Halloween in Ipswich


Spooky Street Party

There’s plenty of spooktacular activities for adults and the kids to get involved in this October, so get your costumes ready
for some serious scaring!

28th October
Ipswich’s Biggest Halloween Street Party

Cost: Entry is Free
Brisbane Street, Ipswich Central
See details below for the biggest Halloween Street Party Ipswich has ever seen!

Horror on Flinders
28th & 29th October

Zombie Walk and Movie Campout
Cost: $55.00-95.00

310 Mount Flinders Rd, Peak Crossing Halloween is lurking around the corner and with it, everything gory, spooky and downright terrifying. For those who crave a little horror, the Mt Flinders Zombie day walk and movie campout is the perfect opportunity to bust out the fake blood and funny walk. Professional actors and amazing special effects are included and are sure to set the perfect scene.

Halloween Tea Party
31st October

Cost: $10
Fosterland Fairy Dolls (11 Bell Street, Ipswich)
Suitable for all ages.
Creepy and spooky not gory or scary.

An eery fog creeps across the floors and cascades down the front steps to greet you as you enter our Halloween Treat Cafe. Present your ticket to the potion master and collect your Creepy Cupcakes and Potion Lab spiders with extra tricks, like Lollipops and Sour worms. Wear your favourite Costume to be eligible for a costume prize and trick or treat for your goodie bag.

Trick or Treat
31st October:

Cost: Free

If none of these activities tickle your fancy, don your best costume, grab the kids and roam the neighbourhood for some trick or treating fun. Many local community groups on social media often advertise the best trick or treating hotspots, but it’s important to consider this advice from the Queensland Police Service:

Children should be accompanied by a parent at all times (or another responsible witch, ghost or vampire).

Black cats love to slink around, but you should walk, not run, between houses and stick to the footpath rather than the road. Black cats don’t want to be seen, and for good reason, but if you wear black, it will reduce your visibility to passing motorists;

Never enter a stranger’s house, even if they have invited you in after knocking on their door.

Consider joining your friends on your neighbourhood adventure – there is safety in numbers.

Above all, have some horrible fun!