A Spooktacular Line-up of Halloween Events in Australia for 2016
Trick or Treating this Halloween?
Are you searching for your Halloween thrills in Australia this year? Halloween is fast becoming one of Australia's favourite holidays, and what an awesome way to observe it than by getting your hair-raising costume and driving to different cities and towns in style. VroomVroomVroom listed some cool and scary events for a weekend full of Halloween-themed fun and loud screams. So are you ready to face your frights?
Halloween Fork 2016
Want to do something good and unique this Halloween? Join the Halloween Fork 2016 on October 28 for their celebration at Harts Mill in the Port Adelaide. There will be food trucks, local brewers and wine makers, dressing up, tunes and when the sun goes down an outdoor movie And that's not all! Another happening that you shouldn't miss is a free special twilight screening of cult favourite "The Rocky Horror Picture Show". Before this, your whole family can enjoy a lot of entertainment from a truck load of food truck food to craft beer to wine and cider, which starts from 5 pm. Best of all, those who will dress up for the occasion will be rewarded.
Halloween Food Truck Festival at the Coburg-Drive In
Bring your mate and head to Village Cinemas Coburg Drive-In for The Coburg Drive-In Food Truck Festival to experience two nights of Melbourne's favourite food trucks and great flicks! This year, the festival is back on October 30 and 31. Food Truck line up features the following:
- On October 30: Mamma Van, Copa Food Truck, Real Burgers, Vutu On Wheels, Jays Yogurt and Senor Churros.
- On October 31: Otuga Taste of Portugal, Bites On Wheels, Smokin Barry's, Real Burgers and Manny's Doughnuts.
The Rocky Horror Picture ShowIf you've always fancied spending the night in a drive-in theatre, head to Yatala Drive in Theatre and enjoy Halloween with your friends and watch The Rocky Horror Picture Show on October 29. You can win great prizes when you wear your scariest costume for the best dressed competitions.
Do you want to enjoy and at the same time help raise some money supporting a worthy cause? Join the fun and put on your scariest clothes at the Sydney Zombie Walk 2016 on October 29 at 4 pm. Zombies must come on time at Belmore Park to take part in the walk. Note that free tickets are needed for all participants 16 years old and over.
Sydney Zombie Walk
2016 SciFi Film Festival
Now is the perfect time to bring your whole family for a long weekends worth full of fun at this year's SciFi Film Festival which will run from October 19 to October 23 at The Ritz Cinema, Randwick. The 2016 festival centers on sci-fi, fantasy films and short form cinema. It also highlights a SciFi Con expo for comics, cosplay, as well as computer games. This is another Halloween event you shouldn't miss.
Adelaide Gaol Halloween Horror Party
Get ready to run and escape at this year's Adelaide Gaol Halloween Horry Party. Organiser say this is absolutely not for the frightened people. So come prepared to face and conquer whole new level of fear. In addition, prepare yourself for the creepy game of hide and seek you will ever play. Those who can survive the experience can party away their nerves with guest DJ Felicity Aukett and enjoy food from Papas Hotdogs, Cheesy Street and Fat Fork.
Spooktober's Halloween Festival
Now on its 4th successful year of scares, Melbourne's most thrilling and riveting haunt experience is back and it just got bigger and better than ever. From October 28 to October 31, join the Spooktober Halloween Festival in Melbourne's iconic St Kilda neighbourhood. The 4-day Festival features two haunted houses, games, amusements, as well as food truck village, roaming entertainment, along with costume contests and the Trick or Treat Trail.
This year, make sure to join in the spooky fun with your families and children with a reliable car rental through VroomVroomVroom so you don't miss out on these spooky Halloween events in Australia.
Did we miss out other creepy Halloween celebrations? Let us know in the comments!