• Halloween in Logan
Kids + Family, LeisureOctober 06, 2023 / 14 minute read

Have a shockingly good time in Logan this Halloween

Spooky season is here! And plenty of businesses and homes across the City of Logan are ready to celebrate Halloween in truly terrifying style. 

We’ve listed some of the best events around – and some ideas for staying home for spooky fun too. Are we missing any? Let us know!  

21 October  

DRM Truck & Tunes Halloween movie – Distillery Road Markets, Eagleby 

Get in the spirit and dress up as your favourite ghoulish character and get ready to enjoy a hauntingly good movie, live entertainment, market stalls and mouth-watering food options. 

26 October 

Batty fun for families – Logan West Library 

Meet a special furry visitor from Bat Conservation and Rescue Queensland, learn bat facts and enjoy fun activities. Prizes are available. Bookings are required! 

27 October 

Halloween Disco – Lollipops Playland Springwood 

Games, dancing, ghoulish costumes, scary music and frightening food – what more could you ask for from a Halloween event? Make sure you register!  

Distillery Night – Halloween Karaoke – Distillery Road Markets, Eagleby 

 Belt out your favourite tune with a Halloween-y vibe, dress up, and enjoy! 

RnBFriday – Nino Brown Halloween – Eagle Tavern, Eagleby 

 Enjoy smooth tunes, costumes, great vibes and some spooky sights at the family-friendly Eagle Tavern. 

Halloween Party – Browns Plains Hotel 

Browns Plains Hotel is hosting the ultimate kid-friendly Halloween event. With a best-dressed competition, face painter and trick or treat treasure hunt, it will be ghoulishly good!  

28 October  

Batty Halloween in the park – Doug Larsen Park, Beenleigh 

‘Fly on down’ to Doug Larsen Park with the family in your best spooky costume. Learn about flying foxes and watch them fly out at sunset in search of food. 

There will be lots of free activities, including a best-dressed competition, craft activities and more. Registrations required for all attendees. Places are limited. 

Bethania Halloween Market – Bethania Community Centre 

Activities, music, food stalls and plenty of local sellers – all with a very scary vibe – are on offer at these special markets. 

Halloween Hullabaloo – Underwood Marketplace 

Come dressed in your spooky outfit and join in on some spooktacular fun, including a Halloween trail tour, treat bag, crafts, face painting and more. 

Drop it like it’s Halloween: 90s + 00s RnB Party – Fitzy’s Loganholme 

Combine the best tunes from the golden years of RnB with monstrous outfits and freaky decorations – and you have cast the perfect spell for a great night out. 

Nevermore Academy Halloween messy play – Curious Me, Logan Village 

Tickets on sale Friday 13 October 

Spooky messy fun and craft – unstructured and relaxed, a great way to enjoy the Halloween spirit. 

Flagstone Twilight Halloween Markets – Flagstone State School  

Flagstone State School P&C is working with the Flagstone Community Association and running an evening with great local music, food and market stalls full of trash and treasures, as well as trick or treating in a safe (but scary) environment. 

29 October 

Halloween Family Disco – Greenbank RSL 

Frightful special guests, haunted props, a live DJ and fancy dress are all the perfect ingredients for a fabulous Halloween disco at Greenbank. 

31 October 

Kids Halloween Bash – Jimboomba Tavern 

Get the kids all dressed up and ready for a spooky runway show with prizes for best dressed, lolly bags, a colouring competition and more

Not keen on Halloween? 

Light of the World Festival – Kingston Butter Factory Cultural Precinct

This hugely popular event is family-friendly alternative to traditional Halloween celebrations, featuring entertainment, rides, prizes and more.

Trick or Treating – All over Logan 

Tips for Trick or Treaters 

Some of us love Halloween – and some of us don’t. Make sure the evening is fun for everyone by following these simple tips: 

  • Look for houses with decorations, or at the very least, with the lights on. 
  • Make sure kids are accompanied – and well mannered. 
  • Chat to your neighbours about your plans. 
  • Check local online community groups to see if streets in your area are arranging anything special. 

Staying in instead? Try these ideas: 

Horror movie marathon  

No matter your age, there are scary movies to get you in the Halloween mood.  

For kids: We love this list from Rotten Tomatoes with 36 of the best Halloween movies for kids that will give all the scare without any nightmares.   

The classics: Time Out has compiled this list of the best Halloween movies of all time – everything you need for a scary session.  

Scary bakes   

It’s not all ghosts and gore – one of the best things about Halloween is the chance to get creative with some baking. We love these meringue ghosts, these classic toffee apples, these cats, bats, and witches hats, and these spooky spider cakes – and that’s just for starters! 


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