Where are the best Moonlight Cinemas in Melbourne?

Is there more than just the Royal Botanic Garden Moonlight Cinema? Are there any others in the suburbs?

I'm keen to know abut more and which one's are best.
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Summertime Jan 06, 2016
A bit further out is Cameo cinemas on the Burwood Highway in Belgrave and minutes from the Belgrave train station. There is an on-site bar which opens 60 minutes before the film starts. A wide variety of films are screened on at this outdoor cinema and there are screenings booked as late as April 2016.
www.cameocinemas.com.au/Promotion/Cameo-Outdoor-Cinema
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StillJordan Jan 06, 2016
You can head down to the brand new open air Lido cinema in Hawthorne on Glenferrie road, they do everything from new releases to art house films and The Shadow Electric in Abbotsford, this is apart of the Convent which seems like a little community in itself. The grounds are amazing and you can head to lentils As Anything for food either before or after.
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Fitzroygirl Jan 06, 2016
I find Rooftop Cinema on Swanston Street is pretty good as deck chairs are provided, running sessions from Dec-April https://www.rooftopcinema.com.au/.

I've also been to Ben and Jerry's Open Air Cinema in St Kilda where you can hire beanbags or bring your own, running Nov-Dec http://openaircinemas.com.au/melbourne/home.

I hear good things about QV cinema, which has hot food, deck chairs and $12 tickets https://qvcinema.com.au/.
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