Westpac Openair cinema has returned for another summer at its stunning home at Mrs Macquaries Point in the Royal Botanic Gardens. Catch some of the best new films of the season on an impressive 350-square-metre screen, including the highly anticipated House of Gucci, The Matrix Resurrections, Paul Thomas Anderson’s coming-of-age comedy-drama Licorice Pizza and Spanish comedy The Good Boss, featuring Javier Bardem.
An idyllic sunset screening is a winner for any date, regardless of whether it’s the first or the 50th. That’s why Broadsheet has put together a luxe cinema package for two, in partnership with Croser, the sparkling wine sponsor of Westpac Openair 2022. It includes arrival drinks, dinner and the best seats available.
The package was created specifically for members of Broadsheet Access, our affordable new program bringing you the best of Sydney year-round. The night begins at the Croser Lounge, where you’ll be greeted with a glass of Croser Vintage Sparkling. Then, head to the cinema’s waterfront restaurant for dinner by top chef Mike McEnearney (Kitchen by Mike), plus music by some of Sydney’s leading DJs and, of course, an incredible view. As the sun goes down and the screen rises from the harbour, settle into your VIP chairs and enjoy the film.
We have a limited number of these packages available over the course of the season. To secure your preferred screening, sign up to Broadsheet Access (from $6.50 per month) and purchase your package.
There are plenty more experiences like this on offer with Broadsheet Access. Last month, we took 100 members on a private tour of the NGV’s Gabriel Chanel. Fashion Manifesto exhibition in Melbourne, and this month six lucky subscribers won free VIP packages to the Australian Open, including courtside seats and dining at the Atrium Eatery. Next up: a double-pass giveaway to the AGNSW’s Matisse: Life and Spirit exhibition.
Broadsheet Access x Westpac Openair Cinema VIP packages for two are $138. The Westpac Openair 2022 season is on now until Tuesday February 22.