Retro Drive-In Cinema & Diner Transports You Back In Time

  • All Ages
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It's back! And more socially distant than ever. The gates officially reopen from Thursday 28 May, with Friday Fright Nights, Go Retro on Saturdays and a line-up of much loved family favourites.

The program of films will feature some of the best blockbusters, cult classics and family flicks from the back catalogue including Frozen IIFord V FerrariThe GooniesDolittleThe Invisible ManAngry BirdsBirds of PreyBad Boys for LifeGreaseSpies in DisguiseIT Chapter TwoKnives OutThe Gentlemen and more.

Skyline Drive In is now the only permanent drive-in cinema left in Sydney, and accompanied with their on-site 1950s-era Happy Days diner, this could be the most perfect date night ever!

Step back in time with red and white striped uniforms, classic American fare, vinyl booths, neon signs, and a cinema where you can park and watch the latest hits from the comfort of your car. 

Source: BuzzFeed Australia

Step Back In Time

Far from being just a cinema and just a diner, Skyline offers a totally immersive experience, and we're sure your kids will be fascinated to see how Friday nights were spent back in the day. 

It could even be a totally romantic sans-kids date idea.... very Sandy and Danny! 

All The Details

Where: Skyline Drive In Blacktown, Cricketers Arms Rd, Blacktown 
When: Several nightly screenings, from 6.20pm find session times and restrictions here.
Cost:   Sessions start from $25 per car

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Feature image via Skyline Drive In Blacktown/Luchetti Krelle

 

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