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Last Minute Halloween Plans For Sydneysiders

As the end of October draws near, Halloween has crept up on us once again. There’s nothing scarier than being left without plans but have no fear, we’ve sorted a spooky selection of last-minute options for a whole wicked weekend!

Friday 28th

Halloscream 4: Return of the Forgotten Funfair – Luna Park

Luna Park’s familiar cheerful grin takes on a more ghoulish glow this weekend, as the Halloscream returns. Themed like an abandoned fun fair, take part in a ghostly trick-or-treat trail, be a special guest of the Dead & Breakfast walk through, and watch out for the undead and spooky street performers roaming the grounds. It’s no surprise last year sold out, so grab a ticket and head down between the 28th-31st.

Grab your tickets quick here.

Day of The Dead Fiesta – Two Wolves Cantina

Día de los Muertos or Day of the Dead is so much more than sugar skulls. This cultural celebration of food, family and community is one huge fiesta. Head down to Two Wolves for a feast of tacos and gulps of margaritas. There’s specials on the taco offering, tinnies and the salty drink of choice both frozen and fresh. Don’t rookie your costume at home, free face painting from 5-8pm plus DJ’s will be on board from 7pm. Two Wolves is a community cantina, run as a social enterprise with volunteers at the helm. Buenos noches!

Get further event deets here.

Sat 29th

Sydney Zombie Walk – Pitt St

Imagine thousands of zombies dragging their rotting limbs through Sydney’s streets… now imagine yourself as one of them. The Sydney Zombie Walk is back for its 6th year and is as popular as ever, drawing in the crowds with free registration and fundraising efforts for The Brain Foundation. Pitt street swarmed by zombies is a site not to miss.

Register for your spot here.

MVH Freakshow – Mona Vale Hotel

Live out your Netflix binge as an American Horror Story party comes to the Mona Vale Hotel. Drinks special and prizes on offer for spookiest costumes, and if that isn’t enough? Nina Las Vegas is on headline duties. This is a sure-fire good night away from the mayhem of the city.

The Circus of Death – Halloween Bondi – Jam Gallery


The Undergrounds Arts Party certainly don’t do things by halves, and Halloween is no exception. In conjunction with Mantra Collective and Jam Gallery, find yourself immersed in an underground abandoned circus this Saturday night. Expect some incredible beats, crazy costumes and good times.

Tickets on the door are $40, but expect a line.

Sunday 30th

Dare to be Scared – Quarantine Station 

If the cheap thrills just don’t cut it and you’re looking for an authentic fright, the Quarantine Station has the tour for you. Explore the infamously haunted buildings of former convicts on the weekend that the spirit world opens. And just try to convince yourself you won’t need a nightlight for the next week. The view from the station is truly spectacular from this vantage point, be spooked from 27th-31st       

Join the tour here.

Monday 31st

Bake from the Dead

If you get your kicks through snacks not scares, Anna Polyviou and Flour Market’s Bake from the Dead have got you covered. With an incredible line up from Grumpy Donuts, MakMak Macaroons and Brewtown Newtown, and Donut Papi, there will be far more treats than there will be tricks. Entry is just $10, with prizes for best dressed if you need any more incentive.

Purchase your entry here

Image source: Josie’s Juice, Sardonic Sights, The Urban List, Alana Dimou, Sydney Social 101. 

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