St George Open Air Cinema

Enjoy the latest cinematic masterpieces this summer with one of the best views in the house.

Summer’s back and that can mean only one thing – so is the annual St George Open Air Cinema, running every evening from January 7 until February 21.

Every year, movie lovers (and some just keen for a more unique night out) descend upon Sydney throughout the summer to experience one of the most wonderful cinematic experiences of the year.

Situated on Mrs Macquaries Point in the Botanic Gardens, the St George Open Air Cinema unfurls against a backdrop spanning the Opera House, Harbour Bridge and city skyline – a breathtaking visual experience like no other in the world.

Guests can snack on a variety of fine wines, beers and delicacies ahead of the movie, with refreshments provided by one of Sydney’s most acclaimed restaurants – Matt Moran’s Chiswick.

This year’s schedule includes some of the most anticipated releases, including the Star Wars: The Last Jedi Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, Call Me By Your Name, and I, Tonya.

Tickets to each screening are of course limited. Make sure you don’t miss out by heading over to the official website and pre-booking yours as soon as possible. 

You’ll never be able to watch a movie in a traditional cinema again.

St George Open Air Cinema will play at Mrs Macquaries Point, Botanic Gardens, from January 7 until February 21.

 

Stgeorgeopenair.com.au

 

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