Movie in the Park Morayfield

Published 9:00am 11 June 2024

Movie in the Park Morayfield
Words by Moreton Daily

Get ready for an enchanting evening under the stars at Morayfield's Movie in the Park on Saturday, June 22.

The delightful community gathering promises an enchanting outdoor cinema experience featuring musical fantasy comedy, Wonka, projected on a pop-up outdoor screen.

With a lineup of food trucks and free face painting for the kids, there's something for everyone to enjoy at the family-friendly affair.

A whimsical journey with Wonka

The highlight of the evening is the screening of Wonka (PG), which follows the adventures of Willy Wonka in his early days as a chocolatier.

Families and friends can gather on blankets or bring their own chairs to relax under the open sky and immerse themselves in a world of chocolate, Oompa Loompas, and everlasting gobstoppers.

Please note closed captions will feature on the screen during the film.

Culinary delights with food trucks

What's a movie night without delicious snacks?

Fear not - a selection of food will be available offering a variety of treats.

Creative fun for little ones

The fun doesn't stop there!

Let your imagination soar with free face painting for the kids (and the young at heart), with talented artists transforming faces into works of art inspired by your favourite movie characters and themes.

Event Details

Date: Saturday, June 22

Time: 4.30-7.30pm

Location: Adelong Court Park, Nairn Rd, Morayfield

Cost: Free Entry

Find out more here.

Movie in the Park Morayfield is proudly presented by City of Moreton Bay and delivered by Moreton Bay Region Industry & Tourism.

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