Make the most of the balmy WA summer evenings with a fantastic outdoor cinema experience. Located all over the Perth there is plenty of unique cinema experiences to choose from.
Now in 4 great locations, including Bassendean, Murdoch, Burswood and ECU Joondalup Pines, what better way to spend an evening than picnicking with friends before the sun sets and the silver screen lights up.
Perth’s only drive-in movie complex is sure to take you back in time. Pull into your designated spot, roll down the windows and tune your radio into 89.5FM. We recommend taking lots of pillows and blankets for comfort.
Located on top of a carpark on Roe st in Northridge, this unique cinema previews movies old and new. Watch the sunset over Perth city as you settle in with a group of friends. We recommend arriving a full hour ahead of time to get the best spot. The bean bags are much more comfortable than the deck chairs over a 2 hour period, plus you can take your own snacks. You must buy drinks there.
Located in Burswood, Bassendean and Murdoch you have three locations with rotating movies to pick from. At only $14 per movie, Telethon has over 500 volunteers that run the event each year and has raised over 8.25 million dollars for children in a health or physical ability crisis.
Located on one of the lush lawns in Kings Park, the largest inner city park in the world, moonlight cinema is a unique experience under the stars. They serve delicious food such as salt and pepper squid, nachos and pepperoni pizzas. Food stops serving when the movie begins, so get there early and have dinner under the moonlight.
The newly renovated Luna Cinema is right in the heart of Leederville, very close to central Perth. The intimate area has a mixture of bean bags and chairs with plenty of snacks to choose from. Feeling peckish? why not stay in Leederville for dinner after the movie. We recommend Sienna’s Italian.
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