Many thanks to The Gold Coast Bulletin, journo, Andrew Potts & photographer, Jerad Williams!
Reporter story… – https://www.goldcoastbulletin.com.au/news/gold-coast/surfers-paradise-zombie-walk-2018-gold-coast-bulletin-reporter-andrew-potts-dresses-as-the-undead/news-story/24dc611e40ffd23b51ce720eadc0777a
Surfers Paradise Fest-Evil
Surfers Paradise Fest-Evil is a new three-day Halloween inspired event bringing with it a graveyard full of fun activities for all ages. From face painting to horror make up workshops, spontaneous ‘freak show’ dance routines, costume competitions, games and 18+ ‘after hours’ events, this is a nightmare you won’t want to forget!
The weekend will culminate with the official Surfers Paradise Zombie Walk, attracting thousands of zombies, ghosts and ghouls to stagger through the streets of Surfers Paradise. Formerly held in Brisbane and a notoriously popular event in Melbourne and Sydney, the Zombie Walk will be a truly unique and spooky spectacle.
Surfers Paradise Fest-Evil will have package options available and will encompass an assortment of free and ticketed events. Surfers Paradise Zombie Walk is a ticketed event that participants must register and pay for.
Each year Zombie Walks are held in several cities and towns around Australia. We are proud to be supporting the Brain Foundation in 2018 with the inaugural Zombie Walk in Surfers Paradise. In 2016, the Brisbane Zombie Walk raised over $35,000 for the Brain Foundation and had over 18,000 participants. The Brain Foundation is a nationally registered charity dedicated to funding world-class research Australia-Wide into neurological disorders, brain disease and brain injuries.
Get all the ghoulish updates on this page! More to be announced soon!
- Date: 26 – 28 October 2018
- Price: FREE & ticketed events
- Address: Surfers Paradise
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Full report by Tom Higgins – @tfhiggins – www.tfhiggins.com
Not hampered by the heat of a sunny Spring day, over 10,000 undead participants stumbled and staggered their way through Victoria Park in Spring Hill for the annual the Brisbane Zombie Walk, last Sunday, in aid of the Brain Foundation.
Anyone caught taking a casual Sunday stroll though the park were overwhelmed with the sheer amount of (fake) blood, gore-geous costumes, bone-chilling screams, and a whole lot of fun, as the hoard meandered through the new route. Continue reading “The World Through the Undead Eyes of a Tv Host Zombie – Brisbane Zombie Walk 2012”