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6 Of The Best Drive-In Cinemas Around Australia That Are Open During Iso

6 Of The Best Drive-In Cinemas Around Australia That Are Open During Iso

Drive-In Cinemas: 6 Of The Best Places In Aus Showing Movies During Iso

Cinemas might be closed for the moment, but that doesn’t mean a night in front of the big screen is out of the question. Drive-in cinemas have popped up around the country, and they’re a super cute (but iso-safe) way to get the classic movie-going experience.

As you can probably tell by the name, a drive-in cinema works the same way as something like Sydney’s Moonlight Cinema. Except instead of sitting on a picnic blanket or bean bag, you’ll park your car in front of the big screen and watch it from there.

Some drive-in cinemas are already open, but others are scheduled to start screenings on June 1. Tickets are on sale for most cinemas anyway and selling out fast, so better get in quick.

We’ve rounded up some of the best drive-in cinemas for those nights you’re in the mood to roll up, wind the windows down, get cosy and enjoy a good flick.

Here are 6 of the best drive-in cinemas around Australia:

#1. Skyline Drive-in

Where: Blacktown, Sydney

 

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A favourite of Sydneysiders every year, the Blacktown drive-in cinema is going to be even more popular this time around. With four screenings running every night from Thursday to Sunday, there’s a huge program of recent blockbusters and classics to choose from.

Films on the bill include Knives Out, Jumanji: The Next LevelFrozen 2Grease and Elizabeth Moss’ creepy thriller The Invisible Man.

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#2. Mov’in Car

Where: Entertainment Quarter, Sydney

 

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Mov’in Bed outdoor cinema has pivoted to a drive-in, but what hasn’t changed is the fantastic selection of movies and hot food on offer.

Catch The NotebookSpider-Man: Far From HomeMurder on the Orient Express, a Kill Bill double feature and classic Aussie movies like The Castle and Muriel’s Wedding.

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#3. Village Cinemas Drive-in

Where: Coburg, Melbourne

 

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Opening on June 3, this cinema already has an exciting program of films including Mad Max: Fury RoadPulp FictionReservoir Dogs and Sonic the Hedgehog.

It’s also showing some of the best worst movies, like the waking fever-dream of Cats and Vin Diesel’s stupidly entertaining Bloodshot.

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#4. Lunar Drive-in

Where: Dandenong, Victoria

 

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The Lunar Drive-In runs every year, and this time it’s screening hits like 1917, Doolittle and Bad Boys For Life. And with an extensive collection of new and upcoming movies slated as ‘Coming Soon’, there’s no rush getting to a screening.

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#5. Yatala Drive-in

Where: Stapylton, Queensland

 

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Movies screen seven nights a week at this drive-in, and include hits like Birds of PreyThe Gentlemen10 Things I Hate About YouShrek and a Frozen 2 singalong.

Sign us up for the Clueless and Mean Girls double feature and the Twilight saga triple feature (don’t deny you want this).

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#6. Mainline Drive-in

Where: Gepps Cross, South Australia

 

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With two movies screening each day, there’s lots of new and classic flicks to choose from. See The Invisible ManJumanji: The Next LevelBack to the FutureSpace JamThe Iron Giant and the hugely brilliant Galaxy Quest.

Get tickets here.

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