The spookiest night of the year, Halloween, is fast approaching and Darling Harbour has dastardly plans for the weekend before it arrives!
Wear your spookiest costumes and devour some spooky (but delicious) eats at your favourite Darling Harbour restaurants.
Don't let the fa-boo-lous fun stop there! Keep the party going with plenty of exciting events happening all around the harbour from sun-up to moonlight.
To really get into the spirit, (pun 100% intended) have a read of these historic scary stories of Darling Harbour while you're walking around the precinct - if you dare!
You don’t want to find out what the trick is so you better stock up on treats! Get the trick-or-treaters the good stuff and indulge your own sweet fang this Halloween with a trip to the Love Bomb Candy store which have a huge range of American candy from Milk Duds to Tootsie Rolls or the British Lolly Shop who've got all the classics from Curly Wurlys to Wine Gums and jumbo Coke bottles.
Darling Harbour’s most gruesome historic horror stories
Looking for some spooky stories to tell to scare the bejeezus out of your friends out on Halloween night?
We searched historic newspapers to bring you 8 of Darling Harbour’s most gruesome historic stories and the familiar locations where they happened. If you're feeling particularly brave this Halloween, bring a torch and your wits and visit these sites to see if you can spot any of the ghostly spirits passed!
WARNING: before you read on, know that these tales feature death and dismemberment. They are not for the faint-of-heart!