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Park Cinema returns

05 Dec 2017

A much-loved local favourite, Park Cinema is returning to Victoria Harbour at the end of January.

Following a successful trial in early 2017, Park Cinema is back with strong demand from residents and the films were picked based on community feedback.

The free open-air cinema will again kick off at Buluk Park and will entertain residents with PG-rated blockbusters over six Fridays from January 26.

Get your mates and families together and enjoy a summer evening in front of the big screen outside Library at the Dock.

Before the film, watch the roving entertainment and grab something to eat and drink from local retailers.

The first three films are Strictly Ballroom (January 26), Ethel & Ernest (February 2) and Karate Kid (February 9).

Free tickets are available now at victoriaharbour.com.au/news-and-events

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