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5 Of The Best Places To Get Spooky Around Australia This Halloween

5 Of The Best Places To Get Spooky Around Australia This Halloween

The spooky season is well and truly upon us, guys and ghouls. It’s time to start carving your jack-o’-lanterns, practicing your zombie makeup skills and stocking up on lollies.


Keen to get your freak on this Halloween? Witch, please! We’ve rounded up some of the best experiences around the country to get your scare on.

Fearphobia Scream Park, Hawkesbury

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Now in its third year, Fearphobia Scream Park has received absolute rave reviews. The setup is a full-scale US-style Halloween haunted house, staffed by more than 100 actors ready to jump out and scare the absolute bejesus out of you at every opportunity.

Sessions start at $40 per person, and run till late each night. Bookings are a must, so secure your spot via the Fearphobia website.

When: From Thursday, October 18 through Sunday, October 27

Where: Hawkesbury Showground, Richmond

Spooktober Halloween Festival, Melbourne

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Spooktober is Melbourne’s leading and most ooky spooky Halloween festival, jam packed with absolutely everything you could want for a creepy evening.

There are two haunted houses to explore, after dark tours, costume contests, Halloween-themed games, Melbourne’s best food trucks and more activities than you can poke a witch’s broomstick at.

Entry is free so get around it, Melburnians.

When: Wednesday, October 31 through Sunday, November 4

Where: St Kilda Town Hall,  99 Carlisle St, St Kilda

Birdees House Of Horrors Halloween Party, Brisbane

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Looking to get spooked while partying to some of the best DJs in the Valley? Birdees House of Horrors Halloween Party is your best bet.

Just like last year, there’s going to be a pumpkin carving contest, a special effects makeup station, Redbull pop-up bar, and (of course) prizes for best costume.

Free entry before 10pm!

When: Saturday, October 27

Where: Birdees, 608 Anne St, Brisbane

Horbland Graveyard, Adelaide

If Horbland Graveyard is anything like last year’s event, you’re sure to be shaking-in-your-jocks scared by the end of it!

It’s set in a quiet house in a quiet street in Adelaide‘s south. This regular ol’ home is transformed into a horror maze where droves of locals and visitors flock to see what has to be South Australia’s best Halloween event.

Navigate the pitch-black home and don’t be surprised if someone just so happens to reach out and grab you, breathe down your neck or jump out from any corner to scare the bejesus out of you.

Tickets start at $8 and can be purchased at the door.

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When: Friday, October 26 through Wednesday, October 31

Where: 5 McCormack Crescent, Woodcroft

Electric Storm Halloween Music Festival, Darwin

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Halloween is as good excuse as any to listen to some world-class tunes. Luckily, if you’re around Darwin, Electric Storm’s sixth annual Halloween Festival has you covered.

The festival is packing some seriously scary DJ talent with Will Sparks, The Sunset Bros, Oriental Cravings, Kate Fox, Guns X Gold, Holly j, Tom Bromley, Tjung and many more.

Plus, they will be showcasing some of the country’s most ghoulish dancers and performers to keep you on edge all night long.

Tickets start at $70 and can be purchased via the event page. Spook you there.

When: Saturday, October 27

Where: Mindil Beach, Darwin

Check out Qantas flights and begin your next spooky adventure.

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