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Cinema with a ViewApr 18, 2017


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Stop what you’re doing. We have found the best date night ever, available nearly every night in April!

Spend a night under the stars, with breathtaking views and catch a flick at Luna Park. This iconic location will be the place to be this April, with some of the best movies in recent years, as well as some timeless classics, screening right inside the park.

Bring along a date, or grab a group of friends, and check out some great features such as The Edge of Seventeen (2017) or Dirty Dancing (1987).

There are some family friendly blockbusters on the list as well, which are perfect for the school holidays, such as Trolls (2016) and The Smurfs: The Lost Village (2017). 

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To coincide with its screening on April 24th, Luna Park will be the home of the temporary ‘Smurf’s Lost Village Attraction’, which is a interactive zone complete with mushroom houses, workshops and all your favourite Smurf characters.

Don’t worry about the lights and sounds of Luna Park spoiling the movie, sit back, relax and properly immerse yourself in the experience with noise-cancelling wireless headphones.

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Movie packages can be purchased, which includes a post-show dinner at The Deck just down the road. This waterfront venue offers stunning views of the harbour, a lively bar, and a limited time post-screening menu which includes a main and a dessert.

If thrill seeking is more your style, you can purchase an Unlimited Rides Pass at a discounted price when bought with a cinema ticket.

Sessions will be held from April 7th-27th and excludes Sundays. Tickets start at $18 for a 6.30pm start.

There will be an option to hire a blanket for $5 to complete your snuggling needs. You big romantic, you!

 

For the full list of screenings, click here. 

To book your tickets, click here.

By Indah Da Silva


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