Have fang-tastic time at family Spooktacular

Published 12:00pm 27 October 2021

Have fang-tastic time at family Spooktacular
Words by Nick Crockford

Have a howling good time at the Bite Markets' family-friendly Halloween Spooktacular on Saturday (October 30).

If your family is dying for some skele-fun this Halloween, head over to 24 Nolan Dr, Morayfield, for a spooktacular fun time.

The Nightmare on Nolan Drive starts from 4pm on Saturday at Bite Markets in North Harbour.

Have fang-tastic time at family Spooktacular

Fang-tastic line-up

Kids will love the fang-tastic line-up including a trick or treat scavenger hunt, monster mash disco and Halloween bingo.

All that while parents kick back and enjoy Bite Markets’ food and drink vendors.

“Halloween Spooktacular is a great way for locals to enjoy a fun night out with entertainment suitable for all ages,” North Harbour Project Director Bryan Finney said.

Have fang-tastic time at family Spooktacular

Scavenger hunt

“With so much open space, Bite Markets at North Harbour is the perfect location to host a spooky scavenger hunt. There will be plenty of goodies to fill trick or treat buckets.

“We encourage local families, including little boos and ghouls, to get involved and come along for a spooktacular time.”

Children under 12 years old can join the scavenger hunt. The ticket includes a Halloween bucket for trick-or-treating at Bite Markets’ food vendors.

Entry: Adults $3 and children under 12 free, entry for the trick or treat scavenger hunt is $5 per child

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