Food trucks, refreshing drinks and Chris Hemsworth will see the summer off at Sunshine Plaza.

The shopping centre is rolling out an outdoor cinema that will screen three films.

Sunshine Plaza centre manager Ian Simpson said the events would be a nice opportunity for local families to enjoy movies under the stars.

“The west often misses out on these types of events, and sometimes people don’t have the opportunity to travel across town to enjoy a night out like this,” he said. “With that in mind, we thought let’s bring a classic summer activity to Sunshine and showcase the suburb.”

Screening on Saturday, February 23, Oscar-winning Ang Lee film

Life of Pi is set to captivate audiences, while the action-packed Avengers: Infinity War, starring Hemsworth, will screen on Friday, March 1. The Greatest Showman will screen on Saturday, March 2.

The Snag Society and The Cheeky Pint will povide food and drink.

Dessert and the kids are not forgotten with frozen yogurt van Yogurddiction on site for the screening of

Life of Pi, while classic movie snacks including popcorn and fairy floss will be available to purchase on the other two evenings.

Patrons are encouraged to bring picnic blankets, but these will be strictly no BYO alcohol or glass events. Synthetic grass will be laid out and limited deck chairs and bean bags will be available.

The inflatable cinema screen will be set up in the Plaza’s carpark.

Tickets are now available for purchase via Eventbrite at a cost of $12 for adults and $9 for children.