Drive-in movies are returning to Shellharbour for the first time in more than three-and-a-half decades.
While the titles are still being decided KidzWish is running sessions for children and adults on July 24 and 25.
Movie goers will be able to drive onto the tarmac on the eastern end of Shellharbour Airport and tune in their FM radio for sound.
"The idea behind it is to primarily provide some fun and excitement for children who have been in isolation and haven't been able to connect to the outside world," KidzWish's Julie Gemmell said.
"Especially the sick and disabled children. This is a way we can provide them with a little enjoyment"
The Shellharbour Airport drive-in is also a chance for other families to help raise funds for KidzWish.
"We are hoping to do more of this kind of thing. We are not just focusing on the big ball and Christmas party at the end of the year," Mrs Gemmell said.
"We are going to provide as many opportunities and events as we can throughout the year".
That includes the launch of the new KidzWish House in November.
Shellharbour City Council and the Historical Aircraft Restoration Society have helped make the drive-in possible. And Mrs Gemmell said a large screen will be mounted on the back of truck.
"HARS has been really helpful in organising this event and they are going to place historic aircraft around the parameter to help create atmosphere," she said.
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