Pink Lake Drive-In

Freeman Street,
Esperance, WA 6450

300 cars

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Located in the Sinclair suburb to the west of Esperance. The Pink Lake Drive-In(named after the lake) opened on 15th December 1965 with “Born to Sing” and “Kill or Cure”, and a Tom and Jerry cartoon “Old Rocking Chair Tom”. The Pink Lake Drive-In closed on 28th February 1986 with “Silverado” and “Ghostbusters”. After closure the drive-in site was sold for a private house with the buildings converted.

Contributed by David coppock

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davidcoppock on September 9, 2015 at 11:49 pm

There is information about the Pink Lake Drive-in at the website .

davidcoppock on April 7, 2017 at 4:52 am

The Pink Lake Drive-in was opened by W. S. Paterson, Esq, President of the Esperance Shire Council. The screen measured 90 feet by 42 feet 60 feet above the ground on a rise 27 feet above the front car ramp.

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