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Skyline Drive-in Blacktown
Cricketers Arms Rd
Blacktown, New South Wales 2148

The Skyline Drive-in Blacktown is now owned by Event Cinemas theater chain. They purchased the drive-in and it went a major renovation in 2013. It i...more about Skyline Drive-in Blacktown
Heddon Greta Drive In
Heddon St
Newcastle, New South Wales 2321

Opened in 1967, the Heddon Great Drive-in is still going strong. They are open only Friday and Saturday nights and open 7 nights a week during school...more about Heddon Greta Drive In
Yatala Drive-in
100 Jacobs Well Road
Stapylton, Queensland 4207

Originally opened in 1974 as a single screen drive-in theater named the Beenliegh, the theater was later named the Yatala. It then added a second scr...more about Yatala Drive-in
Mareeba Drive-In
5303 Kennedy Hwy
Mareeba, Queensland 4880

The Mareeba Drive-in was originally opened in 1960 as the Rodeo Drive-in. It was closed in 1998 but later re-opened in 2002. The name was changed at...more about Mareeba Drive-In
Tors Drive-in
130 New Queen Road
Queenton, Queensland 4820

Opened in 1966, Tor's Drive-in is one of Australia's continually operating drive-ins. They are a great bargain at $8.50 for 2 movies. They have 2 sc...more about Tors Drive-in
Stardust Drie-in in Ayr
27 Kilrie Rd
AYR, Queensland 4807

The Stardust is a single screen drie-in theater that was openedin 1964. It is still open showing double features on its single screen.more about Stardust Drie-in in Ayr
Jericho Drive-In
Darwin Street
Jericho, Queensland 4728

With a car capacity of just 36 cars, the Jericho Drive-in (openedin 1969) is the smallest operating drive-in in the world of which we are aware. They...more about Jericho Drive-In
Mainline Drive-In
588 Main N Rd
Gepps Cross, South Australia 5094

Opened in 1956, the Mainline Drive-in is one of only two drive-ins remaining opened in South Australia. It is operated by the Wallis theater chain. T...more about Mainline Drive-In
Dromana 3 Drive-In
133 Nepean Hwy
Dromana, Victoria 3936

Originally opened in 1961 as a drive-in named the Peninsula Drive-In, this drive-in theater was later named the Dromana 3. more about Dromana 3 Drive-In
Village Cinemas Coburg Drive-In
155 Newlands Rd
Coburg , Victoria 3058

With a 900 car capacity, the Village Coburg Drive-in is the second largest drive-in in Australia. It is not owned and operated by the Village Cinemas...more about Village Cinemas Coburg Drive-In
Lunar Drive-In Theater
115 S Gippsland Hwy
Dandenong, Victoria 3175

Opened in 1956 and later expanded, the Lunar Drive-in is now the largest drive-in in Australia. It was originally opened as the Dandenong Panoramic D...more about Lunar Drive-In Theater
Kooaburra Outdoor Cinema
Allen Rd
Mundaring, Western Australia 6073

While technically not a drive-in theater, the Kookaburra is an outdoor theater that seats approximately 350 people in sling chairs. They are open sea...more about Kooaburra Outdoor Cinema
Galaxy Drive In Theatre
Goollelal Drive Kingsley?CNR?Hocking Road
Kingsley, Western Australia 6026

Opened in 1973, the Galaxy Drive-in is now Perth's only remaining drive-in theater. The drive-in has a single screen showing double features. They on...more about Galaxy Drive In Theatre