Jack Beardsley, Layla Bradley, Matilda Harvison, Imogen Beardsley, Jack Harvison and Maia Bradley are ready to jump in the pool tonight for the Flicks in the Sticks screening of Finding Nemo at Eumundi Aquatic Centre.
Jack Beardsley, Layla Bradley, Matilda Harvison, Imogen Beardsley, Jack Harvison and Maia Bradley are ready to jump in the pool tonight for the Flicks in the Sticks screening of Finding Nemo at Eumundi Aquatic Centre. Geoff Potter

Look no further for good night out

Eumundi’s outdoor cinema, Flicks in the Sticks, is headed poolside to the Eumundi Aquatic Centre to screen Finding Nemo tonight, Friday 26 February.


“The ‘dive-in’ is our first swim and watch movie – where you can float in the pool and watch the movie,” Flicks in the Sticks director Steve Beardsley said. “But if you don’t want to get wet, no problem, there’s plenty of grassed areas at the pool to watch the movie on dry land.”

The Eumundi Aquatic Centre doors will open to moviegoers from 6pm, with the screening starting about 7.15pm. BYO floaties, noodles, lilos for the pool, or blanket, beanbag or chairs for the land. Lifeguards will be on hand to assist with pool supervision.


The Finding Nemo screening is a fundraiser for the Eumundi Swimming Club, who will hold be cooking up a storm with a sausage sizzle and barbecue from 6pm.


“The cost is only $8 per person, and free for children under three years of age,” Steve said. “The price also includes a bag of chips to munch on – as well as pool entry after 6pm.”


The Eumundi Aquatic Centre is on Memorial Drive, at the Bruce Highway end of Eumundi.


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