Enjoy movies like they did back in the golden haze of the 1950's at Country Club Tasmania's Drive-in Cinema.
Country Club Tasmania is located in parkland on the rural fringe of Launceston, the island's second-largest city after Hobart.
There's fine movie choices for both kids and adults, with Madagascar 3 and This Means War showing at the Drive-in Cinema on Friday April 5 at the Country Club Paddock.
Gates open 18:00, with the Madagascar 3 beginning at 19:00, followed by This Means War at 20:30.
Make sure to drive in early and get parked up to ensure you and your family have a prime viewing spot!
Tickets are $15 per car for a movie, with both movies $30 per car – purchase your tickets online from TixTas.
Pick up some dinner before leaving at Country Club Tasmania's Bolters Pizzeria.
Bolters has a delicious combination of wood-fired pizzas including Aussie, Ham Fungi, Meat Lovers, Wood Fired Pumpkin and Margarita.
There's also calzones available in bolognaise and four cheese flavours, with tasty starters such as nachos and potato skins with bacon, sweet chilli, cheese and sour cream on the menu.