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Update January 16th 2013
The screening for 13 January was cancelled due to rain. It has been rescheduled for Sunday 27 January.
Afterwards if it is a fine night, dodge the traffic and take a walk further along Gaol Rd as it winds its way to Bonython Park.
Just before the Park on your right you can see the heritage listed 1883 former Government Powder (Explosives) Magazine, and adjacent Keeper's Cottage. Gunpowder was used widely in the early days of the Colony for construction, industry, defence, and law and order.
While it was unusual for the Powder Keeper to be at such risk, it did discourage any attempts at theft in the unruly early days of the colony. I guess the risk to prisoners didn't matter.
A few steps further on is an area known as the Magic Forest. I didn't think it looked at all magical by day, but I think under moonlight it might be quite different.
And finally, straight ahead is the recently refurbished Bonython Park. But do keep a lookout for stray ghosts from the Gaol that might be experiencing their second childhood.