June 23, 2020

The Winter Festival Drive-In Cinema is coming!

Drive in to Mount Panorama and enjoy a range of movie classics on the big screen from your car proudly brought to you by McDonald’s Bathurst. This in-car, socially distanced experience will have you reliving the old days and making new memories. Round up your mates, rug up the kids, pick up dinner from a great Bathurst eatery on the way and enjoy a special night out.

Movies feature every night of the festival. Check the session times for screening times and movies.

Buy one ticket and stay for two movies every Saturday! Experience a mini movie marathon when two classic films team up for a great night out at Mount Panorama. This special event features the first movie at 6pm, a short intermission followed by the second and final movie of the night.

*Please note you cannot buy single sessions on Saturday nights. If you only want to stay for one movie, check out all the single sessions available on other nights.

TICKETS – ON SALE 22 JUNE 2020

1 ticket = one car for entry

You can have as many people in your car as legally allowed (one seat per person – NO squeezing in extra people!).

$45 per ticket – single session

$80 per ticket – Saturday night’s double feature

For the early bird purchasers, there is a discounted price $35 per ticket, ($60 for the double feature) but only a small allocation available. Once they sell out, all tickets will be $45 and $80 respectively.

Tickets must be pre-purchased. Tickets will not be sold at the gate. For more information and for bookings please CLICK HERE

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