Congratulations to:

Alexander Fyfe from The Star
Louise Toll from Top Golf
Blaze Chapman from The Star

Who have won a car load of up to 6 people to the Yatala Drive-In screening of Rocky Horror Picture Show!

Valued at $35
The screening will be at 9pm, Saturday the 2nd of November, 2019

Be advised, Rocky Horror Picture Show is Rated M (Sexual references and course language).
Prizes awarded for best dressed!


In this cult classic, sweethearts Brad (Barry Bostwick) and Janet (Susan Sarandon), stuck with a flat tire during a storm, discover the eerie mansion of Dr. Frank-N-Furter (Tim Curry), a transvestite scientist. As their innocence is lost, Brad and Janet meet a houseful of wild characters, including a rocking biker (Meat Loaf) and a creepy butler (Richard O’Brien). Through elaborate dances and rock songs, Frank-N-Furter unveils his latest creation: a muscular man named “Rocky.”



Yatala Drive-In

Appealing to young and old alike – the Yatala Drive-In is South East Queensland’s last open-air Drive-In motion picture theatre, it’s gates first opened on Sunday 27th October 1974, with only one screen and is now Australia’s most modern Drive-In Theatre, boasting 3 massive screens – the biggest of which is 33.5 metres wide! The Yatala Drive-in is more than just movies; it’s about starry nights, cruisin’ in and cookin’ out!

It’s a community event really. There’s something about the drive-in that makes people extra-sociable. It’s kind of like camping out. So there are blankets, air mattresses, folding chairs, coolers, and the all important bug spray. When school holidays arrive, parents dress their youngest children in their pyjamas, and head for the Drive-In.

Cars roll in with headlights dimmed, engines purring and back seats piled high with pillows & kids. Clutching checked rugs and candy, youngsters pile out of cars as parents set up outdoor furniture beside small steel-encased speakers dating from the 1950s. Once the parking parameter is established the next port of call is the Candy Bar, filled with the scent of sweet syrupy popcorn and choc tops. Holding hands & laughing they return carrying hot dogs and popcorn, wearing the sort of smiles kids wear when they are allowed outside at night and the air is full of wonder There’s no babysitter needed, there’s no need to dress up and there aren’t any parking worries.

With no dress code rules, attire varies from shorts and thongs to cocktail wear. And some have been known to arrive resplendent in one-piece pyjamas, finished off with fluffy dog-eared slippers. This strange feeling of nostalgia and yesteryear is what keeps the Yatala Drive-In Movie Theatre alive.
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