Are you a fan of the great outdoors? Do you love nothing more than a weekend spent exploring the Australian desert? If so you’ve likely heard of Dune Australia the ultimate destination for sand-surfing and dune-bashing. But where can you watch all the action? Well you’ve come to the right place!
In this digital age there are plenty of ways to watch Dune Australia from the comfort of your own home. Here’s a handy table of the most popular online platforms:
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Are you an aficionado of the big-screen experience? Are you a household maven of social distanced mornings with the kiddos cramming the couch and a bowl of popcorn tucked firmly between your legs? If the answer is a resounding “Yes!” to either question then cable/subscription TV is a no-brainer – and of course the best place to watch ‘Dune Australia`.
The jam-packed dish just got a whole lot tastier with the exciting news that Screen Australia and Foxtel have struck a deal to premiere ‘Dune Australia’ Down Under. So now the entire family can bask in the wonder and glory of this genre-bending sci-fi thriller from the comfort of their own homes.
Tune into Foxtel to catch the show and you’ll reap the benefits of crisper clearer images and more vibrant colors. Plus you’ll have access to a plethora of quality bonus content to keep you glued to the screen. It’s a win-win really.
So what are you waiting for? Grab your popcorn and fire up Foxtel – and get ready for a super-sized cinematic experience like no other!
Ah cinema experiences. It just feels so much better to see a movie on the big screen rather than in the comfort of your own home right? Nowhere is this truer than when it comes to the latest in sci-fi spectacle that is ‘Dune Australia’. It’s a movie that begs to be experienced larger-than-life.
So if you find yourself wondering where to go to catch a showing of ‘Dune Australia’ we’re here to help. We’ve done the hard yards and come up with a list of cinemas – including arthouse cinemas and mainstream movie megaplexes – where you can watch this epic adventure sweep across the silver screen.
Before we get stuck into the details there’s just one important thing to know: tickets for the cinematic releases of ‘Dune Australia’ are in high demand. If you want to be sure to secure yourself a seat then it’s best to act fast. But don’t worry; we’ve cobbled together enough details here that you can make a confident decision when it comes to choosing where to take your Dune Australia movie experience.
We’ll start with the larger more prominent movie megaplex chains. If you’re after that classic cinema experience – comfy darkened theatre giant soda mug and all – then you’re best off heading to a theatre in one of the following chains: Cineplex Empire Theatres Odeon or Showcase Cinemas. All of these chains have multiple venues across Australia so you should be able to find an easily accessible theatre no matter where you are.
And if you’d prefer to kick it up a notch with your cinematic experience then budget a bit more time and book yourself in for a sitting at one of the trendier arthouse cinemas. These venues are especially great for a more upmarket experience; there’s usually a nice bar attached and you can often sit with a glass of wine as you watch the film.
One of the best-known arthouse cinema chains is Palace Cinemas. This company has multiple theatres in all major cities as well as some inner-city suburbs including Brisbane Melbourne and Sydney. And if you’re further afield then consider checking out some of the smaller independent venues such as Utopia in Melbourne and Cinema Paradiso in Perth.
Wherever you go for your ‘Dune Australia’ experience we’re sure you’ll have the time of your life. From the renowned popcorn to the larger-than-life scope of the movie itself you’re sure to be left feeling poised to take on interstellar adventure!
Let’s face it: after weeks of yearning for the much-anticipated big-screen release of ‘Dune’ many of us are left with a bit of a sandy aftertaste. But just because the movie isn’t being released in theaters doesn’t mean it can’t make its way into your living room. Here are a few options for Aussies to entertain themselves with some good ol’ sci-fi action.
For starters there’s good old DVD/Blu Ray. Whether you want to join Paul Atreides on his interplanetary journey of discovery bearing witness to its often unpredictable twists and turns or simply want to get your hands on a hard copy of the movie DVD/Blu Ray is always an option. So even if the idea of venturing to a movie theater feels a bit too daring for you right now you can take comfort in the fact that it doesn’t have to be.
Streaming services are becoming more popular amongst the more tech-savvy viewers out there. Aussie streaming services such as Amazon YouTube and FandangoNOW all offer ‘Dune’ so wherever you live you can still have a seat in the comfort of your own home and watch the film.
Finally if you’re looking for something a little bit more on the classic side you can always pop in one of the original VHS Betamax or laserdisc versions of ‘Dune’. Far from being extinct you can still find some vendors selling vintage editions of this classic so your home entertainment experience can be complete with a blast from the past.