Welcome to Bangor's wine store where you will find our full range of hand-picked, award-winning Tasmanian wine.

January 30, 2019

Sat 9th Feb 2019

Join us for a movie night on the lawns. Screening the iconic movie Lion (PG) - part of which was filmed on the beach at Bangor!

** Live Q&A session with special guest Saroo Brierley.

General admission and VIP tickets available.

Glamping options for anyone that would like to stay the night.

Everyone: Bring along a picnic rug, low folding chair (please be considerate of other patrons), blankets, cushions and coats. Limited picnic tables available outside.

Food and drinks available for purchase on the night.

BYO food, wine and other drinks not permitted.

VIP Tickets

  • Join us for a special three-course share-table seated meal inside.
  • If the weather is inclement, the VIP screening will still go ahead - shown inside the building.
  • Live Q&A session with special guest Saroo Brierley.

Ticket includes the movie ticket and a three-course meal of delicious Tasmanian and Indian inspired dishes. Drinks not included.

Adults: $70pp
Children: $35 pp (12yrs and under)

6:30pm - Arrive for pre-dinner drinks (not included in ticket)
7:00pm - Three-course meal starts
8:30pm - Movie Starts

SOLD OUT

General Admission Tickets

  • Free seating on the lawns overlooking the vineyard.
  • Live Q&A session with special guest Saroo Brierley.
  • Drinks, popcorn, ice-creams, cheese platters, oysters and other snacks available for purchase on the night.
  • In the event of inclement weather, General Admission will not go ahead, and refunds will be issued with 24 hours notice.

Adults: $15pp
Children: $10pp (12yrs and under)

7:30pm - Gates Open (food and drinks for purchase).
8:30pm - Movie Starts





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