In Western Australia, we’re fortunate to experience long warm summers perfect for outdoor movie cinemas. If you have yet to experience a night out under the stars this season, here are several of our state’s most loved and iconic movie venues.
Enjoy a night at the movies for a good cause might not be a new experience for everyone, but it’s an absolute favourite of ours, which is why we’ve partnered with Telethon Community Cinemas for a ninth year.
Located at May Drive Parkland in Kings Park, Moonlight Cinemas has been delivering movies under the stars for 25 years.
Enjoy new releases and cult classics at one of the world’s largest inner-city parks, surrounded by over 2,000 WA native flora and fauna species.
Get there early and take the opportunity to admire the views from Frasier Avenue’s lookout of unparalleled views of the Swan and Canning Rivers against Perth’s skyline.
Located conveniently atop the City of Perth’s Roe Street multi-storey car park, Rooftop Movies offers a quirky retro paradise with sunset cocktails and the cheesy goodness of Mack Daddy’s New York slice pizza.
Snuggle into the kaleidoscope of bean bags on offer and enjoy your movie screening against panoramic views of the city.
Looking for a change of scenery with an overnight camping option? Head to the hills and catch a movie at Kookaburra Outdoor Cinema.
This hidden gem is located near Mundaring Weir with the state forest as its backdrop. Canvas deck chairs and reserved seating is on offer for groups of 10 or more.
The intimate and cosy outdoor cinema is located within the limestone walled gardens of the historic Art Deco Memorial Hall.
Making this venue particularly special is free live music – everything from jazz to folk, and blues plus more.
Remember to arrive early to grab your seat on a bean bag or deck chair.
From arthouse to adventure, thrillers to documentaries, political dramas to award-winning foreign flicks, Lotterywest Films is a unique WA experience not to be missed.
Once it starts, settle into a deckchair and take in the awesome surrounds of Norfolk pine trees.
Galaxy Drive-In Theatre | Kingsley
Perth’s only drive-in theatre offers a relaxed and entertaining movie experience, so pack your snacks and dinner or buy it there.
Galaxy is open year-round so check out their website for all the extra details.
Located 230km northeast of Perth, the Koorda Drive-In has been operating since 1965.
An ideal time to visit is during wildflower season between August and September, but summer nights are also ideal conditions for movie viewings.
Koorda Drive-In runs sessions on Saturday nights. Check their Facebook page for sessions dates, times and costs.
The Dongara Denison Drive-in is a single screen drive-in first opened in 1967.
It screens movies seasonally from spring through to late summer (September to early May), so keep an eye on their Facebook page for what’s showing.
The iconic venue screened its first movie back in 1906, experienced World War II (expand on this a bit?) and in 2004 was recognised as world’s oldest operating open-air cinema by the Guinness Book of Records.
Sun Pictures operates between April and October with two screenings daily.
Up the anti and treat yourself to award-winning wine and gourmet food in the beautiful gardens at Cape Mentelle.
Enjoy live music on Friday nights, then kick back on a beans bag and watch classics or new releases under the stars as you sip on a vino made from the very vines surrounding you.
Supporting the communities that support us
As proud partners of Telethon Community Cinemas, we hope you enjoy your next open air movie experience in the knowledge you’re making a positive impact on the lives of young people in WA.
As WA’s local energy provider, we’re committed to supporting the communities where we operate and helping local organisations and charities do great things across Western Australia and Northern Territory.
Our partnerships span grassroots initiatives through to state-wide programs, each focusing on making a difference in the community.
For more information on Telethon Community Cinemas locations and screenings, or to join the volunteering team, head to communitycinemas.com.au.
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