Best Outdoor Cinema Perth including roof top cinema & drive in cinema
Telethon Community Cinema, Burswood, Bassendean and Murdoch
What a great way to support an amazing charity. These venues are all licensed, so they are strictly BYO food and non-alcoholic drinks only, a sausage sizzle is available at Burswood. Bring your own seating or hire a bean bag, chair, or throw down a blanket. Gates open at 6.30pm and films start around 7.45pm.
Moonlight Cinema, Kings Park
Now showing on the lush lawns of Kings Park until March. Gates open at 6pm, and shows start at sundown (around 8pm). This is a BYO venue with snacks and beverages available at the snack bar. A limited number of bean bags are available for hire. Otherwise, bring cushions, blankets and/or a low beach chair without legs. CARD only.
Find Moonlight Cinemas at the May Drive parkland, Kings Park.
Galaxy Drive-In, Kingsley
This Perth institution is one of the last of its kind in all of Australia. Kids love the novelty of a drive in cinema. They are a blast from the past, and an excellent way to enjoy the latest family films with very young children, who may want to fall asleep in the car later on! Back in the car and pile the boot with pillows, blankets and bean bags. BYO food is allowed and there is also a snack bar. There’s a double feature on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights, so you get two movies for the price of one! Gates open at 6:30 and movie starts at 7:30. The gate shuts when the cinema is full, so it’s best to get there early. CASH only.
Find Galaxy Drive-In at corner of Goollelal Drive and Hocking Road, Kingsley.
See our blog here… www.buggybuddys.com.au/galaxy-drive-in-kingsley
Kookaburra Cinema, Mundaring Weir
Head to the hills for the magical Kookaburra Cinemas. Found in the state forest, the stars seem to shine brighter up there. You can even camp there! Overnight camping is available opposite, at the Hills National Parks Visitors Centre. CASH only.
Find Kookaburra Cinemas at Allen Road, Mundaring Weir.
Rooftop Movies, Northbridge
Step off the lift and walk onto the retro-themed roof top cinema with palm trees, campervans turned into a kiosk, bar, and projector room, and deck chairs. Then there’s the amazing city view of the skyline and its twinkling lights. Rooftop Movies is a licensed venue, so BYO drinks are not permitted. Cinema fare such as popcorn, lollies, and ice cream are available for purchase. We recommend bringing a blanket and cushion for extra comfort. Most shows start at 8:00 pm.
Find Rooftop Movies on the top floor of the car park at 68 Roe Street, Northbridge.
See our blog here… www.buggybuddys.com.au/rooftop-movies-perth
American Express Open Air Cinema, East Perth
This cinema usually launches mid-summer, so keep your eyes peeled in early 2019. Cinemagoers can chill out before their movie at the riverside location with some tasty food and beverages from the licensed bar. Best of all, you can take your dog too!
Find on the corner of Riverside Drive and Plain Street.
Good news – watching movies at this venue is FREE! Located at the corner of James and Lake Street, there’s always something on the screen, 24 hours a day. There’s a mix of family friendly movies in the program during school holidays.
Find the big screen at the corner of James and Lake Street, Northbridge.
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