Port Macquarie residents are getting ready to witness planet earth in action during an outdoor Sir David Attenborough movie night.
Port Environmental Club is hosting the event, a first for the year with a free courtyard barbecue behind Charles Sturt University's Indigenous Centre from 8pm to 11pm on Friday, March 15.
The group aims to be a social club for students studying in the Mid North Coast who enjoy the outdoors and conservation.
PEC vice president Amy Targett said this will be the club's first event for the year.
"It's hard to tell how many people will attend but we do have a wet weather option inside, there is 65 definitely coming and about 350 interested," she said.
"We chose Attenborough's films because the club is about sustainability and he has a lot of knowledge about the environment.
"On the night we are hoping people can get to know each other.
"Down the track funds could go towards planned tree planting and terrarium building day, a bonfire, trivia night and beach clean up day."
Music, popcorn and games are also on offer alongside the double feature of David Attenborough's best. Entry is by gold coin donation, with funds towards future events by the club.
Sir David Attenborough is known for engaging wildlife documentaries such as Frozen Planet, Life on Earth and The Living Planet since his first programme the BBC's Zoo Quest in 1954.
He has been BBC Television’s Director of Programmes, was knighted in 1985 and awarded the Order of Merit in 2005.
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