Spooktacular fun this Halloween in Moreton Bay

Published 11:00am 17 October 2023

Spooktacular fun this Halloween in Moreton Bay
Words by Nadia Chapman

If you’re looking to celebrate all things spooky, here are the most popular Halloween events happening across the City of Moreton Bay.

From night markets and sip and paint to dance parties and martial arts – Moreton Bay has it all this Halloween.

Redcliffe Markets Festival of Frights

When: Saturday, October 28 from 4-9pm

Where: Redcliffe Pde, Redcliffe

Organisers of the Redcliffe Markets have planned another Festival of Frights, with a night full of eats, beats, tricks and treats right by the Redcliffe waterfront.

With more than 200 fab-boo-lous stalls, a pirate’s scavenger hunt, face painting and crafts and a fireworks display – the festival is set to go off with a bang.

Entry is free, but you need to register, which you can do here.

Caboolture Halloween Twilight Markets

When: Saturday, October 28 from 4-9pm

Where: Caboolture Showgrounds | 140 Beerburrum Rd, Caboolture

Join Caboolture Markets for its annual Halloween Twilight Markets, with a large array of stalls, and trick or treating for the little ones.

There will be a large assortment of sweet and savoury food stalls and a best-dressed competition.

Entry is free, find out more information here.

Carnival of Terrors Halloween Party

When: Friday, October 27 until 2am

Where: Sandstone Point Hotel | 1800 Bribie Island Rd, Sandstone Point

Are you ready for a night of spooktacular tricks, ghoulish treats and frightening beats? Join the DJs at Sandstone Point Hotel for a hauntingly good time. Halloween dress is encouraged. This is an 18+ nightclub event and entry is free all night.

Find out more information here.

Halloween Night Enchantment Markets

When: Friday, October 7 from 5-9pm

Where: Old Petrie Town | 901 Dayboro Rd, Whiteside

Zombies will roam and witches will fly at Old Petrie Town’s Halloween Night Enchantment Markets. There will be plenty of entertainment and market stalls to keep the whole family excited for hours. 

Entry is free, find out more information here.

Halloween Spooktacular Twilight Markets

When: Saturday, October 28 from 2-7pm

Where: Living Faith Lutheran Primary School | 50/60 Brays Rd, Murrumba Downs

Get ready to have a fang-tastic time at Murrumba Markets' Halloween spooktacular. There will be trick or treat stations, where children can fill their goody bags from many stalls, a roving musician, spooky shopping vendors, haunted food trucks and ghastly grooves, where you can show off your best monster mash and thriller moves.

Entry is free, find out more information here.

A Village Haunting

When: Tuesday, October 31 from 5-9pm

Where: Caboolture Historical Village | 280 Beerburrum Rd, Caboolture

A Village Haunting is back, supporting several community groups, clubs and charities with a decorating competition. There will be extra scares this year, with more jump scares and spooky things from 6pm onwards. Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for children aged 6-16 and children under five are free.

Find out more information here.

Halloween Workshop at Supreme

When: Thursday, October 26 from 10am-1pm

Where: Supreme Community Care | 4/8 Burke Cres, North Lakes

The Halloween workshop at Supreme Community Care is an inclusive event for all ages – with a day filled with fun activities, tasty treats and creative crafts. There will be a variety of Halloween-themed snacks and beverages while you watch spooky movies, play thrilling games, paint your own pumpkin or skull and create Halloween decorations. Tickets are $20 per person.

Find out more information here.

Spooky Fest at Big Fish Junction

When: Saturday, October 28 from 11.45am-12.15pm

Where: Big Fish Junction | 459 Pumicestone Rd, Caboolture

The skeleton fish have risen at Big Fish Junction, and it’s time to come dressed in your best Halloween costume. Join the team at Big Fish Junction for a trick or treat tour around the venue. Tickets are free, but bookings are essential.

Find out more information here.

