A NEW CBD space is being transformed into an outdoor cinema every weekend in September.
Grand Central’s newly opened Central Square will screen family-friendly movies as well as date-night movies on Saturday and Sunday throughout the first month of spring.
It is a chance for families and couples to watch blockbuster hits under the stars.
The early screening is at 6.30pm with the later session at 8.30pm
Up to 50 deck chairs will be available, or people can bring along a picnic blanket and find a cosy spot.
Central Square sits between Victoria and Station Sts and is designed to be community space for residents to dine and relax.
The main feature is the grand staircase which lights up at night. It also offers seating beside the creek and under trees.
It will be a stunning focal point for the community and will be viewed by the dining precinct, which includes a range of restaurants and cafes new to Toowoomba.
Residents can grab a bite to eat before settling in to watch a movie for the night.
Centre manager Shaine Beveridge said Central Square was essential to the development because it provided further integration with the CBD.
“It is an amazing community space which will allow shoppers and diners to enjoy the outdoors as well,” he said.
“It is exciting to be able to finally reveal the same so residents and visitors can begin to utilise the space.”
Saturday, September 2
6:30 pm -Trolls, rated: G
8:30pm – Pretty Woman, rated: M
Sunday, September 3
6:30pm – Daddy’s Home, rated: PG
Saturday, September 9
6:30 pm – Up, rated: G
8:30pm – Sleepless in Seattle, rated: PG
Sunday, September 10
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