Over 20 movies will be on offer between 1 and 31 October, including Frozen, The Secret Garden and The Rocky Horror Show.
Gates at the Sunset Drive-In Cinema at St Ives Showground will open from 6pm nightly from 1 October, with films starting at 7pm.
The drive-in cinema will offer patrons food and drink options at the Showground, but the audience are asked to otherwise remain seated in their vehicles due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Up to 180 vehicles per session can be accommodated at the Showground, and Mayor Jennifer Anderson said the Sunset Cinema’s ticket sales were already going well, less than 24 hours after launching.
“Everyone is looking for something safe and enjoyable to do at this time and we believe this will be very popular with the public”.
“This is an exciting new attraction at the venue and fits in well with our plans to generate more visitors to the Showground”.
- Thursday 1 October: The Greatest Showman
- Friday 2 October: Mean Girls & Clueless
- Saturday 3 October: Frozen I & Ii (Sing-A-Long)
- Sunday 4 October: The Rocky Horror Picture Show
- Wednesday 7 October: Mrs Doubtfire
- Thursday 8 October: The Secret Garden
- Friday 9 October: After We Collided
- Saturday 10 October: Tenet
- Sunday 11 October: The Conjuring
- Wednesday 14 October: Pulp Fiction
- Thursday 15 October: 10 Things I Hate About You
- Friday 16 October: The Lion King (1994)
- Saturday 17 October: Grease (Sing-A-Long)
- Sunday 18 October: An American Pickle
- Wednesday 21 October: Slumdog Millionaire
- Thursday 22 October: Edward Scissorhands
- Friday 23 October: Space Jam
- Saturday 24 October: Dirty Dancing
- Sunday 25 October: The New Mutants
- Wednesday 28 October: Watch This Space
- Thursday 29 October: Bohemian Rhapsody (Sing-A-Long)
- Friday 30 October: Tenet
- Saturday 31 October: Scream & The Blair Witch Project
- 1 car = $50 + $2 booking fee
- Click here to book tickets