Halloween activities for kids in Melbourne

Halloween will look a little different this year with trick or treating most likely will be an at-home experience due to covid restrictions. This doesn’t mean that Halloween is cancelled, families can still have a spooky night with these creative ideas. Here are my top picks for Halloween activities for kids in Melbourne during covid.

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Halloween activities for kids in Melbourne
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LEGOLAND Brick-or-Treat Virtual Party

LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre is taking kids on a Brick-or-Treat adventure from the comfort of their own home. Master Model Builder Kieran Jiwa is hosting a virtual Brick-or-Treat party where kids aged 4–12 can dress up in their scariest costume and follow Kieran’s clues to find LEGO® gifts and lollies hidden around their house.

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Halloween activities for kids in Melbourne

Bailey’s Art Club: Spooky Houses

Bailey’s Art Club at Bunjil Place are asking kids to design a spooky house for Halloween. What makes your house super spooky? Who lives in your house? What might happen if someone entered your spooky house? Send a photo of your spooky house design to [email protected] along with your first name and age, by Sunday 25 October 2021 to have your artwork featured on Bailey’s Art.

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Halloween activities for kids in Melbourne

Halloween in Casey

The City of Casey has a huge line up of spooky fun for kids to enjoy at home including Slime making with Tara Rama, Charlie Silly Pants Spooky Adventure, DIY Halloween Costumes with Tara Rama and Best Dressed Competition.

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Halloween activities for kids in Melbourne

Halloween Pumpkin Hunt

Melbourne families are being encouraged to leave a pumpkin in their front window or out the front of their house so kids can go on a Halloween Pumpkin Hunt around their local neighbourhood. Every time kids spot a pumpkin you can hand them a little treat.

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Halloween activities for kids in Melbourne

Spooky Spoonville

Spoonville is transforming into Spooky Spoonville this Halloween. Kids can decorate a wooden spoon with the scariest monster, witch, ghost or creature. There are a number of Spooky Spoonvilles popping up around Melbourne, search for a Spooky Spoonville in your local area.

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Spooky Storytime

Do your kids love a spooky story? Or are you looking for Halloween activities? There are plenty of scary and not so scary Halloween books for sale on Booktopia.

Halloween Movie Night

Grab your popcorn and get cosy for a Halloween movie night with your kids. Here are my top picks of spooky movies for kids of all ages – Coraline (2009), The Addams Family (2019), Coco (2017), Monster House (2006), Goosebumps (2015), Ghostbusters (1984), Gremlins (1984), Casper (1995), Monster House (2006), ET: The Extra-Terrestrial (1982), Hocus Pocus (1993) and Hotel Transylvania (2012).

We try our best to provide accurate information on kid-friendly events around Victoria but do recommend parents check details directly to confirm dates, times, prices as some details may be subject to change.

To ensure a safe Halloween for everyone, remember to follow the current restrictions and health advice from the Victorian Government. Disclosure: the Booktopia links provided in this blog are affiliate links. I will be paid a commission if you use this link to make a purchase

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