588 Main N Rd, Gepps Cross SA 5094, Australia

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Movie Theater

(08) 8262 1873


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Mainline Drive-In

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Caitlin Pabst
Always have an amazing time at the drive in! I think they could fit more cars if the removed the old speaker poles.
Catt Lowe
Havent been since i was a kid an its still cool fun an a night out loved it $25 per car (5ppl) cant go wrong
Rajat Chhabra
kids love this place....better than Multiplex experience... as you can sit comfortably as you like on bean bags, boot of the car / camping chair etc...
Julian Hamilton
It's a drive in, so you're already prepared for rain, headlights flashing on and off during the movie, kids fighting in the next car, (or in your own car), a long walk over stones in bare feet to the toilet... all that stuff. But as far as drive ins go it's great. They regularly have activities beforehand including petting zoo, disco, face painting and airbrush tattos. Lots of fun for kids.
Mad Mary
Brilliant but even though the canteen had a fire they still serving food from a food truck & still very busy & good food as they are cooking it fresh Deadpool 2 was the movie A+

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