Outdoor Cinema (Seasonal) * 2016/2017 1st Dec -2nd April * Onsite Catering * Licensed or BYO * No Dogs * Kids Uner 3 Enter Free
Moonlight Cinema pops up at Synergy Parkland in Kings Park at the begining of December and runs part the way through Autumn each year.
A range of grown ups and family movies play throughout the season so if it's a night out with or without the kids you are after, Moonlight Cinema is a good choice. The program includes a range of current and recent blockbusters as well as some cult favourites. A Moonlight Cinema family pass is $50 and single tickets are $12.50 for kids and $17 for adults.
You are welcome to bring your own food, snacks and drinks along (including alcohol) or you can purchase food, snacks and drinks (including alcohol except when a G or PG rated movie is screening). See the link to the Moonlight Cinema Menu under the More Information section below.
You can bring a long a picnic rug or low level chairs or hire a bean bed for $9. There is a section at the back for higher chairs and if you wanted to bring a pram along for your baby to sleep you could sit in this area with the pram.
If you feel like being a bit fancy you can pay extra and purchase tickets in the Gold Grass area. Here you get a bean bed and hosts take your order and serve refreshments from the fully licensed bar and food truck. Just note: there is is no discount for kids tickets for Gold Grass, all persons pay the one same fee.
We highly recommend you arrive a little early and let the kids have a play at Synergy Parkland. This park and playground is just stunning in the late afternoon and evening and it's a great way to burn off some energy before sitting down to eat some dinner and watch a movie. Moonlight Cinema is located just behind the Lycopod Island. It's best to get your tickets online - you can get them at the box office when you arrive if any tickets are left.
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Review by Kids Around Perth Reporter Lauren, 14th December 2016