Melbourne Outdoor Cinema Guide
What better way to spend an evening than watching classic movies under the stars in one of Melbourne's outdoor cinema's.
Now a Melbourne tradition, cinemas pop-up in early December, operating throughout summer until late April.
Most provide seating, albeit deckchairs, some allow beanbags, others picnic on the grass and enjoy the night air and big screen.
Another summer looms and so do the outdoor cinemas
What happens when it rains: despite Melbourne's weather, you should be fine, according to the Bureau of Meteorology the average number of 'rainy days' is 10 in December, eight in January and just seven in February.
Melbourne Outdoor Cinemas
Rooftop Cinema | Program
The Rooftop Cinema screens nightly (No films on Mondays & Fridays). The Rooftop Cinema at Curtin House screens everything from cult favourites to new releases and documentaries. ..
Cameo Outdoor Cinema | Open
The Cameo Outdoor Cinema provides the perfect summer cinematic experience; quality, new release movies in the fresh air and beautiful surrounds of the Dandenong Ranges. Fully licen ..
South Wharf Pop-Up Cinema
South Wharf Pop-Up Cinema Returns Over Summer Grab your friends and family and head down to South Wharf this summer for the ultimate viewing experience with the arrival of Comm ..
American Express Openair Cinemas
Barefoot Cinema | Portsea
Barefoot Cinema | Mount Martha
Lido on the Roof
Barefoot Cinema | Elsternwick
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❊ Also See... ❊
→ American Express Openair Cinemas
→ Cameo Cinemas
→ Cameo Outdoor Cinema | Open
→ Coburg Drive-In
→ Lido on the Roof
→ Moonlight Cinema
→ Rooftop Cinema | Program
→ Shimmerlands Outdoor Auditorium
→ South Wharf Pop-Up Cinema
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