Sydney’s centre is no longer the only place to catch a movie under the stars. Western Sydneysiders are about to get their own outdoor cinema.
Located in Castle Hill’s Heritage Park, Sydney Open-Air Cinema launches on Wednesday, April 1 and will be open until Sunday April 19. The line-up features 23 movies of all genres. The Theory of Everything is on the bill, as is the much-awaited Fifty Shades of Grey. Buy tickets to Dirty Dancing or Top Gun, cartoons such as Paddington or Disney’s latest movie, Big Hero 6 and many more, covering romance, action and sci-fi.
Cheeseburgers, tofu or chicken and kale salads and more will be served by Castle Hill cafe The Tuckshop and exclusive Gelato Messina choc-top ice creams are being created for the event. A candy bar and a fully licensed bar serving Oyster Bay Wines and premium beers will also be on site.
Prices start at $19 for a general admission, but the Open-Air Cinema has various ticket options available, such as the Messina Gold Reserve with premium seating and an all-inclusive package. If you fancy a more intimate experience, hire a VIP Bell Tent with a butler.
The Sydney Open-Air Cinema will run from April 1–19. To book tickets and for more information, see sydneyopenaircinema.com.au.