Spooky milestone for Coal Creek

COAL Creek celebrated its 10th annual Halloween spectacular on Saturday night.

The park was abundant with spooky and scary costumes with more than 4000 people through the gate.

Children were enthralled by Count Von Boogie’s performances, and all three shows were sold out.

There was a great response from children leaving the show with fits of laughter.

The Star Queens were back to mingle with Halloween goers, with many enjoying excellent photo opportunities.

Once again, the dress up competition was a hit with plenty of people keen to be involved.

This year, Coal Creek added another 300 tickets to its trick or treating so there were plenty of opportunities for children to be involved and fill up their buckets with lollies.

The ghost train was once again sold out and highly enjoyed.

A photo booth was a popular attraction this year, and there were more food vans than ever before which elicited a great response.

The bonfire was a crowd favourite and a lot of positive feedback was received by the Coal Creek staff about the amazing decorations right across the park.

Enchanting costumes: from left, Nyora’s Adele Murray and Lily Konyn looked the part at Coal Creek’s Halloween on Saturday night.

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