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Halloween Events In Sydney

by Brooke Tasovac (follow)
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With more Australian families deciding to celebrate Halloween each year, there are now so many spooky events for kids that it's hard to choose what to do!

We've put together a list of our favourite events happening all across Sydney this weekend and on October 31st.

1) Trick or treating

There are certain suburbs in Sydney that really get into the spirit of Halloween for the local kids.

Hastings Parade in Bondi is known for going all out with decorations.
Annandale has lots of people who like to participate on Railway Parade, Trafalgar Street and Nelson Street.
St Ives Chase attracts lots of kids at Warrimoo and Gould Avenues.
East Lindfield's Middle Harbour Road also has plenty of houses that open their doors to kids for lollies.
Carawatha Street in Beecroft has some great houses that welcome trick or treaters
Holly Street in Rouse Hill has been a popular street to visit in the past few years.
The Campbelltown Haunted House at Orlick Ave, Ambarvale is spectacular and it's held to raise money for The Starlight Foundation. They have lots of kid friendly activities that are fun without being too scary.

However, these suburbs can become inundated with people so you might prefer to attend one of the public trick or treating trails below, which provide kids with a map to hunt for treats, plus other activities, such as games and scary characters. Some of these are free, and some of them require a small entry fee and a booking to be made.
Winston Hills Mall (27th - 31st October)
Stanhope Village (31st October)

2) Discos

There are plenty of discos being held at indoor play centres and kid-friendly clubs all across Sydney where the kids can dress up, dance and play. There is an entry fee for these events.

SkyZone Alexandria and Miranda (26th October)
Lollipops Wetherill Park, Penrith and Castle Hill (26th October)
Harbord Diggers (26th October)
Chipmunks Macquarie Centre and Bankstown (26th October)
Fright Night Disco at Macquarie Ice Rink (26th October)
Monkey Mania Eastland and Bankstown (26th October), Campbelltown (27th October) and Penrith (31st October).
Sharks Leagues Club (31st October)
Jumpd Brookvale (2nd November)

3) Bunnings Family Friendly Events

Most Bunnings stores are holding a free Halloween themed party for kids on Wednesday the 31st October.

There will be Halloween themed craft activities, face painting and trick or treating at every store, but some stores are doing other things too:

The Alexandria store will also have a jumping castle, a petting zoo and a sausage sizzle.
The Castle Hill store will have a disco.
The Eastgardens store will have a movie screening of Coco and a sausage sizzle.
The Lidcombe store will have a spooky magic show, rock climbing and a jumping castle.
The Marsden Park store is having a reptile show.
The Penrith store is having a disco, magician, tarot card and palm reader.
The Thornleigh store will have a Creepy Crawly Touch Tank.

Happy Halloween!

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