Halloween Celebrations at Coramba

Halloween dress up as the children at Coramba got their ghoul on.


THE Coramba Hotel celebrated Halloween with a festival of activities as children dressed up as witches, ghosts and ghouls in a fully decorated haunted house.

The children enjoyed a spooky kids’ food menu and won prizes galore for best costume, broome races and pass the parcel.

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The Smiley Squad led the children’s entertainment and then put on a fire dancing show to the stunning backdrop of the Coramba Valley.

Events organiser Dan Whiffen said it’s great to see families back having fun.

“There was a great atmosphere and it was lovely to see families enjoying themselves.

“The children really got into the Halloween festivities, it was a lot of fun, we even had a spooky Halloween menu, a haunted house and the fire dancing was a big hit with everyone.

“This is the first of many family friendly events planned for the pub, the next event is our Wood Chopping Competition on 20 November.

“We have Axemen from all over the state competing in eight different classes for a prize pool of $5,000.

“This is a free event, but tickets are needed from https://www.trybooking.com/BUIMY,” said Dan.




The Smiley Squad fire dancing show to the stunning backdrop of the Coramba Valley.

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