Wonderdome is, as you can probably guess, a big dome.
Inside the dome is where the magic is: the largest 360-degree immersive cinema experience ever to be seen in Australia.
Think ‘virtual reality’ without the goggles.
It’s been to Burning Man, Coachella, and now it’s at the Entertainment Quarter in Sydney. It’s probably the hottest cinema experience in the world at the moment.
Reclining on a beanbag fit for a king, you’ll immerse yourself into watch made-for-this-experience films; Liam Neeson narrates a documentary about the state of the global climate, or you can listen to David Attenborough talk to us about dinosaurs. There’s Carriberrie, celebrating Indigenous dance and song, and an immersive exploration of some of Australia’s beautiful but under-threat coral reefs.
The films take up every corner of the dome, which is 21 metres in circumference. And you’ll probably take up every second of your catch up with friends telling them about it.