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Halloween Events in Moreton Bay

Posted: 2pm 12 Oct 2020

The Moreton Bay Region has Halloween well and truly covered this year. With a range of family-friendly local events and frightening events for those over 18, everyone is sure to enjoy the festivities of this spookish time of year. We’ve compiled some of the best Halloween events in Brisbane and the surrounding Moreton Bay Region for you to discover.

Ghoulies and Ghosties - Drive Thru | Caboolture Historical Village 

Caboolture Historical Village will once again host the Ghoulies and Ghosties event but a little differently this year to meet COVID-19 requirements.

This year you'll be able to drive thru the spooky village. The Village will come to life through set pieces, props, lighting and visual effects – and live volunteers. All guests must remain in their cars at all times while driving through the Village. 

Entry $10 per car 

Bookings are not required

Halloween Twilight Markets | Caboolture Showgrounds

For a spooktacular time come to the Caboolture Halloween twilight markets on Saturday 31st October at Caboolture Showgrounds. Everyone is encouraged to dress up as their favourite character and kids will be able to trick-a-treat throughout the showgrounds. 

Free Entry

Bookings are not required

Halloween in the Nightclub | Eatons Hill Hotel

The Eatons Hill Hotel Nightclub is kicking off their fun-packed Halloween party on Friday the 30th of October for those who are 18+. Event-goers are encouraged to dress up in their best scary frock for Halloween in the Nightclub

Free entry before 8 pm, $10 after

Bookings are not essential

Halloween Party | Nightclub | Sandstone Point Hotel

Halloween is set at Sandstone Point this year. The Halloween Party will be held on Friday the 30th of October for those who are 18+. There will be prizes for the best-dressed party goers. 

Free entry before 8 pm, $10 after

Bookings are not essential

Scaryoke | Samford Hotel

This 18+ event karaoke event at Samford Hotel will be kicking off on the 31st of October from 8pm. Prizes will be distributed to the best dressed on the night. 

Free Event

Bookings are not essential

Halloween High Tea | Reid's Place Scarborough

Come and celebrate Halloween a little differently this year with a Halloween high tea and painting class to set the festive mood at Reid's Place. Costumes are encouraged to help get in the spooky spirit. 

Tickets start from $75.00

Bookings essential

Spooktacular Halloween | Morayfield Shopping Centre

Morayfield Shopping Centre are hosting a Spooktacular Halloween event for an afternoon of fun this Halloween. Book the kids on a guided trick or treat tour including a pumpkin bucket and lollies. 

Free Event for ages 12 and under

Bookings are required

Halloween Disco | Lollypops Playland Strathpine 

Don't fancy a night of trick or treating? Pack the kids in the car and head to Lollypops Playland and Cafe for a Halloween Disco. This event is for the whole family with activities including; a night of music, dancing, games and prizes. All kids will receive a trick or treat bag filled with goodies!

Entry $12 per child 

Bookings are required 

Bite Markets Trick or Treat!

The spooky season has arrived at Bite Markets, bring the kids to trick or treat throughout Bite Markets on Halloween weekend.

Entry $6 for kids 12 and under

Bookings required

Halloween Party 

The Queensland State Fair is coming to North Lakes and will be held over two weekends on October 22nd to 25th and 29th to 1st November on the empty block at Westfield North Lakes on Prospect Street.

Visitors to the event can expect to all the fun fair favourite, plus a special for Halloween; Fearaphobia Oz will be a feature of the North Lakes Halloween Park with "Escape of the Zombie".

Entry $2 each plus pay per ride

Bookings not essential

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