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Halloween Thrills Sydney-Style

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It is nearly the best time of the year people! Halloween! Besides being able to eat endless amounts of candy and dress in ridiculous outfits, it is also another reason to head out for the weekend. We are bringing you THE best Halloween events in Sydney this month.

Halloscream – Return of the Forgotten Funfair

In the lead up to the big day, Luna Park transforms itself into an abandoned fairground, full of scary surprises. Be prepared, as there are some zombies and ghouls lurking in the shadows! Buy tickets here

Magique Halloween Circus

Now in its 7th year, Magique Halloween Circus promises to be bigger and better than ever. This boat party is a Halloween trip with a difference. Contortionists, fire-eaters, and a variety of other performers offer thrills rather than shrills. This night is Halloween at its sexiest, and is guaranteed to be a sell-out. Find out more

Hatchet Halloween Experience

There are some events that manage to give you a blood rush before they even start. Just hearing about the Hatchet Halloween experience from Interactive Horror Experience made my heart beat that bit faster. The whole event is shrouded in mystery, with some details so scant, that even the location is unknown. Bus transport is included for the interactive experience and muster point will be sent via email prior to the 28th October. While everything else is vague, there is one thing that we do know for certain; this experience promises to be an absolute scream.

The Dare to Be Scared Tour

We can’t think of a better place to have a spooky stay then at the Quarantine Station in Manly. The station is steeped in history that dates back to the 1800’s. It was an isolation unit for people who were suspected of carrying deadly diseases such as the Bubonic Plague. The Dare to be Scared tours are running from the 28th to 30th October, and will resonate long with you after the experience ends. The eerie silence between the walls communicates the isolation that the people must have felt during those times.

Hope these suggestions have given you some gore for thought!

Image VIA www.magique.com.au

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