Enjoy Movie in the Park Beachmere

Published 6:00am 18 February 2024

Enjoy Movie in the Park Beachmere
Words by Nadia Chapman

Enjoy an evening under the stars for a Movie in the Park the whole family can enjoy.

On Saturday, February 24, from 6-9pm, Clayton Park at Beachmere will transform into a family-friendly movie haven.

This year, the star of the show is the free screening of Top Gun: Maverick (PG 13).

Bring along your favourite picnic rug or folding chairs and find out where Navy top aviator Pete “Maverick” Mitchell’s mission will take him.

With free face painting, children are encouraged to get in line early before the movie starts, which begins at 6pm.

Closed captions will feature on the screen during the film.

Key details

When: Saturday, February 24

Where: Clayton Park | 10/26 Biggs Ave, Beachmere

Time: 6-9pm

Cost: Free entry

Movie in the Park is Proudly Presented by City of Moreton Bay and Supported by Strategic Sponsors Ausbuild, Australian Trade College North Brisbane, Belgravia Leisure, Crew Legal, University of the Sunshine Coast, Matchsticks Marketing Agency, Pipeline Supplies and Hire, The Sebel Brisbane Margate Beach, Sesame Lane, Village Motors, Bishopp Outdoor Advertising, The Redcliffe Peninsula, Innovate Moreton Bay.

Find out more information here.

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