285-287 Springvale Rd, Glen Waverley VIC 3150, Australia
Visit Century City Walk in Glen Waverley, Victoria. This venue has an average rating of 4.1 out of 1762 reviews, with the latest ratings ranging from 2 to 5. It appears there are mixed reviews for the Century City Walk.
Love this place. Movie theatre, sports bar, accommodation and restaurants all in one convenient place
Vibrant small place with a good cinema. Great food within walking distance. Been growing with the community.
No atmosphere in century city anymore. I miss the days when they had a craft market in the centre every Saturday evening. It was fun and gave the place a great vibe.
Bring it back centre management!!
Nice place with good options for food and entertainment.
The cafes and the kebab option are good and affordable. There is a village cinemas that has affordable ticket rates.
There is a variety of food options available which is good. From Asian flavours to modern Australian, all are available at different restaurants and cafe.
It's a pity that the pancake parlour has not opened back after the initial Victorian lockdowns.
There is a parking lot next door but is usually completely packed in the evenings.
It's a nice little area considering how small it is with Village Cinemas in 4D, Strike Bowling, Pancake Parlour and a few other food options. It has bathroom facilities and is easy to walk to from Glen Waverley station, although I would eat elsewhere for price, atmosphere and selection.
Quite convenient. Got everything good lots of restaurants, a cinema and a bowling club.
We always go there to watch movies. This place is beautiful and they have a lot of restaurants around the area.
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