RED DOG travels to St George OpenAir Cinema for Australia Day

What better way to celebrate Australia Day, than taking in a quintessential Aussie yarn on a giant screen overlooking the very harbour the First Fleet decided to call home 233 years ago.

Now one of the top grossing Australian films of all time, RED DOG won hearts across the land with its quirky but true story of a Kelpie dog who attained legendary status in a tough mining community thanks to his amazing acts of camaraderie.

Limited tickets will be available at the Box Office on the day, so be sure to get in quick to celebrate January 26th in true Aussie style!

www.stgeorge.com.au/openair or call 136 100

St. George OpenAir Cinema is the ultimate summer experience. Before the film, wine and dine in the restaurant and bar area whilst taking in the views of the most famous harbour in the world. Then, as the giant 350 square metre screen rises above the water, relax back in grandstand seating and enjoy an extraordinary, only-in-Sydney experience.

Event: St.George OpenAir Cinema 2012 Australia Day Film – RED DOG

Where: Mrs Macquaries Point, Sydney – adjacent to Royal Botanic Gardens When: Thursday January 26,2012 Gates, bar and restaurant open from 6.15pm

Films commence shortly after nightfall (approx. 8.30-8.45pm)
Tickets: Limited Door Sales*: General $35 / concession $32
*additional costs may apply for special presentations.