Moonlight Cinemas Are Rolling Out Nationwide And Turning 25 This Summer

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Moonlight Cinemas Are Rolling Out Nationwide And Turning 25 This Summer

City parks and gardens will once again play host to moonlight movie screenings.

For the past twenty-odd years, Moonlight Cinemas have been turningĀ our city parks and gardens into outdoor cinemas so that we can enjoy balmy summer nights under the stars. Thankfully, this summer will be no different despite the obvious complications that the entertainment industry has faced.

While the full program of movies and exact dates have not yet been announced, Moonlight Cinemas has said that each cinema location will not only comply with COVID-safe measures such as social distancing measures and contactless payment (no cash money, this year), but there will also be safety marshalls in place as well as extra hygiene facilities.

Once again, BYO will be available at all venues (except Brisbane) so summer night plans will be as easy as packing your picnic rugs and throwing them open on a lush patch of lawn. Obviously, don’t forget the food. But in case you do, or you’re not one to pack ahead, Moonlight Cinemas will have food offerings to satiate your cravings.

Three VIP experiences can also be purchased so that your comfort can be maximised to the absolute full. The Platinum Experience will see couples in Melbourne and Sydney share a premium double-bean bed and cuddle under (take home) blankets if the weather does get a little chilly. If you want your own bean bed though, you’ll move quickly and snap up a Gold Grass pass which includes a waiter so you don’t even have to move a muscle unless it’s to eat or drink.

The locations for each city as well as the opening month are as follows:

Centennial Park, opening November


Botanic Park, opening December

Roma Street Parkland, opening November

Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria, opening January 2021

Kings Park and Botanic Garden, opening December

Head to Moonlight Cinemas for more information.

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