Aussie dou­ble at camp-out cin­ema

Seymour Telegraph - - NEWS - Matthew Brana­gan and Steve Blick are host­ing a camp-out cin­ema in Tra­wool on Sat­ur­day night.

Res­i­dents are in­vited to ex­pe­ri­ence a movie un­der the stars on bush land in the her­itage­pro­tected Tra­wool Val­ley, along­side the Goul­burn River on Sat­ur­day from 6 pm.

Nagam­bie res­i­dent Matthew Brana­gan has joined Steve Blick from North­cote in a new Camp Out Cin­ema en­ter­prise, with a lux­ury cabin and camp­ing pack­age al­ready op­er­at­ing.

The en­trepreneurs are look­ing to take their mo­bile cin­ema idea to a num­ber of small towns for a cin­ema ex­pe­ri­ence.

The duo run Bush Hide­outs, and are ex­cited to present an im­mer­sive out­door movie ex­pe­ri­ence like no other for lo­cal res­i­dents on Sat­ur­day.

Si­t­u­ated on Greenslopes Rd, Tra­wool, the 200 ha fea­tures a cabin with a full kitchen, din­ing, lounge, fan­tas­tic fire­place and sweep­ing 360-de­gree bush vis­tas.

‘‘To cel­e­brate the first day of sum­mer, we will be show­cas­ing a dou­ble bill of clas­sic Aus­tralian cin­ema, Wake In Fright and Long Week­end on the open-air screen,’’ Mr Brana­gan said.

‘‘The idea is to bring along your camp­ing kit and stay the night in a tent, or camper. En­joy the movie, and par­take of some pop­corn, a choice from the food menu or drinks from the bar all night.

‘‘“The idea is to screen clas­sic movies on a reg­u­lar ba­sis, stuff that you wouldn’t or­di­nar­ily find and make it a fully im­mer­sive ex­pe­ri­ence. We aim to put on a truly unique grownup sum­mer camp out to re­mem­ber.’’

Mr Brana­gan said Bush Hide­outs was a chance to sim­ply switch off, re­con­nect with your loved ones and meet furry and feath­ered friends like wom­bats, platy­pus, koalas and kan­ga­roos who call the land­scape their home.

‘‘The site is lo­cated next to the Horse­shoe La­goon state for­est and fauna re­serve,’’ he said.

For tick­ets and more in­for­ma­tion, visit the web­site www.bushide­

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