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    Swamp Monsters Has Spooooky Activities for Kids this Halloween!

It’s back! Sydney’s spookiest, biggest and arguably best-loved event for kids this Halloween, Swamp Monsters, returns to the Parklands promising a day of frightfully good fun!

Get to Centennial Park this Saturday 28 October 2017 to get in on the fun! Kids are encouraged to dress in their most ghoulish attire and follow their trail maps through five freak-tastic stations that will have them ‘screaming’ with delight!

Expect all the favourites and some new additions, with the Wicked Witch of Centennial Park making a fresh appearance, the Mad Scientist and his laboratory, deadly Drop Bears, the Living Dead in their graveyard and much, much more! Kids who beat the creepy creatures will be rewarded with a Halloween treat for their efforts!

Adding to the fun, this year’s Swamp Monster event will also feature a pumpkin carving competition, ideal for little spooksters with a creative streak! The competition will give participants the chance to win 4 tickets to the Spotlight Prowl. Carved masterpieces can be dropped off at the Learning Centre from 4-6pm on Friday 27 October 2017 to be judged by the Centennial Park panel.

It’s a day of fun for the whole family! Just take a look at these pictures from last year!




Don’t miss out!

Date: Saturday 28 October 2017

Where: Learning Precinct, Centennial Park

Cost: $20 per child (parents are required to attend with their children but do not require a ticket).

Delicious snacks will be available on the day for purchase.

Don’t forget to book in advance as tickets will sell out. Book now!


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