6 January 2014
Sydney's balmy summer evenings are the perfect time to head outdoors, and if you're looking for something relaxing, entertaining and social to pass your time, we have just the ticket.
The city puts on a range of outdoor cinemas where you can see anything from an old classic black and white or a recent Hollywood blockbuster.
Here are just a few suggestions where you can indulge in a little outdoor cinema adventure this summer.
Running from January 10 to 19 in 2014, this Bondi Beach favourite is home to short films from around Australia and even some international directors.
This iconic location is perfect for a picnic and lay on the sand as you enjoy a number of these morsel-sized movies in the warm summer air!
The much-loved Byron Bay puts on a good show every year with an international film festival. This year, the event will run from February 28 until March 9.
It's a celebration of all things film, with flicks that will inspire you with their representation of diversity, inclusion, authenticity and evolution. Don't miss two of the highlights of this festival – the Gala red carpet events and the beachside screening.
In a season that runs from January 10 right through to February 15, this open air cinema at Mrs Macquarie's point is a Sydney institution not to be missed this summer.
There is a mixture of brand-new films as well as old classics, and with a massive 1,900-seat grandstand, you'll be part of an enthusiastic crowd all keen for a great night out under the stars – all while watching the stars!