Spooks in the Park 2015


Be very, very careful. It's Spook season!

Hyde Park will be over run with ghosts, goblins and ghouls on Saturday 31 October 2015 for our very first Spooks in the Park, a popular Halloween event in Perth. Follow a map to find lots of ghostly games to play including a Zombie Run, the Dreaded Spiders Web and the Spooky grove. Every spook will take home their very own show bag containing an assortment of spooky things! Starting out from the main Gazebo at Hyde Park this event is ideal for 6-12 year olds! Under 5's are free but must notify OWA of their attendance beforehand.

Entry is $5.50 per little monster!

To enter click here.

 So what to expect? Come to the park 10 minutes before your start wave all dressed up for a spooky time in the park. You don't have to dress up but it is more fun that way! Your little monsters, ghouls and ghosts require at least one parent or guardian with them during the days activities. You will all be given a map to help you get from one game to the next. Expect to play some fun games such as Skull Coconut Shy and Monster Mash, there will be a Zombie run as well!

For every game you complete you get a special punch on your map. Once you have played each game you can finish and receive your Halloween goody-bag!

Please note there is very limited parking near Hyde park. We reccommend to take public transport or park in the city and walk in to Hyde Park.

Don't forget to take photos on the day and upload them to our Facebook page! You can even hashtag #SpooksinthePark! We are proudly sponsored by A Moment in Focus Photography (AMIFocus) who will be taking professional photos throughout the day! So check out their Facebook page too for photos!

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OWA Sponsors

Australian Sports Commission
Department of Local Government,Sport and Cultural Industries

Acknowledgement of country

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Orienteering WA acknowledges the Noongar people, the Traditional and continuing Custodians of the land on which we gather to enjoy our sport, and pay our respects to Elders past and present.