How to Get Tickets to Sydney’s Disney+ Drive-In

How to Get Tickets to Sydney’s Disney+ Drive-In

We’ve partnered with Disney+ to announce the Sydney leg of the Disney+ Drive-In.

Alright NSW, it’s your time to shine.

The tickets have just been released for the Sydney Disney+ Drive-In Cinemas, presented by Openair Cinemas, and the line-up is chock-full of your favourite Disney, Pixar, Marvel and Star Wars films.

Each session is entirely contact-free, so all you have to do is roll up in your car, find a spot and get your food and drink delivered right to your window.

Among the movies showing are some old-school gems like Hocus Pocus, as well as the likes of Guardians of the Galaxy, Star Wars: The Force Awakens and the live-action Aladdin.

Tickets are also still on sale for the remaining Brisbane shows that you can grab here, otherwise, have a scroll through the full Sydney line-up:

Bankwest Stadium, Parramatta, Sydney: 22nd Oct – 15th Nov


10 Things I Hate About You
The Lion King (Animated)
Moana Sing-Along
The Greatest Showman Sing-Along
Thor Ragnarok
Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Edward Scissorhands
Aladdin (Animated)
Hocus Pocus
Guardians of the Galaxy
Star Wars: The Last Jedi
Mrs Doubtfire
Aladdin (Live Action) (Open Captions)
Frozen Sing-Along
The Little Mermaid Sing-Along
The Lion King (Live Action) (Open Captions)
Beauty and the Beast (Live Action)

Head to the Openair Cinemas website to lock in a time and pick a movie that strikes a chord, grab your pals or ride solo and make a night of it — we haven’t had too many opportunities to tick something off our bucket list this year, so make ‘seeing Edward Scissorhands at the drive-in’ one of them.

If you live in Melbourne, stay tuned for your sessions to be announced by registering to be notified here.

Thanks to our partnering sponsors for helping to bring this magical experience to life; Disney+, Volkswagen & SEEK.


  • How come Sydney’s prices are $48.56 for a car with up to five people in it, while in Brisbane it’s $42.53 for a car with two (2) people, or $52.75 for 3 people?
    I call that a rip off, Disney!

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