We’ve done a round up of the spookily great streets to celebrate Halloween 2023 style in the Eastern Suburbs.
Even though Halloween officially falls on a Tuesday 31 st October there are loads of local events if you
can’t do anything to celebrate it on a school night!
We also encourage that children are supervised when out in the street, respect neighbourhoods in
terms of noise and have fun but be good locals!
Our other tip is be a good neighbour and purchase some bags of lollies if you are walking out with
the kids, this is to help replenish the lollies that local home owners have donated along with their
decorations !

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Best Streets for Trick and Treating
(*Always a guide we cannot guarantee if there are changes as often word of mouth from our local
community of mums!)

William Street is renowned for its Halloween enthusiasm!

Chesterfield Parade

Rose Bay:

Liverpool Street & Murriveri Road


Gumara Road, Hendy Avenue, Rainbow Avenue, Ellen Street, and Dangar Street
Creer Street becomes ‘Creep Street’ as local residents get into the spirit with even changing the
name of their street to capture the Halloween spirit!

Many streets get behind Halloween but notably Rainbow Street between Arden and Mount Street.

Chester Ave
Edgar Street starts from around 5:00pm

Hastings Parade and Avoca Street have been popular for many years for Halloween home

Little Bay:
Esperance Close

Austral Street and Victoria Street , Prince Edward and Raglan Street
Happy Larry’s Pizza Truck down at Malabar Park will also be hosting a special spooky menu and dress
up comp from 3pm – 7.30pm

Harold Street

Lots of streets around Five Ways in Paddington from around 4:00pm