- This open-air cinema is an unforgettable way to experience the great outdoors, catch a movie, and see some dazzling cityscape views. Situated in the Royal Botanic Gardens and overlooking some of Sydney's top sights, it is the perfect place to spend a summer evening. Films begin at sunset on a large screen that rises from the harbour, seemingly out of the water. Films range from general releases to cult classics to family favourites. The on-site restaurant and bar opens at 6:30p, and serves light meals, such as noodles and Chinese veggies, Tandoori Chicken, Octopus Salad and a range of alcohol. Films are screened nearly every night for this brief just-over-one-month period. See website for titles to be shown.
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