Moonlight Cinema

Catch some of the year’s biggest award-heavy films (and much-loved classics) in the beauty of Sydney’s Centennial Park.

Held in the Belvedere Amphitheatre in Centennial Park, the Moonlight Cinema is a chance to celebrate the last days of summer the best way possible – kicking back in a park, with a picnic, good friends and an awesome film.

Now in its final weeks, don’t miss out on a chance to experience the best way to watch a movie – outdoors in the middle of nature and the sounds of wildlife in the background.

This season of the Moonlight Cinema has been particularly stellar, with some of the biggest award-winning (and nominated) films on show peppered with some timeless classics.

Oscar-winners Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri, The Shape of Water, Call Me By Your Name, and I, Tonya have made for a stellar line-up, along with the likes of record-breaking Black Panther, Mamma Mia, Pitch Perfect 3 and Bridesmaids.

While you can bring your own snacks and edibles to the venue, there is also plenty of delicious food available to buy on location, including New Yorker chilli cheese dogs, beef nachos, Spanish street churros and plenty more. Wash it back with a fine selection of beer, wine or simple sparkling water.

Moonlight Cinema

Don’t miss out on your last chance to soak up Sydney’s balmy summer evenings the best way possible.

The Moonlight Cinema is showing at the Belvedere Amphitheatre at Centennial Park until April 1.

The Moonlight Cinema.

You may also be interested in

La Boheme at Mrs Macquaries Chair

Handa Opera on the Harbour is back again, this time bringing the iconic grandeur of La Boheme to life.

Running until April 22, this is more than just a chance to experience the...

Arida in Potts Point

Take a left turn at the iconic El Alamein in Kings Cross, where Darlinghurst Road becomes Macleay Street, and you will eventually come across one of the city’s best kept style...

Sweethearts Rooftop Cinema

Sweethearts pub on Darlinghurst Road in Kings Cross has undergone multiple incarnations, but its current format is probably the best it’s been in a long time – an outdoor, rooftop ...

The Biennale of Sydney

The country’s biggest, and sometimes most controversial, art exhibition the Biennale of Sydney is now on at Cockatoo Island, Carriageworks and various other venues around Sydney,...

Sydney Royal Easter Show

With Easter fast approaching, this can only mean one thing: The Royal Easter Show is returning in all its fairy flossed glory.

Running from March 23 until April 3 at Sydney...

Art Express

Now showing at the Art Gallery of New South Wales and several other venues throughout Sydney, Art Express is a chance to support the incredibly talented youth of Australia...

Sydney’s Mardi Gras

Prepare to be dazzled with the incredible Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, taking over the city on Saturday, March 3.


Glitter? Check. Feathers? Check. Every colour in the rainbow?...

The Book of Mormon

Irreverent, sacrilegious, hilarious, damned catchy – The Book of Mormon ticks all the boxes and is coming to The Lyric Theatre at The Star, kicking off its season on February 28...

The Lady and the Unicorn

For the third time in 500 years, the iconic Lady and the Unicorn tapestry series has left France, and has headed here to Sydney where it is showing at the Art Gallery of New South ...

Twilight at Taronga

Long, lazy, sun-drenched evenings are one of the best parts of late summer. And along with that is the chance to enjoy some incredible live music in a truly wonderful location:...


Tropfest is Australia’s most prestigious short film competition and it’s on again, the finals taking place on Saturday, February 17, among the lush greenery of Parramatta Park.


Fair Day

Taking place on Sunday, February 18, Fair Day is a chance to immerse yourself into a whole new kind of family and community – Sydney’s vibrant and colourful LGBTQI community.