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Moonlight Cinema - Doggie Nights 2016

To  all of you who love movies, love the outdoors but most importantly love watching movies with your dog - the Moonlight Cinemas Doggie Nights (presented by Comfortis) are back for the 2015/16 season!

From December 3 to March 27 you can catch all your favourite movies - old classics and new releases at the Belvedere Amphitheatre in Centennial Park, Sydney.

Doggie Nights will make a return where you and your best friend can watch a movie together.

Four puppy friendly flicks will be shown at all Moonlight Cinemas across the country. Previews of Snoopy and Charlie Brown: The Peanuts Movie, comedy gold flick Sisters, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, and for canines (or their owners) with a Daniel Craig crush, Spectre welcomes furry friends into the adventure.

Summer 2015/16 Program

  • Saturday 19th December – Snoopy and Charlie Brown, the Peanuts Movie (G) 
  • Tuesday 5th January – Sisters (CTC) 
  • Thursday 21st January – Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (PG) 
  • Sunday 31st January – Spectre (M)
Dogs are in fact permitted at any Moonlight session on the condition that they are well-behaved and kept on a short leash.

Where: Belvedere Amphitheatre, Centennial Park, Paddington

When: Gates are open an hour and a half before the film starts (8h30pm) so grab your loved ones including your pooch for a night of summer fun, food and film under the stars.

Cost: $19 (Adult) or you could upgrade to the "Gold Grass Package" at $35, which includes a bean bed in a premium viewing spot and wait service.

For the latest program details in your city or to book tickets, visit

House rules according to the Moonlight Cinema website
  • Dogs must be kept on a short leash (2m or under) at all times.
  • The owner is required to pick up after the dog and keep it quiet during the film.
  • Remember to bring a drinking container and water for your dog.
  • Aggressive dogs will be denied entry. If a dog becomes aggressive or fights with another dog, the owner will be told to immediately remove their dog from the venue.
  • Dogs classified as “dangerous” or “restricted” and dogs needing to be muzzled, will be denied entry.

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