Halloween, also know as All Hallows’ Eve is a yearly celebration adopted by a number of countries across the world, predominately the US and is a rising tradition here in Australia. It’s happening this Friday 31st of October and whilst a lot of Sydney will be out trick or treating or hosting house parties we’ve put together a list of things to do about town.
Russian-Tulette, Nickles “Boo” Ickles, Josh “Helly” Kelly, Ed-DIE Shaggz and Joy-ride of Frankenstine will be making you get creepy at the Cliff Dive. Join this free Halloween event and rock out to party tunes with your friends. Friday 31 October, free entry
Halloween At The Tea Gardens Hotel
Join the Tea Gardens Hotel for Halloween and enjoy Double Black Smirnoff Ice Slushies, free psychic readings from 6pm – 8pm and live entertainment and DJ. Dress up in the scariest costume possible to enter the draw to win prizes for best dressed. Friday 31 October, 6pm – late, free entry
Halloween At Manly Wharf Hotel
Manly Wharf Hotel is getting spooky for Halloween this year with DJs such as Ben Morris, Mo-Funk and Aden Mullens spreading the good vibe throughout the night. Dress to impress and win prizes for best dressed and receive a complimentary drink on arrival. Saturday 1 November, 6pm – 1pm, free entry
Halloween at The Bourbon
Put on your scariest costume and head to The Bourbon for a spooky night that will include a magician, blood-red popcorn, devilish dancers, a line-up of horror films and more. Join the draw to win a prize for best dressed and receive a flute of the premium french champagne, Veuve Clicquot. Friday 31 October, 6pm – late, $10 entry
Luna Park Transforms Into A Halloween Playground
Head to Luna Park for the biggest Halloween dress-up party on Sydney’s Harbour, the inaugural Ouija Beats. There’ll be some of Australia’s most exciting electro artists, Luna Park rides and circus performers and loads of best-dressed prizes. There’s even a trip for two to LA with 5 nights accommodation and tickets to Universal Studios Hollywood for Halloween Horror Night 2015 up for grabs. Friday 31 October, free rides 6pm – 8pm, ticket price $50 – $59
Spooky Pumpkin Pie At Gelatissimo
No tricks, just treats, Gelatissimo have especially create an ice-cream flavour for this year’s Halloween, called the Spooky Pumpkin Pie. The luxuriously textured gelato is flavoured with rich, buttery Graham Cracker Pastry and is the perfect treat for a night fright feast. Available all day on Halloween and at selected Gelatissimo stores.