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How are you spending the spookiest day of the year?

Last year we went “trick or treating” with Benji the lion, this year, with the world in lock down, it may have to be a little different…

So, if you’re still looking for something to do this weekend, here are some ideas to safely celebrate Halloween with your kids and family! πŸ˜‰

Β Visit Pingle’s Harvest Festival

This is the first-ever Pingle’s Harvest Festival! You can spend the day navigating through their Pirate Ship Corn Maze, have some fun in their Playland, take in the farm views & fresh country air on a wagon ride, pick-your-own delicious apples in their apple orchard and top off your day with some yummy savoury & sweet food & drinks!

Saturdays & Sundays, 9:30am – 4:00pm (last entry), farm closes at 6.

You can get your tickets and find more farm-tastic events on their website (click here)

Pumpkins After Dark Drive Thru

This a Covid-safe 2.5 km guided audio drive thru at the scenic Country Heritage Park in Milton, with dozens of new exhibits and over 150 pumpkin sculptures. Tickets are only available online (click here)

 

NEW Corn Maze at Buzzing Bees Adventure Farm

If it wasn’t clear, we love corn mazes!

If you’re like us, then you may want to check out this 9 acre corn maze, with the traditional β€œfind your way out” path or solve the mystery of who stole the Halloween Candy.

The best part? Family fun for only $5, children under 24 month are free!

And don’t forget to try their pedal karts, pumpkin bowling, farm hoppers, rope maze and elastic band shooting range!

Open Saturday & Sunday: September 19th till October 31st
Saturday & Sunday: 10:00am to 6:00pm (last entry at 5:00)

Get your tickets here

 

Halloween Nights of Lights

Who doesn’t like to look at a colourful game of lights?

This immersive drive-thru experience is like none other! More than 700,000 LED lights animated and synchronized to your favourite Halloween tunes will blow your mind!

Bring your little ones and let them be amazed by this must-see event of the Fall season! And don’t forget to turn up the volume because this dazzling light display only happens once a year.

Select Nights from October 1st to November 4th from their website here.

 

Let us know if you decide to try one (or all) of the suggested events – We’d love to see some pictures and know your experience!

Happy Halloween everyone!!!

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