Centennial Park - Swamp Monsters, 9am to 4.30pm, $20
Sydney’s biggest, most exciting kids’ Halloween adventure, Swamp Monsters, is back and better than ever Centennial Park. Get into your favourite spooky costume for a fun day of exciting new ghostly games, puzzles and tricks as you make your way through our course to be rewarded with treats – just watch out for the mad scientist and witch on your way!
A pumpkin carving competition will be an extra special addition for little spook-sters who are more creative at heart. Just drop off your carved masterpiece at the Learning Centre from 4pm to 6pm on Friday 27 October 2017 for a chance to win 4 tickets to the Spotlight Prowl.
It’s a family friendly day in a slightly scary setting!
- Show your online ticket on the day to receive your Trail Map. Tickets can be shown on mobile devices or printed out.
- Event will go ahead in all weather so please come prepared. No refunds will be given.
- Children must be accompanied by an adult. Adults do not require a ticket
- One Trail Map per ticket and all participating children require their own trail map.
- Free parking is available in Centennial Park
- Coffee, ice cream and small snacks will be available for purchase from food vans.
For more info, check out the official website here
When: Saturday 28 October 2017
9am to 4.30pm
Start times are available every 15 minutes between 9.00 am to 12.00 noon and 1.30 pm to 4.30 pm
Age: 4-12 years
Cost: $20 per child (including booking fees). Essential to book online.
Where: Start at the Learning Centre, Education Precinct, Dickens Drive, Centennial Parklands, NSW 2204
Parking: In Centennial Park
- always park in designated parking areas - front first along Grand Drive's parking bays
- be aware of the timed parking zones at specific points, particularly around main entry gates
- always be aware of pedestrians, cyclists, horses and dogs - and especially the presence of small children
- never park - or even stop temporarily - in the cycle lane on the left side of Grand Drive
- be aware that Banksia Way - adjacent to Centennial Parklands Dining - is now a shared zone with no general visitor parking available