Wander around one of Sydney’s most haunted sights at the spookiest time of year
While Q Station is now a secluded holiday site, it was once the spot where colonial ships dumped passengers infected with contagious diseases, aka: Quarantine Station. This ghastly history has allegedly produce a choir of phantom figures that shimmer around the grounds, and has made it a prime ghost-hunting location. Q Station hosts ghost tours year-round, but they’re ramping up their search for spectres for Halloween, with a special spooky adventure every evening from October 26-31.
While their ever popular two-and-a-half hour Ghostly Encounter tour will be running each night, there’s new events in the works. On the Extreme Scream tour, your guide – dressed to terrify in a themed costume – will take you through the site’s most haunted buildings for startle scares that’ll jolt fear into supernatural skeptics and true believers. For scares more on par with Scooby-Doo, families with kids aged 5-14 can sign up for the Scream Night Out. You’re encouraged to dress in your Halloween best for both the 90-minute adventures.
Ghost hunters with more of a dark past are invited to the Paranormal Investigation Experience on Halloween night. You’ll be hunting like a pro for three hours with electronic voice phenomenon readers and EMF meters for identifying spirit sightings at this over 18s evening.
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