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Summer Events Season

Pictures in the Park

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Nothing says Australian summer like settling in for some cinema under the stars. Bring a blanket and cosy up with a free family film during our new Pictures in the Park outdoor movie series.

Food and coffee will be available for purchase on the night, with children’s entertainment beforehand. There’s no need to book ahead – just pop down with your picnic blanket and pillows.

About Time (2013, M) - Bembridge Park, Hocking

When: Saturday 13 February 2021 // 6pm to 9:30pm (movie starts at sundown)
Where: Bembridge Park, Hocking
Cost: FREE - no booking required

A labour of love kicks things off with a special Valentine’s Day screening of Richard Curtis’ quirky British rom-com, About Time at Bembridge Park in Hocking. Bring your loved one and snuggle up with this quirky British comedy.

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About Time movie poster
Onward (2020, PG) - Riverlinks Park, Clarkson

When: Saturday 13 March 2021 // 6pm to 9:30pm (movie starts at sundown)
Where: Riverlinks Park, Clarkson
Cost: FREE - no booking required

Clarkson’s Riverlinks Park will play host to the madcap medieval mission that is Disney Pixar’s family favourite Onward. Two elven brothers embark on a magical quest to bring their father back for one day. Like any good adventure, their journey is filled with cryptic maps, impossible obstacles and unimaginable discoveries. 

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Onwards movie poster
The Hundred-Foot Journey (2014, PG) - Koondoola Park, Koondoola

When: Saturday 20 March 2021 // 6pm to 9:30pm (movie starts at sundown)
Where: Koondoola Park, Koondoola
Cost: FREE - no booking required

Heart-warming comedy/drama The Hundred-Foot Journey will delight foodie lovers at Koondoola Park. An Indian family moves to France and opens up a restaurant across the road from Madame Mallory's Michelin-starred eatery. From there, it's a tale mixing ingredients of romance, ambition, rivalry, tolerance and acceptance as a culinary culture-clash comedy evolves.

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Hundred-Foot Journey poster