Coburg Drive-in reopening

Start the car: Australian drive-in opens up after lockdown

It’s been a while since we’ve been able to go to the movies, but with the reopening of Dromana Drive-In this week, it’s all seemed a little bit closer. Now, Coburg Drive-In has announced that they’ll be back showing films from Wednesday 3 June.

Coburg Drive-In will comply with all government requirements when they reopen, and is one of the few cinemas that is allowed to operate.

The drive-in is open every night of the week, and Vrewards members will be able to get hold of $25 car load passes to watch recent releases such as Sonic The Hedgehog, Bloodshot, and The Invisible Man.

There will also be special weekly events such as ‘Quarantino Night’ showing Tarantino’s classic movies.

“The Village Entertainment team are excited to be able to share the joy of cinema again. The Coburg Drive-In is the perfect destination for those looking to escape into the world of film, in a safe and distanced environment. During this time of physical distancing, it is more important than ever to share in the unique community experience that cinema is able to provide,” said CEO of Village Entertainment, Kirk Edwards.

Guests are encouraged to buy tickets online and stay in their cars for the duration of the film. However, the diner will be open (with a maximum capacity of 20), and you’ll be able to order candy bar items through the Coburg Diner Air Service app…

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