Ipswich's Biggest Halloween Street Party

28 October 2017 - 

Free Entry

Calling all Spook-seekers!

Come and eat your heart out at Ipswich's Biggest Halloween Street Party when the Central Business District Food Fair tucks line Brisbane Street offering gourmet flavours from around the world, or book a dining experience at one of their delightful restaurants.

Dress up and join in the Super Freaks parade to win super prizes.
Be entertained by freaky roving characters and join in ghoulish games for kids. There are Hell-fire displays, jumping castles, great DJ music, dancing and live entertainment.

Experience Halloween with us at Brisbane Street, Top of Town and d'Arcy Doyle Place, Ipswich.

This family-friendly event will send shivers of delight down your spine!

Event Dates

This event occurs once only on:
28 October 2017

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • Bar
  • Car park
  • Public Telephone
  • Restaurant - Licensed
  • Shop

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

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