to eat from the snack and meal menu,
and unlimited popcorn and soft drinks – all while you watch the movie from your Laz-e-boy recliner
armchair. You also have the use of the elegant, fully licensed Gold Lounge, where you can meet with
colleagues and friends before or after the movie. The lounge is the perfect place for hosting
private or corporate occasions.
Before or after the movies, or just for the chance to grab a meal while shopping, Courtenay
Central offers everything from McDonald’s to Starbucks, Chinese to Indian in its foodcourt, with
specialty restaurants for those who prefer something more up-market.
As if all of this is not enough, Courtenay Central boasts more than 1000 car parks. Park and
enjoy the fun all in one place, right in the middle of Wellington’s entertainment precinct.
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