THE night is dark and full of terrors at these Mandurah homes this Halloween.
Meet the homeowners and businesses taking scares to the next level.
1. Meadow Springs Asylum
11 Carnoustie Gardens, Meadow Springs
A gold coin donation permits entry to this haunted house.
The Asylum keepers do warn that some rooms are too spooky for children.
2. Lake Valley Manor
101 Lake Valley Drive, Lakelands
Get in early – free lolly bags for the kids mean thousands show up to this house on Halloween night.
3. Deathsville House of Horrors
18 Wilderness Drive, Dawesville.
Entry to this haunted house won’t cost your soul, just a food donation to the homeless. Details here.
4. Deadow Springs
8 Meadow Springs Drive, Meadow Springs.
Entry donations go to the care of Cerberus at K9 Rescue.
5. Mandurah Food Truck Festival (Spooky Edition)
Barracks Lane, Mandurah.
A glow in the dark disco will have kids shaking their bones!
6. Seascapes Children’s Halloween Event
Merlin Street Hall, Falcon.
For $5 a ticket kids get a slice of pizza, drink and a goody bag.
7. Halloween in Golden Bay
26 Mindaroo Crescent, Golden Bay.
This house features an after dark light show.