Halloween 2020

In Brisbane & Ipswich

From ghost tours, horror movies, freaky cabarets and last suppers in Dracula-themed dining rooms, some of the best things to do from Brisbane to Ipswich this Halloween:

Take a spooky guided tour through some of Brisbane and Ipswich's most haunted sites this Halloween, from the cities' oldest cemeteries to Brisbane's notorious gaol

Upstairs in one of Brisbane's oldest pubs, enjoy an exclusive 3-course spooky dinner in what feels like Dracula's dining room. Enjoy a cocktail on arrival as the horrible characters from your nightmares see you to your table

Ipswich's famous Halloween Haunt is a drive-by experience this year, instead of the creepy walk-through and maze. So come along and check out the spooktacular displays from your car, from October 28-32, 6-9pm

Brisbane's new luxe paint studio Frida's Sip'n'Paint is hosting two Day of the Dead special Halloween sessions on October 31st - one at 2pm and one at 6.30pm 

This Halloween frightening creatures, ghosts and ghouls are descending on Kurilpa Street, West End. Live music from 6pm, live DJ from 9:30pm till late, prizes for best theme dressed, spookylicious cocktails, trick or treaters welcome

This Halloween Theatreroo presents MACBETH: The Contemporary Rock Opera! A 60 minute pub theatre version of Shakespeare's Macbeth starring some of Queensland's top actors at Montana, West End

Yatala Drive-In is screening 5 movies this Halloween night - family-friendly Hocus Pocus, The Rocky Horror Picture Show and The Conjuring and The Conjuring 2 and The Craft

Roll up, roll up! A brand new 'freaky' cabaret show is in town for Halloween. The Freak Circus invites you to the asylum, where a troupe of local and international human curiosities, sideshow, burlesque and drag performers will drive you mad with excitement

This Halloween get your spooky on until midnight at Seraphim Escape - dress in costume with friends and see if you can escape from one of Queensland’s scariest escape rooms, The Executioner’s Toolshed, which is like being in a real-life horror movie

Top Things To Do In Brisbane This Week

Boho Luxe Market is a fabulous festival-style market at The Old Museum
The Motorcycle: Design, Art, Desire is this summer's must-see exhibit
This exhibition celebrates the achievements of women in the gaming sector
Metro Arts presents its final theatre offering for 2020 in its new West End location
So, you’ve been good this year? Let’s fix that
Eat Street Northshore is re-opening from December 4
Treat yourself and those you love to a handmade gift this Christmas
Brisbane Ballet premieres their upcoming season
Catch all the magic of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol

Tattersall's Thank the Heroes Race Day

Celebrate with friends, thank the Queensland Fire and Emergency Services Heroes and don’t miss a minute of the action
Tattersall's Thanks the Heroes Race Day
A world of fun for the whole family