Bribie Island Halloween Hunt

When: Saturday, October 28 from 9am

Where: Bribie Island Community Kindergarten | 34 Cotterill Ave, Bongaree

State Member for Pumicestone Ali King invites your family to her Spooktacular Halloween Hunt at the Bribie Island Community Kindergarten Market Day. Come dressed in your best spooky costume and hunt for treats.

Find out more information here.

Spooktacular fun this Halloween in Moreton Bay

Halloween Party ft Brooklyn

When: Friday, October 27 from 8pm-2am

Where: Eatons Hill Hotel | 646 S Pine Rd, Eatons Hill

Eatons Hill Hotel’s annual Halloween party returns, with Hallow-Queen DJ Brooklyn. DJ Brooklyn is bringing a wicked headline set to the club, and all participants are encouraged to dress up in their best costumes. This is an 18+ nightclub event. Entry is free before 8pm, or it’s $10 afterwards.

Find out ore information here.

Halloween Sip and Paint

When: Saturday, October 14 from 5-7pm

Where: The Craft Haven | Angus St, Clontarf

Get ready to unleash your inner artist as you celebrate the spirit of Halloween at The Craft Haven’s spooky sip and paint event. Paint a ceramic of your choice and have The Craft Haven take care of the firing and glazing process. Tickets are $48.96 and includes entry, a spooky drink on arrival, delicious snacks, one raffle ticket and a dinner after the session at a location to be determined.

Find out more information here.

Over-7s Halloween Party

When: Sunday, October 29 from 6.30-8pm

Where: Red Dragon Martial Arts | 5/379 Morayfield Rd, Morayfield

Red Dragon Martial Arts are hosting an over-7s Halloween party, with an evening full of martial arts and Halloween celebrations. There will be prizes for the best costume in each age group. Entry requires a gold coin donation.

Big Kid’s Halloween

When: Saturday, October 28 from 4-8pm

Where: Beachmere Hub | Main St, Beachmere

The Zephyr Project will be putting on an unforgettable show at The Hub for all the big kids who love Halloween. Dance along to all the spookiest songs with this great local band. There will also be food and a bar for everyone to enjoy. Tickets are $15, find out more information here.

Frightfully Delightful Fun at IKEA

When: Thursday, October 26 from 4.30-7.30pm

Where: IKEA North Lakes | N Lakes Dr, North Lakes

Join the North Lakes IKEA team in store for an all-age spooktacular time. There will be face painting at the Swedish restaurant, a trick or treat treasure hunt throughout the showroom level and a best-dressed competition also in the Swedish restaurant. Entry is free, no registration required.

Find out more information here.

Halloween Dining Experience

When: Thursday, October 26 from 5.30pm

Where: IKEA North Lakes | N Lakes Dr, North Lakes

Alongside a spooktacular trick or treat treasure hunt, IKEA North Lakes are hosting a Halloween dining experience for all ages. Enjoy ghoul-licious nachos and spooky fire wings to jack-o-lantern soup and monster mushroom burgers.

Tickets are $30 for adults and $15 for children.

Find out more information here.

Thriller Music Video Workshop

When: Tuesday, October 31 from 5.45-6.25pm

Where: Bribie Island State School | 31/63 First Ave, Bongaree

Bribie Island State School is giving you the opportunity to learn the dance moves to the iconic Thriller music video this Halloween. The event is suitable for all ages. Tickets are $10 per person.

Find out more information here.

Halloween Trick or Treat Hunt

When: Saturday, October 28 from 11am onwards

Where: Market Square Coles, Deception Bay | corner Deception Bay Rd and Bay Ave, Deception Bay

Market Square is hosting a spooktacular trick or treat hunt. Every little monster will receive a specially marked map and a bag to collect treats in. All children must have an adult present for the duration of the hunt. Tickets are free, but bookings are essential.

Find out more information here.

Caboolture Halloween Hunt

When: Sunday, October 29 from 3pm

Where: Caboolture Combined Services Hall | 21 Hayes St, Caboolture

State Member for Pumicestone Ali King invites your family to her Spooktacular Halloween Hunt at the Reserve Park Caboolture. Come dressed in your best spooky costume and hunt for treats.

Find out more information here.

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