Bigger and scarier than ever – WA gears up for Halloween

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This witchy trio are all ready for the big night. Photo: Perth Zoo6PR’s Rod Tiley led the charge of those dead-set against Halloween celebrations this year.

On the radio station’s Weekend Wake-up he raged against increasingly popular excuse to dress up and party.

“It’s an American tradition, not Australian, and its all about commercialism anyway,” he said.

Co-host Sue McDougall battled in favour of spooky fun for kids however a quick poll of callers saw a slim majority in favour of party pooper Rod.

But a quick look online shows that Rod and the anti-Halloween mob are fighting a losing battle.

There are kids parties everywhere – and the pubs and clubs are full of ghosts and ghouls too.

Even Perth Zoo is getting in on the action with “Boo at the Zoo” – a busy night combining a monster mash disco, ghost trains and special prizes for the best dressed little monsters.

Among the other big parties are Adventure World’s Fright Night, while crowds of witches and wizards are expected at Ocean keys in Clarkson.

Meanwhile there will be a series of Freaky Friday parties on Saturday afternoon at The Park Centre in Victoria Park, and Melville Plaza.

Or kids can go “trick or treating” at IKEA or Bunnings.

There’s a big Halloween party organised for The Grove in Peppermint Grove while plenty of screams and creepy campfire stories are on offer at Whiteman Park.

Candy Skull horses will take you on a creepy candy wagon tour around Aveley.

​There’ll be plenty of spooks in Hyde Park and at the Artspace in Scarborough.

In fact there’s not a suburb in the state that doesn’t seem to have something organised – and that’s not counting the thousands of kids who will be streaming around the streets trick or treating as soon as darkness falls.

Lock your door Rod – the spooks are coming to get you.

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