Wonderdome is not here for a long time, but it'll make its mark for the short time it's here from Saturday 4 December 2021 to Sunday 30 January 2022. Head to the website to check out the program and get your tickets. The location for this pop-up event is Sydney's The Entertainment Quarter, Corner of Errol Flynn Boulevard and Lang Road, Moore Park. Find the FAQs here. Enter the pulsating new world where art, film and music are fused together to create a wholly unique experience. Think virtual reality without the goggles.
The largest 360 immersive cinema experience ever to be seen in Australia, it combines fully immersive visuals with leading-edge technologies that dissolve the boundaries between digital and physical to create environments where audiences 'experience a new reality'. This pioneering technology has mesmerised crowds at cultural festivals such as Coachella and Burning Man in recent years and now arrives in Australia, promising a summer season of transformative cinematic entertainment.
You'll find the program features a catalogue of the world's most successful and thought-provoking '360' degree film experiences, made to entertain all audiences with something for everyone. It'll feature stellar headline films including Coral Rekindling Venus, a stunning Australian production written and directed by Emmy Award winner Lynette Wallworth; Flying Monsters, a David Attenborough narrated National Geographic film about flying dinosaurs; and Dynamic Earth which explores the inner workings of Earth's great life support system: the global climate, narrated by Liam Neeson.
The program will also feature the stunning Carriberrie, an exhilarating journey across Australia celebrating the depth and diversity of indigenous dance and song from the traditional to the contemporary. If you really want to get lost and loopy, check out the M.C. Escher inspired world with Labyrinth or get psychedelic with Samskara, an awesome visual feast filled with mystical creatures and lush fantasy environments by visionary artist Android Jones.
During the day on weekends and school holidays, Wonderdome will screen family-friendly content for mini-movie lovers and pint-sized thrill-seekers. Kids will be awe-struck with 360 animated tales The Meadow Racers and Magic Globe or get an interstellar education with Space Shapes. For the brave, Dino Planet offers an adventurous ride through a pre-historic playground. And the December program will include the playful Christmas-themed show, Snowflake Adventure, to bring some much-needed festive cheer to the Entertainment Quarter.
The Wonderdome experience will also include a precinct activation with food and beverage offerings available pre-or post-screening, including hot jaffles, chips, chocolates, slushies, icecreams, a gin bar and craft beers. Go ahead and check out What's On, because tickets are selling fast. It's a fun-filled program every family needs to experience.