• For the kids

    There are Spooks in the Park…again!

Spooks in the Park 2012

Imagine being chased by a ghoul, goaded by a ghost, climbing through a wicked spiders web and following maps to find the clues that lead you to a prize!

Spooks in the Park is back, bigger and better.

On Saturday 26 October, Centennial Park will be overrun by otherworldly creatures. A great Halloween family activity aimed at kids 6-14 years of age.

Zombie Runs, spooky games and every entrant will receive the famous GingerDead Man!

Details

  • Age: For children from 6-14 years
  • Times: Start times are available between 12.00 noon to 6.00 pm
  • Meeting Point/Venue: Start at the  The Learning Centre in the Education Precinct, off Dickens Drive, Centennial Park
  • Price: Only $15 per child or buy 4 tickets for the price of 3 (only $45 for 4 children)
  • Bookings: Buy your tickets online now

What can we expect?

Check out some photos from last year…

On the Halloween trail...

On the Halloween trail…

...were little witches and wizards with costume in full flow.

…were little witches and wizards with costume in full flow.

There was some 'deadly' seating...

There was some ‘deadly’ seating…

...a hairy giant spiders web greeting...

…a hairy giant spiders web greeting…

...and some floating ghoulish heads on show.

…and some floating ghoulish heads on show.

Book your tickets online now.

Spooks in the Park is brought to you through a partnership between Centennial Parklands and Orienteering NSW.

 


 

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