Our 2018 season has now ended. Thank you to all of our incredible sponsors who help bring the world’s most beautiful cinema to life, and to all of our patrons for joining us on the harbour this Summer. See you next year!

 

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the world's most beautiful cinema.

 

relive the magic of our 2018 season

The world's most beautiful cinema

From early evening, patrons gather with friends at the harbour’s edge to make the most of the stunning outlook and vibrant atmosphere.  With Matt Moran’s Chiswick restaurant on site and a harbourside bar with panoramic views, the event delivers an extensive range of high-quality meals, snacks, champagnes, wines, beers, ciders and spring waters to meet all tastes.

When night falls, an unrivalled cinematic experience unfolds a giant screen is hydraulically raised from Sydney Harbour to stand three storeys high before a 2,000 seat grandstand, complete with surround sound and an incredible backdrop.

 

Tickets will go one sale for our 2019 season in December 2018. Stay tuned for more information as the season draws nearer.

Seats for General Admission tickets are allocated on a first come, first served basis.

Gates open at 6.15pm each evening and the screening commences at approximately 8.30pm.

Door Sales

A limited number of tickets will be available for purchase each night at the Event Box Office from 6:15pm for the same night’s screening only. At midday on each screening day we’ll advise on our website, Facebook page and our information hotline (tel 1300 366 649) how many tickets will be available at the door that night. The Box Office is located at the entrance to the event at Mrs Macquaries Point. EFT facilities are available.

Door Sale general admission grandstand – $39
Door Sale concession grandstand – $37

Cancellation Policy

All general admission tickets to St.George OpenAir Cinema are for unreserved grandstand seating. Tickets are subject to terms and conditions available at the time of purchase and the event’s wet weather and cancellation policy.

On occasions we may make available further allocations of general admission tickets or special offers. If we do so, we will advise of this to subscribers by our enewsletter and/or social media.

Accessible Seating

Wheelchair accessible seating is available. Learn More.

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Restaurant

For our 2018 season, we have partnered with Matt Moran’s Sydney dining institution, Chiswick, to bring a mouth-watering menu to our public restaurant.

A local favourite, Chiswick embodies the philosophy of paddock-to-plate cooking, and will be bringing the paddock to our beautiful harbourside setting this Summer. The Chiswick team will be onsite every night delivering a signature menu designed for St.George OpenAir Cinema.

Kirin Bar

Offering stunning views over Sydney Harbour, and a great range of beer, cider, wine, cocktails and non-alcoholic beverages, come summertime, the Event’s Kirin Bar is the perfect place to catch up with friends.

We’re  also delighted to welcome back to the event Segafredo Coffee and Pat & Stick’s Homemade Ice Cream.

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2018 Partners

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Major Partners

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How to Get Here

St.George OpenAir Cinema is located at Fleet Steps, Mrs Macquaries Point, adjacent to the Royal Botanic Garden.
From the Art Gallery of NSW, proceed north along Art Gallery Road and Mrs Macquaries Road.

Gates open at 6.15pm each evening and the screening commences at approximately 8.30pm.

There are more than 200 metered parking spaces on Mrs Macquaries Road, each charged at the following rates:

8am to 8pm $8.50/hr
8pm to 8am $4.50/hr.


For the Summer Events Season, parking limits after 4pm will be extended until midnight (rather than the signposted 4P or 6P).

Meters accept coins, Visa, Mastercard. Please be mindful not to leave valuables in your car if parked on the street.

Holders of Disability Parking Permits: Designated bays are provided near The Royal Botanic Garden Woolloomooloo Gate and outside the Art Gallery of NSW.

Parking is available at The Domain Car Park, an 8-10 minute walk from St. George OpenAir cinema. A flat fee of $10 applies for cars entering after 5pm on weekdays, and a flat fee of $10 per day applies on weekends (excluding special events).

For more information visit The Domain Car Park website.

The closest train stations are Martin Place and St James. The closest bus stop is on the corner of Market & Elizabeth Streets.

For timetables, maps and trip planning visit Transport NSW, download a train or bus app from the App Store or Google Play or call 131 500.

Taxis will be called at the conclusion of films to the entrance of the event on Mrs Macquaries Rd.
Prior to 8pm you can walk to St.George OpenAir Cinema via the Royal Botanic Garden. Follow the shoreline from the Sydney Opera House to the Yurong Gate.

As all gates close at 8pm,  you can not depart via this route. The quickest route back to the city following the screening is via Mrs Macquaries Rd.

Wheelchair access is available in the front row of the grandstand, at the restaurant and bar, and within the toilet facilities. Once you have made your booking, please advise the venue by emailing for assistance on the night.