Enjoy Movie in the Park Rothwell

Published 6:00am 13 October 2023

Enjoy Movie in the Park Rothwell
Words by Nadia Chapman

Movie in the Park Rothwell returns to the great outdoors for the whole family to enjoy.

On Saturday, October 21, from 5-8pm, the Grace Lutheran College oval will transform into an outdoor movie haven.

The star of the show this year is the free screening of The Super Mario Bros. Movie (PG).

Bring along your favourite picnic rug or folding chairs and immerse yourself in the world of Mario and brother Luigi, as they wander into a magical new universe.

There will be plenty of movie snacks, including popcorn and fairy floss – and don’t forget to head over to the Ausbuild community barbeque for an iconic sausage sandwich.

With free face painting, children are encouraged to get in line early, so they don’t miss a second of the movie, which starts at 6pm.

Closed captions will feature on the screen during the film.

Key details

When: Saturday, October 21

Where: Grace Lutheran College | Anzac Ave and Mewes Rd

Time: 5-8pm

Cost: Free entry

Movie in the Park Rothwell is proudly presented by Moreton Bay City Council and delivered by Moreton Bay Region Industry and Tourism (MBRIT).

Find out more information here.

Share

Related Stories

Popular Stories

Strong foundation for success at Redcliffe State High School
News / Local

Strong foundation for success at Redcliffe State High School

For new Redcliffe State High School Principal Barry Wallett, continuing to build on the school’s strong foundations while prioritising learning and student development will be his focus in the months and years ahead.

Pilot project to save our waterways
News / Local

Pilot project to save our waterways

Steps are being taken in the City of Moreton Bay to minimise environmental harm in waterways from erosion, soil sediment and construction by-products.

Boost for whale watching, tourism
News / Local

Boost for whale watching, tourism

Brisbane Whale Watching’s permit to operate in Moreton Bay Marine Park has been extended for a further 10 years