It's October and you've probably seen more and more decorations, costumes and 2 for 1 lolly bags hitting the shelves of your local stores, it can only mean one thing- Halloween night will soon be upon us.
Being from the UK, Halloween is actually one of my favourite holidays so I feel it's only right to advertise the amazing celebration that Manly Harbour Village puts on every year- the famous Halloween Street Party! We attended with our 3 year old son last year and I couldn't recommend it highly enough for all members of the family.
Every year on Halloween weekend, Manly Village becomes home to over 100 market stalls, amusement rides, live entertainment and fireworks as well as much, much more. My favourite part? The spooky, ghoul filled Halloween Parade of course!
This years festivities take place on Saturday 29th October, starting at 11am and finishing with fireworks at 9pm. And the best bit? Cost of entry is free of charge!
IGA Pumpkin Carving Competition
This is an alcohol free event suitable for all members of the family so put on your scariest costume and join us for an evening filled with ghosts, ghouls and plenty of fun and activities!
Halloween Street Party Timeline
11am- Let's get this party started! The event kicks off with the arrival of multiple market stalls selling a range of items from home made goods, Halloween souvenirs and heaps of yummy street food from around the world! Keep the kids entertained with the multiple amusement rides set to take place, including Australia's largest mobile ferris wheel.
Noon- Waterside Fun The afternoon activities begins with a range of water entertainment including radio controlled model yacht racing, sailing demonstrations and displays as well as the Colourful Boat race featuring Manly Dragon Boats.
1pm- Live Entertainment Live entertainment takes place on the Quest Community News Main Stage.
6pm- Halloween Parade The spookiest street parade in Brisbane starts at the top of Cambridge Parade. Find a spot and wait for the fun to begin!
9pm- Annual Halloween Firework Display Definitely worth hanging around for, fireworks begin at 9pm and it's a show not to be missed!
Spooky Halloween Parade
Other events on the day: The Athletes Foot Carindale and Capalaba 5 mile classic fun run IGA Manly Pumpkin Carving Competition Trick or Treat 1 Mile Fun Dash Art Projection Displays Manly Harbour Village Fancy Dress Ramble
Discover a day in the life of Guardian children by exploring your local Guardian Early Learning centre on Saturday, 23rd February. As part of the National Open Day, participating Queensland centres are inviting you and your family to visit and find out what makes learning at Guardian so special.