Frightfully Fun! Halloween at Gold Coast Theme Parks

Frightfully Fun! Halloween at Gold Coast Theme Parks

07 Oct 2022

Halloween is creeping up (pun intended) already and what better way to celebrate this spooky fun-filled occasion than at Gold Coast theme park? Here are some of the best Gold Coast Halloween events for amping up the scare factor during the day or after dark…

Fright Nights at Warner Bros. Movie World

Evil returns to Warner Bros. Movie World with a frightening series of Halloween-themed nights. These events are so scary they’re for those over 14 years old only, so leave the tiny tots at home. The park transforms into a horror show for Fright Nights -  you'll find five freaky mazes, panic rooms and a nightmare cast of freaks, fiends, zombies and killer clowns roaming the park’s precincts. It’s all happening every Friday and Saturday night throughout the month of October from 6-11pm. Get ready for a devilishly good time filled with crazy rides, wild costumes and lots of sweet, sweet candy treats to eat.
When: Friday & Saturday nights October 1st – 29th
Where: Pacific Mwy, Oxenford 

Happy Halloween at Dreamworld

The Dreamworld Halloween nights always prove popular for those looking for a fam-tastic time. There’s free trick or treating throughout the park, spooky photos ops, rides at night and Halloween inspired treat from food outlets. Check out Count Kenny's Mystery Mansion and the Haunted Hay Maze or even enter Belinda's Boo-tiful Costume Competition and win a prize. There are also nocturnal wildlife encounters happening- which are fun and not frightful for the youngsters. Travelling with a group of 4 or more? Discounted tickets are on offer for $45 bucks a pop. You better hurry though as tickets for this spooktacular Gold Coast event are selling quick. 
When: Friday & Saturday nights from October 15th – 29th
Where: Dreamworld Pkwy, Coomera

Spooky Nights at Sea World

There’s spooktivities galore on at Sea World this October during the park's Spooky Nights events. Be dazzled by the Monster Mayhem Lightshow, bust a move on the Ghostly Groove Dance Floor and adventure through six spooky precincts collecting Tricks’n’Treasures mapped out along the way. There’ll be all sorts of creepy characters entertaining the kids and keep in mind that all your favourite Sea World rides and exhibits are included with entry too. These spellbinding experiences are selling fast so get your tickets quick. (One free entry included with Village Roadshow Locals One Pass.)
When: Friday & Saturday nights October 8th – 29th
Where: Seaworld Dr, Main Beach

Festevil at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary

It’s time to sink your fangs into some delish Halloween treats and visit the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary for a frightfully good time. There’s plenty of after dark fun on offer at the annual Festevil if you dare to enter the lair. These events are aimed at little monsters aged 3-13. Featuring devilish street performers and a spooky disco to get the party started. Visitors are welcome to ride the ghost train, interact with roaming animals, explore the haunted house and more. Get dressed up in scary costumes and get amongst it!
When: October 27th, 28th and 29th 
Where: 28 Tomewin St, Currumbin

These events are always very popular and often sell out, so get your tickets ASAP for a ghoulishly good time in October. Keen to discover what else is on in the coming months? Check out Wrap Up 2022 With These Epic Gold Coast Events.

Roxanne Andrews
Roxanne Andrews

Roxanne Andrews is a professional journalist, skilled interviewer and freelance editor born and raised in Queensland. She enjoys researching and writing about domestic and international travel with a focus on sports tourism, the luxury sector, health and wellness and all things cuisine.


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