Source: Rooftop Movies Perth

The Best Outdoor Cinemas to Visit in Perth This Summer

From the latest blockbuster to a timeless classic, an outdoor cinema offers a unique viewing experience unlike anything else. And as the weather warms up the outdoor cinema season upon us – that means finding the best drive-in, rooftop or parkland venue. Here’s a look at the best outdoor cinemas in Perth.

Moonlight Cinema

Location: May Drive Parkland, Kings Park
December to March

The lush lawns and native fauna of Perth’s iconic Kings Park make a magical backdrop for the latest blockbuster. The licensed outdoor movie theatre shows both new releases and cult movies with picnic-style seating and BYO food.

Moonlight Cinema Perth
Source: Broadsheet

Rooftop Movies

Location: 68 Roe St, Northbridge
November to April

Perth’s first rooftop cinema displays the sweeping city skyline in full view behind the large screen projecting festive flicks and iconic classics. The relaxing garden oasis vibe sits six levels above the street with colourful bean bags and vintage caravans as well as a burger-filled menu courtesy of Huxtaburger.

Rooftop Movies Perth
Source: Rooftop Movies

Galaxy Drive-In Theatre

Location: 157-167 Goollelal Drive, Kingsley
All year round

Step back in time and enjoy the nostalgia of Perth’s only remaining drive-in cinema. The Galaxy Drive-In, 20 minutes north of Perth CBD, shows the latest hits all year round in between the most popular cult classics. Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday as well as Tuesdays for $22 per-car movies, there’s also an on-site cafe serving burgers, hot dogs, chips and more.

Galaxy Drive-In Theatre Kingsley
Source: Urban List

Telethon Community Cinemas

Locations: Burswood, Bassendean, Murdoch University and ECU Joondalup
November to April

With four venues across Perth, the Telethon Community Cinemas shows a huge variety of movies from classics to blockbusters, action to comedy. The cinemas are also completely run by volunteers with all profits donated to children’s charities via Telethon.

Luna Outdoor Cinema

Location: 155 Oxford St, Leederville
December – April

If you’re looking for a more intimate setting to enjoy a movie outdoors then Luna’s laid-back summer vibes in the heart of Leederville offers the perfect setting. The fully licensed venue shows a mix of alternative films and the latest releases as well as hosting pre-screening events and special nights.

Source: Have a Go News

Camelot Outdoor Cinema

Location: 16 Lochee St, Mosman Park
December to April

Housed in a picturesque Art Deco venue in Mosman Park, the Camelot Outdoor Cinema is another Luna Palace production. The casual deckchair or bean bag set up is the perfect spot to enjoy a film from the diverse program of blockbusters and more niche movies. Make sure you get down early to enjoy a live-music pre-show features some of Perth’s most talented musicians.

Camelot Outdoor Cinema
Source: Scoop

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