Manly Harbour Village is staging a must-not-miss Halloween Street Party for families on Saturday, the 26th of Oct 2019. The event promises to deliver over 13 hours of fun, thrills and chills that every family member will enjoy.

Come dressed in your most innovative and creative costume by 1:00 p.m. as Manly Harbour Village kicks off the Halloween Street Party with heaps of entertainment at the main stage. School and community bands will take their turns performing, whilst free activities for kids and adults by the Little Bayside Park, such as fencing lessons and sand-sculpting workshops, will run throughout the day. 

Visitors may also enjoy the rides and games that will surely elicit some squeals and screams. Get the chance to win exciting prizes from the following competitions: 

Manly Deck Best Dressed Competition
Pumpkin Pie Eating  
Manly Village IGA Pumpkin Carving
Move Podiatry Best Dressed Business
Scratch and Win with the Manly Harbour Village App
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Interesting programs to leave visitors gawking will also be taking place over at the waterfront. There will be an on-water stage for model yacht displays, jet aerobatic demonstrations and racing competitions. 

By 6:00 p.m. the Halloween Street Parade will kick off the activities for the rest of the night.  If you would like to join the parade, look for the marshals at Richard Russell Park by 5:15 p.m.

After the parade, families can look forward to a movie in the park, as well as the fire, sound and light display on the main stage. 

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This event is alcohol-free whilst dogs on a leash are welcome to join their family.

Manly Harbour Village and Harbourside Eat Street food traders will be serving a variety of street food, sausages, pretzels, calamari, barbecues, beer-battered chips, sushi and Japanese food, and french crepes. Vegetarian and vegan choices will also be available. 

“We are very proud to deliver the Halloween Street Party as a FREE, family-friendly event. With so many free entertainment options (including sand sculpting workshops, model boat racing, Street Parade and Movies in the Park), people can bring a picnic and enjoy a great, low-cost day out. Of course, there are paid rides and food,” organisers from Manly Harbour Village stated.