The Royal Open Air Theatre is one of the few remaining open air picture theatres in Australia still in operation.
Originally established in 1918, and purchased by the Evert family in 1938, the historic Royal Theatre offers a rare opportunity to enjoy the movies the old-fashioned way – laid back in canvas seats under the stars. Immerse yourself in 'memories of yester-year' with the old time slides and black and white film shorts. The Open Air Theatre is now also home to the World’s Largest Deck Chair.
Drop in during the day to wander through the Museum (via the Gift and Gem and the Opal Walk), or come on a Nostalgia Night, held every Wednesday from April through September.
See also the Opal Walk.